You Say Vagina, I Say Vagina

You stop to chat with a friend on the lower mall. Common conversation topics might include class, the weather, C-street and unreliable printers. Things you’re probably not talking about? Vaginas. It’s not as though they’re not thought about. They’re around, they’re here to stay, but they carry enough stigma that few are comfortable talking about ...

Out Of The Studio, Into The Gallery

It’s an artist’s dream: make whatever you want. There are no rules. And your work will be displayed in a professional gallery. Professor Francisco Guerrero’s Advanced Studio Course challenges visual arts students to take what they’ve learned in their prerequisite art classes and create their own body of work. But with a short turnaround of ...

Chamber Musicians Get Dancing Muses

The term “classical music” immediately brings to mind names like Bach, Beethoven and Mozart, but this year’s Seattle University Winter Chamber Music Concert will showcase pieces from lesser known contemporary composers. It will also mark the first time Seattle U collaborates with a professional choreographer and professional dancers for a performance. Donald Byrd, a choreographer ...

Sweet Eats Now On The Street

Seattle is known for being an innovative city, there’s no doubt about that. We love coming up with new, funky ideas. Our latest one? Streateries. You’re probably asking, “What is a streatery?” Don’t worry, they’re not as dangerous as they sound. It’s not a place where you are simultaneously eating and dodging oncoming traffic. Streateries ...

Critic’s Corner: ‘Chappie’

Does the world really need another poorly conceived campy robot action flick? Director Neill Blomkamp obviously seems to think so. Compared with his critically-acclaimed sci-fi thrillers “District 9” and “Elysium,” Blomkamp’s latest film “Chappie” falls flat. The complex narrative, hastily squeezed into a two hour film, falls into inconsistent breaks that prevent it from gathering ...

Choir Says ‘Come to the Water’ Before Finals

With finals just around the corner, stress levels are getting higher and higher. It helps to take a much-needed (and well-deserved) moment to step back, reflect and immerse yourself in a calm environment. This weekend, Seattle University Choir is offering just that. The Lenten Prayer Choir Concert, titled “Come to the Water,” is an annual ...

Friends, Family and Food at Filipino Fiesta

What Seattle University event has delicious cuisine, traditional dance and song, and costs under $20? The answer is United Filipino Club’s annual cultural showcase, Barrio Fiesta. Nicole Schlaeppi • The Spectator The Seattle University United Filipino Club prepares for their annual Barrio Festival, which will be held in Campiom Ballroom on Saturday March 7. Attending ...

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