The Spectator

A New Direction For the Museum of Pop Culture

May 15, 2019

The Museum of Pop Culture (MoPOP) is known best for its exhibits regarding the musical and fantastical. People come from all over...

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Seattle U Expands Engineering Department With New Major and Minor

May 1, 2019

SSeattle University’s College of Science and Engineering will be adding two new undergraduate degrees in the fall of 2019—a...

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Full & Bright Futures in Store For Seattle U Fulbright Scholars

May 1, 2019

This year, a handful of students and alumni, through their hard work and dedication, have received the Fulbright Scholarship which...

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Exploring Racism in Algorithms and Tech

May 1, 2019

For some, it can be hard to grasp the idea that automated technology and algorithms can be racist. On Apr 29, the Critical Platform...

People of many different backgrounds can enjoy the ice cream, atmosphere, and games at Full Tilt Ice Cream.

Get Your Game On at the Best Pinball Spots in Seattle

April 24, 2019

Seattle is home to a multitude of unique game lounges and arcades that are packed with not just the classic pinball, but also pinb...

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Soak Up the Sun On Seattle’s Best Bar Patios

April 10, 2019

At long last, spring quarter is here. Classes seem more cheerful, plants and trees are in bloom, and the sun is returning to warm...

Bulgogi, marinated beef, from Bonchon, a restaurant known for selling traditional Korean food at fair prices.

BONCHON: WINNER, WINNER, PRETTY GOOD CHICKEN DINNER

April 10, 2019

Bonchon is finally open in Seattle, and everyone with an Instagram account is there. Well, not really, but while you are waiting...

“Think Before You Throw”: Seattle Us’s Continued Progress Towards Clean Recycling

March 7, 2019

Michelle Newblom co-wrote this article. After failing a campus-wide recycling audit, Seattle University sent out a mass email...

Indigenous People’s Institute Brings Elder to Guide Community

Bailee Clark, Author

March 7, 2019

Upon entering the Indigenous People’s Institute, on the first floor of Xavier Hall with a door marked by a bust of Chief Seattle just outside, Program Coordinator Diane Tomhave greets visitors in a warm and inviting office. When they look around, they see a room covered in art created by native people, filled with several comfortable couches, and decora...

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Rejected Applications Bring Over $100,000 to Seattle University

March 7, 2019

Seattle University made $447,755 off of the total number of applications in 2018 but where does this money go? The college a...

Outgoing CFO Celebrates Time, Expresses Divestment Regrets

Josh Merchant, Investigative Editor

March 7, 2019

Seven years ago, as Executive Vice President Tim Leary was considering Connie Kanter for the job as Chief Finance Officer, he wanted to know what kind of experience she had in higher education. And speaking about herself, Kanter said she quite frankly didn’t have any. “[I have an] incredible appreciation that the university took a chance on ...

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Contracted Construction Company Embraces Sustainability at SU

March 7, 2019

Seattle University has chosen Skanska as the general contractor handle to demolition the University Services Building and later bui...

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