The Last Caturday

Twas a grey and rainy Saturday, and only the bravest of felines had made an appearance at Cal Anderson Park. Last Saturday was the final Caturday of the year, and despite the chilly weather and occasional sprinkle, a small group of devoted cats and cat lovers huddled together in the park. Caturday happens every first […]

Chasing Coral: Diving into Ocean Conservation

Within our lifetime, the ocean may become a graveyard filled with the barren skeletons of millions of animals. In the not-so-distant future, diving will be a completely different experience, one lacking the vast array of vibrant colors that have always spread across the seafloor. Coral, an animal that provides a vital ecosystem for fish and […]

“Rebrand” Puts a Twist on New Fashion

Seattle University’s Fashion Club brought a unique spin to fashion in their 10th annual fashion show. In previous years, the club has reached out to local boutiques for donations of clothing to showcase. This year, the head stylists of the show bought clothes from Goodwill and altered them. The goal was to be more sustainable […]

Alumni Hit the Stage With D1 Improv

“Improv does not leave you after college. The sense of community within the D1 group is strong, and us teammates form close bonds that do not end; it’s a community that never leaves you,” said Maddie Piper, a sophomore double major in environmental studies and humanities for teaching, who is a current member of Seattle […]

Isang Bagsak Event Highlights the Importance of Unity

When asked about the United Farm Workers grape strike of 1965, we often think of the name César Chávez. What most people don’t know is that Chávez was not the one who started the strike; it was a man named Larry Itliong. JESSICA DOMINGO • THE SPECTATOR Clarissa Jovellanos worked along side fellow SU student […]

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