The Spectator

Love and Information: A Student-Directed Show

May 15, 2019

Seattle University’s theatre department puts on a wide variety of unique shows during the course of the school year, but one...

VANESSA BRIMHALL • THE SPECTATOR

Fragments Calls on Student Body for Submissions

January 24, 2018

Fragments Literary and Visual Arts Magazine may be Seattle University’s oldest club on campus, but for artistic members of the...

JESSICA DOMINGO • THE SPECTATOR

“Rebrand” Puts a Twist on New Fashion

May 17, 2017

Seattle University’s Fashion Club brought a unique spin to fashion in their 10th annual fashion show. In previous years, the...

SU Professor Sharon Cumberland Publishes Poem Collection

May 10, 2017

The English department at Seattle University, which prepares and encourages students to publish their written works, recently...

SEAC Helps Students Get to Comic Con for Free

Carlos Cervantes, Author

March 8, 2017

Every March, there comes a time where the downtown area has heavier traffic than usual. Zombies, superheroes, and all manner of other characters become a common sight on the streets. The occasion is, of course, Emerald City Comic Con, which is celebrating its 15th consecutive year as one of Seattle’s biggest pop culture celebrations. Over 80,000...

‘I’m Married to Poetry,’ Fr. Sundborg Says

February 15, 2017

Early each morning, a man wakes up, sits in a chair in his bedroom, sips a cup of coffee and reads a sampling of poetry for 15...

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