Eyes on the Shore Releases Shimmering EP

With their newest EP, Maestranza, Eyes on the Shore brought shimmering, psychedelic tones to their surfer-rock style. The San Francisco-based band dropped the collection of five tracks November 18th after releasing the first four tracks as singles over the past few months. Maestranza (which roughly translates from Spanish to “master”) builds upon the rock-and- roll […]

Critic’s Corner: “Moonlight” Enraptures Hearts

Race, gender, class, sexuality, and difficult life circumstances are topics often discussed at Seattle University. Most incoming students realize this before submitting their applications. These conversations tend to be filled with intensity, anger, and urgency as radical changes to those systems of oppression are demanded immediately so liberation can soon be realized. But instead of […]

Sweet Iron Waffle Open New Capitol Hill Location

Brunch is a big deal on this campus. When the weekend rolls around, students head off campus and hit their favorite brunch spots: Oddfellows, Capitol Cider, the list goes on and on. Although everyone has their personal favorite, it’s always good to venture out to scout some new Sunday morning haunts. JESSICA DOMINGO • THE […]

SAM Remix Blends New and Old Favorites

On Friday, Nov. 18 the Seattle Art Museum (SAM) hosted their seasonal event, SAM Remix, in which the museum shed new light on established exhibits and brought out new ones exclusive to the event. The main lobby was transformed into a dance floor with various live performances throughout the night, as well as disc jockeys […]

Diwali: A Festival of Lights

Colorful tablecloths are splayed across a series of tables, with flowers and twinkling lights carefully placed in the center. Buzzing around the room, a cluster of women in bright dresses complete their final preparations for the big celebration. The occasion? Diwali, the festival of lights. SAMIRA SHOBEIRI • THE SPECTATOR Bollywood dance performance, with elaborate […]

24 Hours of Art on Capitol Hill

People trickle in and out, spilling over into Pike Street; with beers in their hands they chuckle and chatter to their friends. It’s a Thursday night on Capitol Hill and any passerby would assume that a Seattle bar has officially opened its doors for the night. CECI ESTELA • THE SPECTATOR A closer look reveals […]

Sweet Weekend for Chocolate

Thousands of chocolate enthusiasts flooded to Seattle for the Northwest Chocolate Festival over the weekend. The event was packed with people of varied interests, whether learning how to perfect their own chocolate recipes or looking for a delicious holiday gift. This year, the festival was held in a semi-discrete location by the water at Pier […]

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