The Spectator

Reclaiming “Disabled” through Visibility and Allyship

Jacqueline Lewis, Arts and Entertainment Editor

May 10, 2018

When language is utilized as a means to construct identity, highlighting what words give certain groups power of agency over another is important, especially when discussing stigma on the Seattle University campus. The “Disabled and Proud” photo campaign is an effort by Students for Disability Justice (SDJ) to engage the community and think critica...

Seattle U Digital Design Professor isn’t “Phoney”

Anna Kaplan, Author

April 19, 2018

“I joke about it with other people, I don’t want to be phoney,” Alexander Mouton, Associate Professor of Digital Design said to me with a smile in his office. On the table next to him was a device that many college students have either forgotten about or poke fun at: a black flip phone (circa the early 2000s). While many of us are falling in...

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