You Run When You’re 21

Figuring out where to go for your 21- run can be difficult, especially because we’re assuming here that you haven’t gone out before the legal age (of course you haven’t!) This weekend, I turned 21, and I took it upon myself to perform a public service and educate the good people of Seattle University on […]

Baseball Headed to Arizona For WAC Tournament

This weekend hurled the Redhawks Baseball program (19-33-1, 8-16 WAC) into the Western Athletic Conference tournament after losing a series against Utah valley (18-34, 11-13 WAC). Although Seattle U ultimately lost to the Wolverines, losses by Universty of Texas Rio Grande Valley and Chicago State propelled the Redhawks out of their regular season and into […]

Natasha Martin Reflects on First Year as Chief Diversity Officer

Natasha Martin is reaching her 15th year at Seattle University, but 2016 was her first year as the Chief Diversity Officer. Martin’s new role is centered in shifting the climate and culture of the university into one that the university refers to as “inclusive excellence.” ELISE WANG • THE SPECTATOR SU’s Chief Diversity Officer, Natasha Martin, […]

Softball Nabs the Win on Senior Day

Seattle University softball redeemed itself on senior day after losing their first two games on Friday against CSU Bakersfield on the final weekend of the regular season. The Redhawks (7-8 WAC) battled the Roadrunners (4-11 WAC) at Logan Field this weekend, ultimately losing the series but handing the seniors a win on their special day. […]

Hawaiian Club Prepares for 55th Annual Luau

In just a few days, the Campion Ballroom will be exploding with music, delicious smells and excited energy as the HuiO Nani Hawaii Club hosts their 55th annual Lu’au. PHOTO COURTESY OF HUI O NANI HAWAI’I Hui O Nani Hawai’i’s annual Lu’au features traditional Hawaiian kahiko dances as well as more contemporary auana dances. Tickets […]

Redhawks Battle, Fall Short of Win

Seattle University softball failed to keep their lead on Friday as they fell short in two back-to-back losses on Saturday in a series against New Mexico State University this weekend. The Redhawks (14-24, 3-3 WAC) fought hard against the Aggies and won the first game on Friday, but after a stormy night cut the second […]

Charity Pillow Fight Combats Homelessness in Seattle

The sight of the fourth annual Seattle pillow fight hosted in Cal Anderson Park on Saturday would have shocked any average passerby. Feathers were flying, children were screaming joyously and a massive group of people ruthlessly attacked each other with pillows. MICHAEL LEE • THE SPECTATOR International Pillow Fight Day is a day celebrated worldwide […]

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