As Film Incentive Grows, So Does the Washington Community

As Seattle University film students surge toward graduation, the local landscape they are entering is more conducive than ever to practicing their crafts and contributing to a larger film culture. MANDY RUSCH • THE SPECTATOR The Washington State Production Incentive program is up for another vote in Olympia, and hopes to support that mission with statewide […]

Recyclemania Cleans Up Seattle U Campus

On a wet day in front of the Lemieux Library and McGoldrick Learning Commons, students donned rubber gloves and rain coats to sort through a mountain of Seattle University’s trash. Plastic bags were piled high on tarps, waiting for their insides to be meticulously inspected and re-sorted by diligent volunteers. JESSICA DOMINGO • THE SPECTATOR […]

Rev SU: The What and Why of New I.T.

If you have not heard of RevSU, Seattle University’s attempt to modernize its outdated IT system, then by most indicators the project is advancing smoothly. The motivation? A desire and need to propel Seattle U’s IT network into the modern era. MANDY RUSCH • THE SPECTATOR The current system of interconnected data has long been obsolete, […]

Seattle U Speaks up for New Voices Bill

Washington State holds the collective future of student journalism in its legislative hand this week. Since the escalation of the media frenzy leading up to and surpassing the 2016 presidential election, the role of the press has rarely been under such intense scrutiny. In some cases the critique is well deserved– calling into question the […]

Offense Reigns on Championship Sunday

KEVIN C. COX, VIA GETTY IMAGES Matt Ryan (left) and Tom Brady (right) will face off in Super Bowl LI. NFC Championship Game Green Bay 21, Atlanta 44 In a game that pitted the NFC’s top-rated quarterbacks against one another, it was the home team Falcons who finally put an end to Rodgers & Co. […]

Depleted and Injured, Hawks Have No Answer for Falcons

The Atlanta Falcons looked every bit the NFL’s No. 1 rated offense, and the Seattle Seahawks had no answer in the NFC’s Divisional round matchup on Saturday afternoon, where the Falcons soared to a 36-20 victory over the ‘Hawks. In a game that pitted Matt Ryan’s past playoff demons against Russell Wilson’s clutch play, this […]

‘Hawks Shine, Swarm Struggling Lions

The 6th seeded Detroit Lions dropped their fourth consecutive game on Saturday in the second NFL Wild Card matchup of the night, and the 3rd seeded Seattle Seahawks dominated at CenturyLink Field with a 26-6 victory in the NFC’s first postseason battle. It marked the 10th consecutive home playoff win for the Seahawks, and a […]

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