Critic’s corner: ‘unfriended’

Who would have thought that hitting the ‘unfriend’ button could have such dire consequences? Director Levan Gabriadze’s “Unfriended” presents a new and unique storyline of social media horror. Six high school students take part in a video chat a year after one of their classmates, Laura Barns (Heather Sossaman), committed suicide. Laura’s spirit takes control […]

Time Out Sessions with Mandie Sugita

Kangroos, shrimp on the barbie—oh, and a summer of professional softball in Australia­—are in senior pitcher Mandie Sugita’s near future. But first she will be finishing up her last season for the Redhawks. Photo Courtesy of John Aronson So far this season, Sugita is leading the team in earned run average, wins, innings pitched and […]

CEJS Talks Trash With Annual Eco-Challenge

Do you have what it takes to save the environment? At Seattle University, environmental sustainability is a focus in almost everything the university does. The Center for Environmental Justice and Sustainability has put together a four week program called the Eco-Challenge to help students, faculty and staff learn more about how their choices can impact […]

King Felix Takes Opening Day

Last season the Mariners were just one win away from reaching the postseason. The team made huge improvements getting 16 more wins than the previous year behind spectacular performances by All-Star players Felix Hernandez, Robinson Cano, Kyle Seager, and Fernando Rodney. Cano was the big acquisition last year coming from the New York Yankees for […]

Time Out Sessions: Marina Osuna

CONVERSATIONS WITH SU ATHLETES Featuring Marina Osuna Rowing has been an integral part of Marina’s college life, but it almost never happened. “I remember getting the email about it and thinking it would be kind of fun and I was excited to do it but then when I got here I ended up not doing […]

Flu Could Worsen College Workload

This year, Washington state endured its most deadly flu season in the past five years. There were 120 confirmed deaths in the state caused by the flu—26 of which were in King County—but the total number is expected to be much higher since not every case is reported. Audrey Mallinak • The Spectator Sometimes all […]

Time Out Sessions W/ Sophie Curatilo

Senior distance runner Sophie Curatilo has blazed her way into the Seattle University record books during her final year of indoor track and field. Earlier this quarter, Curatilo set the university record in both the mile run and the 3000 meter run with times of 4:51.13 and 9:51.28, respectively. “It felt pretty good,” Curatilo said. […]

Banned AP History Class Sparks Controversy

The future of history is changing—at least in the way it will be taught. Controversy has emerged around this question: should the current method of teaching United States history be changed? On Feb. 16, Oklahoma legislators passed a bill on an 11-4 vote that would ban the teaching of Adanced Placement U.S. History in their […]

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