Stronger Together: Seattle University’s Unionization Victory

After waiting for two years, Seattle University adjunct faculty were officially granted the right to unionize on Sept. 12. The National Labor Relations Board approved a long- standing petition to allow adjunct faculty to join the Service Employees International Union, making Seattle U one of just a few private Jesuit universities in the country to […]

Cheer Team Cut After Months of Uncertainty

At the end of August, the Seattle University Cheer program officially ended. The cut follows a several-month suspension of the team and the resignation of the head coach Travis Millspaugh. “It honestly breaks my heart,” said Skyler Furr, former Seattle U cheerleader. Furr served as the team captain for three of his four years on […]

Seattle U Hosts Gubernatorial Debate

Republican Bill Bryant and incumbent democrat Jay Inslee squared off in a heated gubernatorial debate held in Pigott Auditorium on Monday. With general elections closing in, this was an opportunity for both candidates to make their positions clear and pin down any undecided voters. But that’s not really how it went. Instead the debate became […]

Passing the Pen to a New Editor In Chief

A strong writer, editor and lover of concerts, sophomore English major Jenna Ramsey will be the 2016-2017 Editor in Chief of the Spectator. Samira Shobeiri • the spectator The Spectator’s new Editor-in-chief for the 2016-17 school year, Jenna Ramsey. Excited to jump into her new role, Ramsey expressed the nervousness that comes along with this […]

New Director to Join Disabilities Services

To help meet the growing demands of Seattle University’s Disabilities Services, Provost Isiaah Crawford and the University Cabinet have approved the expansion of Disabilities Services’ staff by hiring a new assistant director. The new position is expected to be filled some time between next quarter and next year, and will help support the growing student […]

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