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 […]

Food Co. Serves a Delectable Surprise

As a first-year student at Seattle U, I eat almost exclusively on campus. That said, there are certain foods I truly miss. I’m convinced that being able to sink your face into a cheeseburger is one of life’s most pure and simple pleasures (and neither Dick’s nor C-Street burgers are doing it for me lately). […]

Two New Poke Restaurants Open in Seattle

With Seattle University’s central location between the International District and many locales of Capitol Hill, students have a variety of choices when they venture beyond our on-campus eateries. Represented in our immediate area are foods from a wide range of cuisines, a few being Indian, Vietnamese and Mexican. What was not among them though was […]

Crawling for Literature on Cap Hill

Writers and artists flooded Capitol Hill on Thursday night armed with novels, poems and comic books. These speakers were filling bars, bookstores, cafes and libraries, ready to share their work with the dozens of Seattleites who attended this year’s Lit Crawl. EMILY MOZZONE • THE SPECTATOR The Lit Crawl celebrated its fifth year in Seattle with […]

Seattle Asian Art Museum to Close for Renovations

The Seattle Art Museum (SAM) held a press conference on Sept. 30 presenting the initial designs for a two-year expansion project of the Seattle Asian Art Museum (SAAM). The SAM is partnering with fellow Seattle-based architecture company LMN Architects to complete the first remodel of the structure since it was constructed in 1933. The renovation […]

Feeling Down? Cake Can Help!

The Depressed Cake Shop, an event aimed to raise awareness, destigmatize and continue the conversation about mental illness, will take place on Oct. 8 from 12 to 4 p.m. at Optimism Brewing Company. Sponsored by the National Alliance on Mental Illness, or NAMI, the Depressed Cake Shop will be the nonprofit’s main event for National […]

Queer Fiction: A Not So New Fiction

Every week, six days a week, the Gay City LGBTQ Library opens it doors to the public, offering the voluminous amounts of literature to those interested in furthering their literary sphere. These works of literature aren’t considered the norm or even commonly found within one’s local library. The Gay City LGBTQ library serves the purpose […]

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