The Spectator

Putting the School Year to rest and Students to the Test

Jacqueline Lewis, Arts and Entertainment Editor

June 10, 2018

With the combination of fresh sunshine, new Netflix seasons, and seemingly every artist ever dropping an album, the temptation to avoid school responsibilities is heightened as the days left in the quarter decrease. With the end of the school year looming just a week away, the spring quarter “dead week” packs an extra-stressful punch. Redhawks are not lef...

Seattle University’s Systemic Support of Sexual Abuse

Seattle University’s Systemic Support of Sexual Abuse

June 7, 2018

  Skeletons In The Closet There are few things I find more ironic than the university’s decision to rename the Connolly...

Ballerina Graduate: Leta Biasucci Ends Six Years at SU

Arielle Wiggin, Author

May 24, 2018

Leta Biasucci is graduating after six years as a Seattle University student. Non-traditional college paths are not unusual, and quite a few Seattle U students balance their education with a job or two. However, Biasucci has balanced her education with a particularly unique job–she’s a soloist at the Pacific Northwest Ballet (PNB). Biasucci joined ...

Rejoicing in Differences with Muslim Student Association

Sofía Muro-Wells, Managing Editor

April 25, 2018

Campion Ballroom was buzzing the evening of April 20 as Seattle University students and community members gathered to share in the celebration of Islam at the Muslim Student Association’s (MSA) signature event, Rejoice. Junior Cell and Molecular Biology major Salma Ramadan was a part of the group that started Rejoice. She and others on campus saw th...

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