SU Professor Sharon Cumberland Publishes Poem Collection

The English department at Seattle University, which prepares and encourages students to publish their written works, recently had a faculty member that did just that. Dr. Sharon Cumberland, professor and former director of the creative writing program, just released “Strange with Age,” a book of narrative and lyric poems. JESSICA DOMINGO • THE SPECTATOR With […]

Alumni Hit the Stage With D1 Improv

“Improv does not leave you after college. The sense of community within the D1 group is strong, and us teammates form close bonds that do not end; it’s a community that never leaves you,” said Maddie Piper, a sophomore double major in environmental studies and humanities for teaching, who is a current member of Seattle […]

Isang Bagsak Event Highlights the Importance of Unity

When asked about the United Farm Workers grape strike of 1965, we often think of the name César Chávez. What most people don’t know is that Chávez was not the one who started the strike; it was a man named Larry Itliong. JESSICA DOMINGO • THE SPECTATOR Clarissa Jovellanos worked along side fellow SU student […]

Reviewing Campus Eats: A Search for the Bon-Appetizing

For first and second year students who are required to purchase Meal Plan 4 ($1480 minimum per quarter), spring quarter can be a time of intense food frustration. By now, the same foods have circulated through your body countless times. Your bank account says “absolutely not” to off-campus food and the burning desire for a […]

Drag Show 2017 Shoots for the Stars

Once a year, the planets align to bring one of Seattle University’s cornerstone events. Amazing to behold like a shooting star, but like a shooting star, always over too soon. The spacethemed spectacle in question is, of course, the 11th iteration of Triangle Club’s annual Drag Show, which brought out talent from across the state […]

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