Human of SU

Mario Sabatelli International Business “One of the most significant moments in my life is when my friend asked me to join the SU Cheer team. That was something that I had never done and I never thought of myself as the kind person who would join a cheer team, but now it is a huge […]

Gender in Politics: Discussed Too Much or Not Enough?

With the current race between the 2016 Democratic presidential candidates heating up, the Seattle University Wingmen decided to spice things up with their event “Gender in Politics: Bernie Bros Welcome.” The organization’s core team is made up of adviser Jazz Espiritu and members Nicolás Cruz, Michael Clymer and Connor Crinion. While the group is still […]

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Movie of the Week: The Shawshank Redemption

While not only holding the distinction of being my mom’s all-time favorite movie, “The Shawshank Redemption” also has the honor of being ranked #1 on IMDB’s Top 250 list, even above “The Godfather.” Yet it is a movie people scratch their heads at; released the same year as “Forrest Gump” and “Pulp Fiction”–two mammoths in […]


The Friendly Faces Behind our Beautiful Campus

Illustrated by Lorna McDonnell • The Spectator Seattle University is full of ambitious students and professors, rushing from class to class and doing more than they can with the little time they have. What they often forget in the flurry of their own haste, is that their lifestyle wouldn’t be possible if it wasn’t for […]


Leicester City Looks to Cap Improbable Run

By now I’m hoping just about everyone has heard of Leicester City Football Club. If not, don’t sweat it; you still have time to witness one of the greatest, if not the greatest sports stories in years. After gaining promotion from England’s second tier in 2014, Leicester (pronounced Lesster) didn’t have an ideal year in […]

Tennis Seniors Honored in Final Home Matches

The Seattle University men’s tennis ended their regular season on a very high note last weekend as they swept Linfield 7-0. The Redhawks dominated on Senior Day as they won all three doubles matches and then followed that up by winning all six singles matches. The singles matches stood out the most in this one, […]


I Was Protested

I was at Uncle Ike’s last Wednesday, April 20. As protestors surrounded the building, hands clasped and voices loud, I wasn’t among them. I was behind metal fences and security guards and layers of privilege so thick that they almost muffled the defiant cries for justice —almost. This was my first time being on the […]

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