Students Cry For Greater CAPS Care

Recent complaints about CAPS are, perhaps, unsurprising, in the wake of a flurry of criticisms toward the disabilities services office and student health center. Seattle U’s wellness services are looking more than a little bleak from here, but scant resources are probably just a necessary evil of the small-school experience. And I have no doubt ...

Letter to the Editor: The Many Strengths of SU’s Creative Writing Program

This letter was written in response to the article “Starving Artists: How Seattle U Could Be Failing Its Creative Community.” We are writing in response to Caroline Ferguson’s article “Seattle U Could be Failing its Creative Community.” Ferguson presents a surprisingly narrow perspective of the work of the Creative Writing Program, its faculty and students. ...

Letter to the Editor: How Best To Prepare for a Life as a Writer

This letter was written in response to the article “Starving Artists: How Seattle U Could Be Failing Its Creative Community.” This letter was written in response to the article “Starving Artists: How Seattle U Could Be Failing Its Creative Community.” Following the publication of Caroline Ferguson’s recent article “Seattle U Could be Failing its Creative ...

Letter to the Editor: SU is ‘Solidly Supportive’ of the Arts

This letter was written in response to the article “Starving Artists: How Seattle U Could Be Failing Its Creative Community.” Dear Editors at The Spectator, I’m glad to take this opportunity to respond to a recent article you published regarding the creative writing community at Seattle University. The article unfolds around a conversation between Caroline ...

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