Seattle U Research Journal Takes Off on Their Second Year

“The Impact of Spirituality and Stress on the Health of Emerging Adults” and “Mental Illness as Social Disruption in Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” and “Failures of U.S. Foreign Aid.” These aren’t research articles written by a graduate student, nor did an accomplished professor write them. Seattle University undergraduate students wrote these articles during the first […]

Doctors Without Borders Simulates Refugee Experience

Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), also known as Doctors Without Borders, was founded in 1971 by a group of French doctors and journalists who wanted to help those caught in the crossfire of war, violence and other natural disasters. One of the founding principles of this organization is to bear witness and speak for those who […]

Seattle U Will Maintain Obama-Era Title IX Procedures

Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos intends to alter Title IX, a 1972 education amendment that prohibits discriminations on the basis of sex in any education program that receives federal funding. This includes most K-12 institutions and a large majority of colleges, both public and private because of federal funding in financial aid programs. TAYLOR GUY […]

Chasing Coral: Diving into Ocean Conservation

Within our lifetime, the ocean may become a graveyard filled with the barren skeletons of millions of animals. In the not-so-distant future, diving will be a completely different experience, one lacking the vast array of vibrant colors that have always spread across the seafloor. Coral, an animal that provides a vital ecosystem for fish and […]

Redhawks Find Their Flock

Exploring the new clubs of Seattle University Note from the Editor: This article was co-written by Frances Divinagracia and Natalie Monahan, although we are currently unable to display multiple authors’ names due to technical difficulties. NICK TURNER • THE SPECTATOR Students, new and old, flocked to tables during the Involvement Fair to sign up for new […]

Honor Society Screens Movie on Indigenous Migration

Seattle University’s International Studies Honor Society, Sigma Iota Rho, gathered last week with community members to learn about and discuss the migration of indigenous people at a screening of the drama film “Ixcanul.” VIA FLICK.CO Olivia Mejia and Seth Walker are the president and vice-president of Sigma Iota Rho, The mission of Sigma Iota Rho […]

TEDx Highlights the Innovators and Visionaries at SU

Seattle University recently hosted its very own TEDx event called “Shaping Upcoming Generations” that showcased speakers and students considered to be positive influences for future generations. Each presenter’s insight varied from education to advocacy and uplifting the youth in the traditional TED talk format. ELISE WANG • THE SPECTATOR SU hosted the Shaping Upcoming Generations TEDx […]

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