The Spectator

New York Times journalists and co-authors of “She Said” Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey visited Benaroya Hall on Jan. 29 to discuss their experiences covering women’s issues and sexual assault.

Powerful Stories of Journalism, and the #Metoo Movement

February 5, 2020

Journalism in the 21st century has forever changed with the popularization and resurfacing of the #MeToo movement, inspired by...


Take Back the Night: Campus Events Promote Sexual Assault Awareness Month

April 24, 2019

Take Back the Night (TBTN) has been an annual event at Seattle University every April, and this year continued to be a supportive...


KUOW Journalist Discusses Sexual Abuse Coverage in #MeToo Era

March 7, 2019

On Feb. 26 Seattle University invited Sydney Brownstone to the Campion Ballroom to talk about her career as a journalist for ...


Controversial Chuck Close Self-Portrait to Remain in Storage

February 13, 2019

Seattle University is still in possession of one the most contentious pieces of American art in recent months—but it’s not...


Movements Toward Unification of SU’s Sexual Assault Resources

October 18, 2018

In the wake of the #MeToo movement, Kavanaugh’s nomination, and an increase in mainstream exposure of sexual assault, many Seattle ...

Is Time Up at the Oscars?

Rachel Larson, Author

March 7, 2018

The Oscars are, for many, the biggest night in film. On Sunday night, those in the entertainment industry gathered in Los Angeles to celebrate this year in film. At home, my friends and I waited to see how Hollywood and the Oscars would address the #MeToo movement and its impacts on the entertainment industry. For us, the show had a disappointing end. Celebrating...

Allegations Emerge: Facing the Realities of Sexual Misconduct

November 15, 2017

Harvey Weinstein, Ben Affleck, James Toback, Kevin Spacey, George H.W. Bush, Andy Dick, Terry Richardson, Ed Westwick and Louis C.K...

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