Men’s Soccer Makes History in NCAA

It goes without saying that this was an amazing season for the Seattle University men’s soccer team. After starting the year with an unspectacular preseason record of 0-6-1, the team progressed impressively through an undefeated season to the Western Athletic Conference(WAC) Championship. The season climaxed on Sunday November 24 when flocks of Seattle U students […]

Grounds Gives Greenhouse The Green Light

Seattle University’s campus just got a little bit greener. This November, Seattle U celebrated the grand opening of a new greenhouse just off campus. Students will use the greenhouse to study plant taxonomy and physiology in biology classes and in undergraduate research projects. In addition, the Seattle U Grounds Department will use the greenhouse to […]

Get Ready for the Snow-pacalypse, Seattle

Get ready Seattle–the snow-pacalypse is coming. Well, not quite. But in a city like Seattle where snow is rarely known to accumulate on the city streets, even a few inches of powdery white snow are enough to get the city buzzing. After Seattle University students received the year’s first email about snow closure procedures last […]

With Redhawk Rewards, School Spirit Soars

It’s not every day that a small Catholic university in the Pacific Northwest is featured on Entertainment and Sports Programming Network (ESPN). And, even though that school was the University of Portland, and not, unfortunately, Seattle University, the fact that the University of Portland has been recognized for school spirit bodes well for Seattle U’s […]

Professor’s Novel Brings Global Crisis Home

It takes exceptional skill to write a novel with the accuracy and poignancy necessary to describe a tragedy happening halfway across the world. Many readers and fellow journalists believe that Sonora Jha has done just that. “[Jha’s] book, which straddles the distinctly different worlds of Seattle and Vidarbha, is a poignant account of a single […]

Wac-ky Wind Can’t Stop Cross Country

On one of Seattle’s windiest mornings, the Western Athletic Conference (WAC) cross country teams, along with crowds of fans, gathered at Jefferson Park in Seattle for the WAC cross country championship. Kateri Town • The Spectator Lila Rice nears the finish line during the WAC Cross Country Championships on Saturday, Nov. 2. The women’s cross […]

Seattle School Board Sets New Boundaries

Change is never easy to accept. Therefore, it’s not surprising that when the Seattle School Board announced that school placements and neighborhood boundaries would change for the majority of Seattle Public School students, parents and community members spoke up right away against action that they considered completely out of bounds. Proposed boundary changes for the […]

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