The Spectator

Students Propose Gender Inclusive Housing Policy

Hunter Uechi, Author

May 24, 2018

“There is this whole extra obstacle that comes with being trans when you come to Seattle University. Trans students don’t get to have that Seattle University experience because they don’t have a safe and supportive place to live,” third year Ann Marie Zocchi said about the absence of Gender Inclusive Housing. Zocchi serves as one of the representa...

Visualizing the Invisible: How SU Engages the Homeless

Bailee Clark, Author

March 1, 2018

When walking past a bike rack, most people assume that it was put there in order for cyclists to stow their bikes. Unfortunately, this is not always the case. Sometimes, that bike rack was installed to prevent groups seen as “undesirable” by businesses and city governments from sleeping or congregating in the area. This is known as hostile architecture,...


Seattle Newspaper Downsizes to Community Weekly

November 1, 2017

The Seattle Weekly was unique in the way it looked as a newspaper: magazine style illustrations, a table of contents and comics. I...

Op-Ed: What Sort of Community Is Seattle University?

Volunteer Writers, Author

October 12, 2016

I write this from a place of raw emotion in response to Seattle University President Fr. Stephen Sundborg’s announcement that the University is continuing its anti-union fight by refusing to bargain with non-tenure track (NTT) faculty. As The Spectator reported just two days before the President’s announcement, NTT faculty voted to join the Service...

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