SU Research Journal Prepares Its Inaugural Issue

This May, Seattle University will complete its first step to becoming a more renowned research university. The Seattle University’s Undergraduate Research Journal’s, or SUURJ, debut year, will be featuring the work and research of students across campus in one place to document the academic achievements of multiple disciplines. J. DOMINGO • THE SPECTATOR Jeremy Bjelajak […]

Major Changes to Seattle U Communications Degrees

For over 20 years, the Seattle University communications department has consisted of three unique majors: journalism, communications and strategic communications. But now, the department has decided to merge the three branches underneath the umbrella of “Communications Studies,” with an emphasis in either strategic communications or journalism. CECI ESTELA • THE SPECTATOR Three majors in the […]

Creator of “What the Body Knows” to Host Moral Mondays Event

Choreographer, creative performer and queer, disabled artist of color Barak adé Soleil will be featured in the upcoming Moral Mondays event held by Seattle University’s Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA). COURTESY OF TYRONE BROWN After creating his “What The Body Knows” choreographic project, performed in Chicago last October, Soleil formed his synthesis of race and […]

Softball Strives for Consistency in 2017

After ending their 2016 season with 19 wins out of 33 games, expectations for the Seattle University Softball team this year remain high despite a rough start with only 2 wins out of 10 games. MANDY RUSCH • THE SPECTATOR “We ended really strong last year, and I thought it would carry over, but we’ve […]

A Grand Reopening of Seattle U’s Model United Nations Club

The revival of Seattle University’s Model United Nations Club now offers students a home and community for those interested in global humanitarian efforts. The club’s resurgence has been orchestrated by students Sam Schultheis and Kate Hannick, who are passionate about sharing the values reflected in the Model UN Club. KYLE KOTANI • THE SPECTATOR Model […]

ISC Hosts 40th Annual International Dinner

The International Dinner will be celebrating its 40th anniversary this Saturday as the International Student Center hosts Seattle University’s largest event. The dinner, as in year’s past, will include a variety of cultural dishes and live entertainment. Seattle U student volunteers will prepare the the food. SEATTLE UNIVERSITY ISC Student volunteers at the 39th International […]

Learning What We Haven’t Been Taught: News Media Literacy Among Millennials

Faith Hlavac thought for a moment when asked what part of the world she knows least about. “Anywhere that isn’t here.” NICK TURNER • THE SPECTATOR Professor Hahn prepares her students for a refugee simulation that will be held this upcoming Saturday. Many Seattle University students relate to Hlavac’s sentiment, feeling clueless about what exactly […]

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