Softball Can’t Escape Close Losses

Last weekend resulted in three one- run games and one win for Seattle University’s softball team. The Redhawks were in Utah last weekend in a three-game match against the Utah Valley Wolverines. The women played one game on Friday, and the Redhawks lost by just 1 run. The game started out slow, and it wasn’t […]

SU Students, Community Advocate for BLM Movement

“We should dedicate time to doing one good thing every day,” said Haleema Bharoocha, a junior sociology major at Seattle University. Bharoocha and eight other students went on an immersion trip in February to Olympia, Wash., to advocate for the Black Lives Matter movement, celebrate African American Legislative Day and attend a rally that advocated […]

SU Ecochallenge Kicks Off Its Fourth Year

“There is something to explore and learn for everyone, whether you are new to sustainable living or a long-time practitioner,” said Yolanda Cieters, sustainability manager for Seattle University’s Center Environmental Justice and Sustainability. MANDY RUSCH • THE SPECTATOR This week marks the fourth anniversary of the EcoChallenge at Seattle U, an event meant to challenge […]

SU Alumna Fighting Ocean Pollution with Cora Ball

Ask a person what chores they dread doing, and one of the first to top their list will surely be laundry. A former Seattle University student has created a device intended to simultaneously improve the environment and wash your socks. PHOTO COURTESY OF THE ROZALIA PROJECT Brooke Winslow (right) holding a Cora Ball. Brooke Winslow, […]

Critic’s Corner: “Song to Song” Too Philosophical

If you haven’t had a two-hour long existential crisis lately, get to the theater and see “Song to Song.” Like the typical Terrence Malick film, “Song to Song” gives audiences an elaborate look into the human mind and soul through philosophical lines, symbolism and deliberately mapped out scenes. VIA THEPLAYLIST.NET Considering the intricacy of the […]

Chris D’Elia Throws a Real Bash at Neptune Theater

“Everybody was taught from an early age to believe they’re special, but in reality we just pretend to be the main character in the movie of our own lives.” ANNIE CHANG • THE SPECTATOR Nobody is safe and nothing is sacred. Chris D’Elia has no limits. Everyone and everything serves as material for him to […]

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