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Pocket Points Helps Your Grades and Your Wallet

What if I said that you and other students could literally earn money by downloading an app and then letting it sit there? Pretty cool, right? What if I said that you could develop better study habits and be more focused in your everyday life, also without any work? Well, then you would understandably start […]

Critic’s Corner: “Alien: Covenant” Delivers on Suspense

The original “Alien” film was a sci-fi and horror staple that has remained in popular culture for several subsequent decades. Despite of the commercial and critical success of the first two films, the franchise has experienced its fair share of failures, as “Alien 3” and “Alien: Resurrection” both suffered from over-involvement on the part of […]

Features

Quadstock Recap: Good Tunes in the Sun

Temperatures climbed to a high of 71 degrees this past Saturday, just in time for Seattle University’s annual Quadstock concert. The 28th annual Quadstock was a time for students to dance, sing and bask in the precious Seattle sunlight. The absence of clouds caught some students unprepared, leaving them with stinging pink sunburns. JESSICA DOMINGO […]

Sports

Baseball Headed to Arizona For WAC Tournament

This weekend hurled the Redhawks Baseball program (19-33-1, 8-16 WAC) into the Western Athletic Conference tournament after losing a series against Utah valley (18-34, 11-13 WAC). Although Seattle U ultimately lost to the Wolverines, losses by Universty of Texas Rio Grande Valley and Chicago State propelled the Redhawks out of their regular season and into […]

Warriors and Cavaliers on a Collision Course

As the NBA Playoffs continue, the end of the season is within sight. The prediction of who would be in the Finals from each conference is looking like it will be what most writers predicted way back in October: the Golden State Warriors from the west and the Cleveland Cavaliers from the east. MANDY RUSCH […]

Opinion

No Parents, No Problem

Have you tired from seeing those mother’s day posts? Do you find yourself rolling your eyes at every father’s day BBQ ad? Well keep those eyes still and relax, because this is the post for you. For the one’s that don’t yet understand, let me break it down. Not all have the two for one […]

Op-Ed: Obama’s Speech Fee

The Democratic Party is severely out of touch with its’ base, and the party’s leadership continues to widen this gap through both their personal and policy decisions. The Spectator recently published an editorial which discussed the recent announcement that former President Barack Obama will be receiving $400,000 from Wall Street giant, Cantor Fitzgerald, for a […]

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