The Spectator

“Death by 1,000 Cuts”: The Pervasive Effects of Microaggressions At Seattle U

November 13, 2019

“The dirty looks on this campus are just—man, I’d be rich if I had a quarter for every single one of them,” Political...

HuiLing Yang, Seattle U graduate alumna.

Former Student Demands Accountability After Alleged Mishandling of Discrimination Case

October 31, 2019

When former Seattle University graduate student HuiLing Yang filed a report against her professor alleging harassment in the classroom...

Adversity in the Workplace: Narratives from the Black and Brown Panel

Rania Kaur, Author

March 1, 2018

People carry many prejudices, and with that, many ways to justify discrimination. The most visible are race, religion, gender, age and whether or not someone is able- bodied. In terms of race, nearly half of the population of the United States is made up of minorities, and that number is steadily increasing. Those minorities often suffer from racism...

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