Students, Faculty Keep Unionization Fight Alive

Members of the Seattle University community marched alongside each other earlier this week, signs in hand, to protest the administration’s ongoing fight against faculty unionization. The demonstration began in the Lemieux Library Plaza, where sophomore Wendall Tseng, history professor Theresa Earenfight and adjunct faculty member Ben Stork spoke to the crowd about the “hypocrisy” of […]

City Approves Budget for More Affordable Housing

The Seattle City Council voted “Yes” on Wednesday, Nov. 16 to add an additional $29 million to the 2017-18 Seattle budget—money that will help fund affordable housing. The decision is considered a victory for those facing gentrification and homelessness, but councilmember Kshama Sawant, along with the affordable housing coalition and some community members, say it […]

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Eyes on the Shore Releases Shimmering EP

With their newest EP, Maestranza, Eyes on the Shore brought shimmering, psychedelic tones to their surfer-rock style. The San Francisco-based band dropped the collection of five tracks November 18th after releasing the first four tracks as singles over the past few months. Maestranza (which roughly translates from Spanish to “master”) builds upon the rock-and- roll […]



Top College Football Teams Fight for Glory

With rivalry week in the rearview and the playoffs looming in the near future, it’s time to take a look at where the top teams stand in college football. CECI ESTELA • THE SPECTATOR The Game The biggest game of rivalry week was the annual clash between Ohio State and Michigan, two of the top […]

Women’s Basketball Picks up First Win

“It’s a chess match, I thought all night long, between the two coaches,” said Seattle University Women’s Basketball Head Coach Suzy Barcomb, referring to Bonnie Henrickson, University of California, Santa Barbara Women’s Basketball head coach and herself. KYLE KOTANI • THE SPECTATOR #15 Kamira Sanders drives and draws the foul. On Friday, Nov. 18, Seattle […]


A Word From a Millenial

It’s Generation X vs. the Millenials. The dinosaurs vs. the robots. Running into battle with cell phones and pagers in hand, our words are our weapons, the social media our battlefield. As millenials pull up their twitters and fire away hashtags, generation X busies themselves with wondering where the slide out keyboard is on their […]

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