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SU President Defends Decision to Remove Planned Parenthood Reference from Website

October 6, 2019

Seattle University President Fr. Stephen V. Sundborg, S.J. is defending the decision to remove Planned Parenthood as a listed student resource, in an email statement received by The Spectator on Oct. 4.

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Seattle U Decides to Remove Planned Parenthood from Student Resources List

October 3, 2019

Faculty, staff and students are criticizing the decision by Seattle University to remove Planned Parenthood as a student resource from the university’s website following a request by a national pro-life group.

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Seattle U’s Own Peter Parker Steps Up as Editor-in-Chief

June 5, 2019

Jake Gyllenhaal, baseball and politics are a few of Alec Downing’s favorite things. With interests spanning from arts &...

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Students and Staff on Moving Forward with Chartwells

June 5, 2019

Amid a myriad of allegations, Chartwells and Seattle University are looking at plans for how to move forward with their partnership—but...

ELISE WANG • THE SPECTATOR

Womxn Changemakers on Intersectional Advocacy at the Riveter

June 5, 2019

The sun set as six women panelists’ voices rose over the attending crowd at The Riveter, Capitol Hill’s female- owned and...

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Social Professor Speaks with Naef Scholars on Activism

June 5, 2019

Associate Professor of Sociology at Seattle University Rachel Luft hosted an event in which she spoke about her experience with...

Faculty Gets a Salary Bump as Lack of Transparency Continues

June 5, 2019

As a private university, Seattle University is not required to release any information on faculty pay rates. Through the work...

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Honorary Degrees Come in Threes: Recipients Granted Recognition

June 5, 2019

Like many universities, Seattle University chooses prestigious individuals to receive an honorary degree each year at graduation. Though...

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Contradicting Accounts Arise Amongst Chartwells Management and Employees

May 29, 2019

In recent months, workers have made allegations of food safety issues and workers’ rights violations against Seattle University’s curre...

JOSHUA SCOGGIN • THE SPECTATOR

Interfaith Fair Provides Open Space for Communities of Faith

May 29, 2019

Under a warm afternoon sun, Seattle University’s Campus Ministry held the first Interfaith Fair. On May 23, students and staff...

JAVIER PLASCENCIA • THE SPECTATOR

Greater Seattle: A City in Transformation or a Liberal Façade?

May 29, 2019

Seattle is a city that broadcasts its ability to be diverse, geographically unique, and welcoming. It is this liberal façade...

Journalists Discuss Misconceptions of Domestic Violence

May 29, 2019

Domestic violence is among the darkest of clouds over American society. Its damage is both mental and physical, and it can affect...

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