Support for the MRC Student Coalition Grows

On Monday, day 13 of their sit-in protest at the Casey Building, the Matteo Ricci College (MRC) Student Coalition testified in front of Academic Assembly and presented two binders full of testimonies, emails and other documents detailing complaints against the college, some dating back to 2008. Nick Turner • The Spectator MRC Student Coalition members […]

MRC Student Coalition Seeks ‘Radical Change’

At a press conference on Tuesday afternoon, their seventh day of occupation in the Casey Building at Seattle University, the Matteo Ricci College (MRC) Student Coalition restated the urgent demands detailed in their petition, “MRC Student Coalition Demands.” At the time the Spectator went to press, the petition had reached more than 1,100 signatures. Observers […]

The Week in Review

Michael Bennett Won’t Hold Out— Michael Bennett told 710 ESPN Seattle’s “Brock and Salk” show on Tuesday that he will be reporting to training camp. Speculation swirled that Bennett, who has made it known that he is unhappy with his contract, would potentially hold out unless he got a new deal. “Why wouldn’t I be […]

Asking For a Friend

Carlos is the better Uncle you never had. Q: How do you navigate being overly sensitive in the adult world? A: I go about that by lying in bed and eating Doritos while watching sad movies about dogs. Then I reach my sensitivity threshold and feel like I can manage that a lot better. Q: […]

Viaduct Reopens Early, Seattleites Rejoice

The busy, fast-paced city of Seattle seemed to slow down with the closure of the Alaskan Way Viaduct on April 29. Traffic doubled on most major highways and the increased volume of cars on the road annoyed commuters and business owners. On the evening of Sunday, May 8, the viaduct reopened because engineers believe it […]

The Week in Review

BERNIE SANDERS WINS WEST VIRGINIA— West Virginia held their democratic primaries on Tuesday, May 10 and Bernie Sanders won in a landslide with 51 percent of the vote to Hillary Clinton’s 36 percent. The win gives Sanders a five delegate advantage in the Mountain State, and he has won back to back primaries after his […]

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