Women’s Hoops Drops Homestand

Coming off a big win last week against UTRGV, Women’s basketball was unable to carry momentum forward, dropping both games to Utah Valley and Grand Canyon. kYLE KOTANI • The spectator #0 Shaylin Heredia takes a jumpshot over a GCU defender Up first were the Utah Valley Wolverines. The Wolverines won the opening tip and […]

Task Force Final Report

In conjunction with Seattle University’s commitment and mission to diversity and inclusion, the Task Force on Diversity and Inclusive Excellence has made their final report available to students, faculty and staff. Formed two and a half years ago, the Task Force has been diligently investigating factors that might hinder our university in being a more […]

Symposium Emphasizes Power of Voting

Some argue that the battle for the right to vote ended in 1965 when the Voting Rights Act was established. But now the larger question lingers of whether voting still matters. Nicole Schlaeppi • the spectator During the Teaching Voting Rights Act symposium attendees participated in many events to learn about voting history, which included […]

The Week in Review

HIGH-END HOME SALES ARE UP IN SEATTLE— The real estate market in King County has flourished this past year, as 33 homes have sold for $5 million or more. According to Windermere Real Estate, this number is more than double of what sold in 2010. Buyers of these luxury homes tend to be either foreign […]

Resident Assistants Express Concerns to HRL Staff

From being a confidant on their respective floors to putting on various educational and interactive programs, the Resident Assistants of Seattle University are dedicated to fulfilling their responsibilities and building community. However, since the start of the 2015-2016 school year, many have felt that concerns about the heavy toll of their work have been ignored. […]

Food With Spirit Club Aims to Grow

If you thought the season of giving was over, think again—the Food with Spirit Club plans on involving more people with their mission to grow and donate food to organizations in need of support. Food with Spirit was officially recognized as a club last quarter, and senior co-presidents Mara Orenstein and Emma Thordsen are excited […]

SU Chamber Music: The High Note of the Quarter

Sophisticated instrumental melodies don’t need to be your forte for you to enjoy this quarter’s Fall Student Chamber Music Concert. The fall’s student performers aim to impress and their performance pieces are anything but flat. Viola instructor Amber Archibald teaches the chamber music class this quarter. For variety’s sake, the music department decided to switch […]

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