Seattle Reacts to Trump’s Inauguration

Scores of demonstrations were held across the country following Donald Trump’s presidential inauguration on Friday, culminating in the largest inaugural protest in United States history. Hundreds of protestors sat in the street at the intersection of Pike and Broadway Saturday night. In total, over 3 million protesters of all ages and experiences worldwide joined together […]

Sink Your Teeth into Katsu Burger

It was tired feet and growling stomachs that led my group of women’s marchers into the new Katsu Burger on Saturday. We had been walking for a few hours with the Women’s March before deciding we needed to fuel up to make it through the day. Our choice of fuel? A deep-fried burger, nori fries […]

Planned Parenthood Event Calls for Action

After a tumultuous election season culminating in the election of  President Donald Trump, Planned Parenthood hosted an event at Town Hall which featured speakers from various local and regional groups who discussed the many ways that community members could get involved in the coming years. JESSICA DOMINGO • THE SPECTATOR Citizens of Seattle gathered for “We […]

Frankie and Jo’s: It’s Not Just Ice, Ice, Baby

In light of New Year’s and the annual Health Kick Resolution, I know the internal back-and-forth that we all endure as we pass by cookies in C-Street, baked goods in the Bistro and the candies in the Cave. I know the struggle, of bundling up and throwing on a few sweaters trudging through the cold, […]

Vera Project Hosts “Party Against the Patriarchy”

On Friday, Seattle’s Vera Project was packed with Seattle’s hippest and best- dressed youths, there for Itchy B’s Feminist Club’s fourth Party Against the Patriarchy. These shows aim to provide a space for young people of all identities and backgrounds to gather, dance and express themselves in a safe and inclusive setting. The theme this […]

Sweet Iron Waffle Open New Capitol Hill Location

Brunch is a big deal on this campus. When the weekend rolls around, students head off campus and hit their favorite brunch spots: Oddfellows, Capitol Cider, the list goes on and on. Although everyone has their personal favorite, it’s always good to venture out to scout some new Sunday morning haunts. JESSICA DOMINGO • THE […]

24 Hours of Art on Capitol Hill

People trickle in and out, spilling over into Pike Street; with beers in their hands they chuckle and chatter to their friends. It’s a Thursday night on Capitol Hill and any passerby would assume that a Seattle bar has officially opened its doors for the night. CECI ESTELA • THE SPECTATOR A closer look reveals […]

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