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A photo provided by Brian Baird of the group of students, he alleges some of them yelled at the University of Washington goalie.

Seattle U Students Accused of Yelling Racist, Sexist Remarks at UW Soccer Player During NCAA Tournament

November 21, 2019

A group of Seattle University students were allegedly heard shouting sexist and racist jeers at a University of Washington (UW)...

CONNOR MERRION • THE SPECTATOR

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...

JP HILL • THE SPECTATOR

Stacey Abrams Talks Personal Life, Politics & Voter Supression

May 1, 2019

Georgia’s Democratic candidate in the 2018 election for governor, Stacey Abrams, came to Seattle on April 25 and was greeted...

JP HILL • THE SPECTATOR

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...

TARYN OKAMOTO • THE SPECTATOR

Nicaraguan Refugees Voice Their Concerns at UW

April 24, 2019

It’s been a year since the political situation in Nicaragua hit a critical low with the Ortega regime. To commemorate this and...

“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...

Muhammad Ali—An Evening Of Hip Hop Featuring Jahi Of P.E 2.0

January 30, 2019

Presenting at the Northwest African American Museum this past weekend, Oakland rapper Jahi presented a powerful show that explored...

Lone South American migrant walking along the dry Tijuana waterbed, a few feet away from the United States border.

Disgusted but Not Surprised: An Attack on Asylum Seekers by the Trump Administration

November 28, 2018

United States President Donald Trump said that military officials should treat rocks thrown by asylum seekers as a “firearm...

ELISE WANG • THE SPECTATOR

Seattle Walks Its Streets for Freedom from Trafficking

October 24, 2018

“Human trafficking is the fastest growing crime. Over 27 million people are trapped in slavery. Human trafficking generates an ...

GRIFFIN LEEMON • THE SPECTATOR

Doctors Without Borders Simulates Refugee Experience

October 11, 2017

Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), also known as Doctors Without Borders, was founded in 1971 by a group of French doctors and j...

An Aztec dancer standing in front of a statue of Sealth, the Chief of the Suquamish and Duwamish after whom the city of Seattle is named.

Peace and Protest on May Day

May 3, 2017

Thousands took to the streets on Monday in one of Seattle’s most peaceful May Day protests ever. Various groups marched through...

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