The Spectator’s Summer Picks

The Spectator staff gives their tips for summer fun! NICK TURNER • THE SPECTATOR BALANCING REAL LIFE WITH FUN IN THE SUN For all the trouble that the weather gives its residents during the winter, summertime in Seattle offers some of the best weather the city has to offer. Unfortunately, I am graduating in 10 days […]

You Run When You’re 21

Figuring out where to go for your 21- run can be difficult, especially because we’re assuming here that you haven’t gone out before the legal age (of course you haven’t!) This weekend, I turned 21, and I took it upon myself to perform a public service and educate the good people of Seattle University on […]

Local Businesses Concerned Over 1107 Madison Construction

Capstone Development broke ground on Monday commencing construction of the new 1107 Madison building which will provide needed additions to student housing. This development, though, has surrounding businesses concerned about more than just noise. COURTESY OF SEATTLE UNIVERSITY FACILITIES SERVICES A rendering of the future dorm, located at 1107 Madison, expected to be completed by […]

Peace and Protest on May Day

Thousands took to the streets on Monday in one of Seattle’s most peaceful May Day protests ever. Various groups marched through downtown. Those registered with the city included the Veteran Anti-War Formation, Immigrants and Workers’ Rights Rally and the May 1st Action Coalition Rally. Things got heated later in the night when anti-Trump protesters and Trump supporters […]

Upperclassmen Still Struggle to Find Housing Off Campus

Following Housing and Residence Life’s (HRL) announcement last spring that juniors and seniors would no longer be guaranteed on-campus housing, many of those students found themselves frantically searching for a place to live on short notice. NICK TURNER • THE SPECTATOR The housing market on Capitol Hill can be extra competitive for students. This year, […]

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