The Pantheon Incarnte

On Nov. 22, Seattle University students and members of the community will dress up as their favorite deities, invoke the spirit of Thor and channel their inner Athena to support the building of an orphanage in Thailand. Pantheon Incarnate, a deity-themed fundraising party, will raise money for the Seattle University–Engineers for a Sustainable World’s Thailand ...

Show us the Money: Inside Students’ Rallying Cry for Budget Accountability

The typically quiet outdoor space in front of the Lemieux Library and McGoldrick Learning Commons transformed into a vibrant hub of civil disobedience on Tuesday as students, faculty and other supporters gathered for the Seattle University Budget Transparency Rally & Petition. More than 30 supporters chanted passionately in unison and held signs, some in the ...

SU Prof: Union Suppression Against Jesuit Values

Jessie Koon • The Spectator Dr. Daniel Peterson of Matteo Ricci College and the Department of Theology and Religious Studies. After Seattle University faculty’s inability to join the Service Employees International Union earlier this year, adjunct faculty unionization remains an important topic of discussion on campus. On one side of the debate is Matteo Ricci ...

Students Prepare for Murdock Conference

Next weekend, hundreds of student and faculty researchers from Northwest private colleges and universities will gather in Vancouver, Wash. for the 23rd Annual Murdock College Science Research Conference. This conference is a chance for students to share their research with fellow students as well as the greater collegiate science community. Seattle University is sending nearly ...

Students React to Local Apple Office

Seattle, which has long been known as the city dominated by Microsoft, now welcomes a new tech company to town: Apple. Apple, the tech empire originally from Cupertino, Calif. is opening its engineering doors and establishing an office here in Seattle. An article published by the Seattle Times last Monday gave the details behind Apple’s ...

UN Releases Grim News on Climate Change

The United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change recently released their fourth report since 2013, sharing grim predictions of what will happen if the world does not start making an effort to slow down global warming. The report recommends that greenhouse emissions be reduced by at least 40 percent by 2050, and that emissions are ...

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