Kinsey Gallery Features Diverse Set of Artwork by Faculty

Paintings, portraits, drawings and sculptures filled the Kinsey Gallery on Feb. 4 with color and imagery, displaying the talent of some of Seattle University’s staff and faculty. SAMIRA SHOBEIRI • THE SPECTATOR Professor Naomi Kasumi’s installation piece. The gallery will showcase the artistic diversity found in the visual arts program at Seattle U. Images and […]

Dim Sum King Offers Cheap, Good Eats

On a street corner in the International District sits a little business called Dim Sum King. If you’re looking for some quick, cheap and good dim sum (around 80 cents a piece), then this is the place for you. MANDY RUSCH • THE SPECTATOR Dim Sum King is a small restaurant with plants lining the […]

‘I’m Married to Poetry,’ Fr. Sundborg Says

Early each morning, a man wakes up, sits in a chair in his bedroom, sips a cup of coffee and reads a sampling of poetry for 15 minutes. He then walks out of the Arrupe House along the upper mall of campus and begins his day as the highest appointed official at Seattle University. NICK […]

Hole-In-A-Wall Manu’s Tacos Among Seattle’s Best

Seattle is a city always craving new taco spots. Compared to other cities, it’s lacking a variety of yummy taco joints. Any Seattleite who enjoys a good taco (everyone) knows that any time another taco spot opens it needs to be compared to the few existing authentic taco places that call Seattle home. Tucked in […]

Designing a New Kind of Resistance

Among the many art galleries at Pioneer Square, one stood out from the rest last Thursday with a crowd that not only filled the venue but even spilled out onto the sidewalk. SAMIRA SHOBEIRI • THE SPECTATOR Statement art from the 1980s. The gallery was Civilization, a new face in the scene specializing in digital […]

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