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President Sundborg Addresses Divestment at SSA Event

March 8, 2017

As environmentalists continue to fight the Direct Access Pipeline in North Dakota, the movement has been mirrored on campus by...

JESSICA DOMINGO • THE SPECTATOR

SU’s Campus Sustainability: A Shared Goals and Responsibility

February 22, 2017

If you remember the Garbology event from two weeks ago, it’s probably because you noticed a mountain of trash piled in front...

JESSICA DOMINGO • THE SPECTATOR

Recyclemania Cleans Up Seattle U Campus

February 15, 2017

On a wet day in front of the Lemieux Library and McGoldrick Learning Commons, students donned rubber gloves and rain coats to...

VIA AMAZON

Review Of “While Glaciers Slept,” a Story of Climate Change

February 8, 2017

On Thursday, Feb. 2, Seattle’s town hall held a program that changed the direction of climate change, and the voice that carries...

CARLOS CERVANTES • THE SPECTATOR

Seattle City Council Makes Its Move Against DAPL

February 8, 2017

Downtown Seattle awoke to chanting on the morning of February 1. “No coal, no oil, we want our money back!” and other man...

NICK TURNER • THE SPECTATOR

Northwest Youth Demand Climate Action

November 30, 2016

A group of 21 youth plaintiffs from the non-profit law firm Our Children’s Trust issued a lawsuit against the federal government...

ANNIE CHANG • THE SPECTATOR

Seattle Shows Support for Dakota Access Pipeline

November 9, 2016

As we work our way through fall and the presidential election has finally come to an end, it seems one issue is far from resolved....

CAROLINE FERGUSON • THE SPECTATOR

The Good, the Bad, the Compostable

November 2, 2016

School cafeterias feed thousands of students everyday; Seattle University’s Cherry Street Market is no different. Students hurry...

EMILY MOZZONE • THE SPECTATOR

Salmon Give New Life to Elwha River

October 26, 2016

Often we think nature is weak, that the damage we’ve caused is irreversible, but scientists are optimistic after salmon were...

CECI ESTELA • THE SPECTATOR

Nation’s First Carbon Tax on Washington Ballot

October 12, 2016

No state in this country has a tax on carbon emissions. That might change in November if Washington state voters approve Initiative...

NICK TURNER • the spectator

Break Free: Student Protesters in Anacortes

May 18, 2016

NICK TURNER • the spectatorSeattle U students waited with their arms locked together, waiting for state troopers to make the next mo...

Ecuador and Japan Recover After Devastating Quakes

Vikki Avancena, Author

May 4, 2016

“There is nothing natural about the aftermath of a natural disaster,” sophomore Kami Chan said. “There is no mercy when it destroys everything in its path.” On the evening of Saturday, April 16, an earthquake of magnitude 7.8 devastated Ecuador. The catastrophe demolished many coastal towns, killing 654 people and forcing more than 26,000...

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