Softball Stakes Its Claim in the WAC

As part of their final road series of the season, the Redhawks’ softball team took on the University of Missouri, Kansas City in Western Athletic Conference (WAC) play. Going into their doubleheader on Friday, both teams had a 4-5 record, meaning that the outcome would inevitably have an effect on their standings. MANDY RUSCH • […]

iLead Seeks to Redefine Student Leadership

As the March for Science brought out community leaders from across the country, Seattle University ushered in new leaders of its own. The annual leadership conference called iLead returned with new material and direction but remains centered on the cultivation of sustainable leadership. ANNIE CHANG • THE SPECTATOR A combination of staff and graduate assistants, […]

Shedding Light on Minorities

Whether or not you consider yourself involved in media, there is a high chance that you have been involved in a conversation about it. In film, controversial releases like “Ghost in the Shell” and “The Great Wall” have driven conversations on whitewashing, while Oscar-winner “Moonlight” was almost not awarded. CECI ESTALA • THE SPECTATOR Meanwhile […]

MEChA de UW Brings the Chicanx Community Together

MEChA de UW hosted the 24th annual national conference at Seattle Central College last weekend, bringing together chapters of el Movimiento Estudiantil Chicanx de Astlan from across the country. The three day event consisted of workshops, keynote speakers and screenings of films related to the themes of the conference. KYLE KOTANI • THE SPECTATOR MEChA […]

Softball Faces Heated Tournament in Honolulu

Less than a week after their away game against Cal St. Northridge, the softball team once again left home to participate in the Malihini Kipa Aloha Tournament in Honolulu, Hawaii. This five-round competition took place over the course of three days and featured opponents such as Charleston Southern University, University of Toledo and of course, […]

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