The Spectator

Everything is Pumpkin and Nothing Hurts

Caroline Ferguson, Author

September 25, 2013

Pumpkin is one sneaky gourd. It enters our lives innocuously, a giant slime-filled thing that shows up on the kitchen table once a year, to be carved and kept until rotting. But eaten? Never. Perish the thought. That is, until you look around one fall day and realize: pumpkin is everywhere. The collective obsession with it seems to reach a greater...

Cabaret Kicks off Exciting Year for Freshmen

Alaina Bever, Author

September 24, 2013

If there’s one thing Seattle University students take seriously, it’s our Redhawk pride. This past Saturday, September 21, this school pride took center stage during Welcome Week at the Orientation Advisers (OA) Cabaret, an annual event hosted by the OAs. Performed in Campion Ballroom, the Cabaret serves as both a welcome event for the freshman...

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