Q&A: Caps’ Tyrone Brown Talks Ferguson

In August, police officer Darren Wilson, a white man, shot and killed unarmed black teenager Michael Brown, sparking protests and debates across the nation about race relations. The Spectator interviewed Tyrone Brown, administrative coordinator for Seattle University’s Counseling and Psychological Services, about his recent experience in Ferguson, Missouri, and his plans for a new campus ...

Women Fight for the Right to Write

The stereotypical machismo of a newsroom, complete with a cigar-chomping male editor, is becoming more and more a thing of the past— and many female journalists are in support of that transition. On Nov. 6, Seattle University’s Communication Department will host a panel in the Casey Building titled “On the Front Page: A Survival Guide ...

Emerald City ‘Taking Winter by Storm’

Brace yourselves: Winter is coming. Earlier this month, the Puget Sound area began its annual “Take the Winter by Storm” campaign to get all local residents to start their preparations so that they can handle snow storms, power outages, flooding and any other situation that may arise this winter. The campaign began as a response ...

Snapchat Hackers Release Personal Photos

A highly publicized leak of thousands of private Snapchat photos has shocked the world into the realization that celebrities are not the only ones whose private photos are being targeted by hackers. Only a few of Snapchat users should be concerned with this leak, in which thousands of private images have been obtained by hackers ...

Commuter Students Ask for Visibility

Seattle University could start hearing more from a group on campus that has long been marginalized: commuter students. Discontented with their often unsatisfying role on campus, some commuters are working to develop new means for advocacy and community. Back in September, senior and commuter student Robert Gavino received two complaints within a week about the ...

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