The Year in Review

Here is a recap of what was going on in the world during this school year (2014 – 2015) Robin Williams Passes Away (August 2014) Best known for his optimistic comedy and outrageous characters, Robin Williams was found dead in his home on Aug. 11, 2014. Playing roles in movies like “Good Morning Vietnam” and […]

A & E

Critic’s Corner: ‘San Andreas’

When I was in first grade back in 2001, I experienced my first and only earthquake. I don’t remember much of it, except for the teacher shouting “Remember what we practiced!” over and over. That was 14 years ago, and now the Pacific Northwest is supposedly due for a massive earthquake. Will it be as […]

I Scream you Scream, We All Scream for…

Anyone who ends up on Capitol Hill with an ice cream craving has some very tough decisions to make. Over the course of the 2010s, ten square blocks of Capitol Hill have played host to a veritable ice cream renaissance. Of course there’s Molly Moon’s—one of their massive scoops on a homemade waffle cone is […]


Summer in Seattle

Summer in Seattle Another year has come and gone. We, the editors of the Spectator, have tried our best to bring our Seattle University community relevant, engaging, thought provoking, and entertaining coverage throughout the year. We realize that many will remain in Seattle during the summer at a time when the Spectator will be on […]


Time Out Sessions With Skylar Genger

This year, Seattle University’s baseball team experienced its best season of the program’s history. The team won 31 games and made it to the WAC championship series. After winning the first game of the series Seattle U unfortunately lost the next two, but there is plenty of optimism heading into next year as there are […]

Staff Picks: A Year of SU Sports and Review

Comeback Against Colorado (M. Basketball) In March, the men’s basketball team successfully completed a second half comeback to defeat the Colorado Buffaloes, sending them to the semifinals of the College Basketball Invitational. Down nine at the half, the Redhawks stymied a potent Colorado offense with excellent defense and rebounding. Dynamic senior guard duo Isiah Umipig […]


Guest op-ed: Merger Pause only the Start

Michele Murray on behalf of the Division of Student Development stated, “We are pausing the conversation about merging OMA and ISC,” in an email sent last Friday, May 29. You may have seen the marches, attended a town hall or two, or even been genuinely a part of the conversation and efforts concerning the merger […]

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