Trick or Treat Yourself to These Events

It is that witching time here again in Seattle. From ghosts and haunted houses, locks and a creepy basement, sea creatures, pumpkins and costumes—lots of costumes—“The Spectator” has you covered on tricks and treats for this year. VANESSA BRIMHALL • THE SPECTATOR Cat and Canary’s “Into the Basement” immersive horror event is held under the […]

Tacocat Showcases Glittery Eccentricity at Doc Martens

Bright pink balloons and abundant amounts of glitter, stars, and jewels embellished the instruments of the Seattle-based band Tacocat as they played at the Doc Martens store in Downtown Seattle last Thursday. SAMIRA SHOBEIRI • SPECTATOR Local band, Tacocat, performs at the Dr. Martens store in downtown Seattle. First expectations held ideas of innocence and […]

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 […]

“Rebrand” Puts a Twist on New Fashion

Seattle University’s Fashion Club brought a unique spin to fashion in their 10th annual fashion show. In previous years, the club has reached out to local boutiques for donations of clothing to showcase. This year, the head stylists of the show bought clothes from Goodwill and altered them. The goal was to be more sustainable […]

Somebody Call 911! Sean Kingston Is at Quadstock 2017

“The beauty of the KXSU stage at Quadstock is that it’s going to be a combination of bands who are getting pretty big in Seattle right now and bands you’d be more likely to see on Seattle University’s campus,” KXSU’s Promotions Director Jason McCue said at the Quadstock reveal party last week. CECI ESTELA • […]

Alumni Hit the Stage With D1 Improv

“Improv does not leave you after college. The sense of community within the D1 group is strong, and us teammates form close bonds that do not end; it’s a community that never leaves you,” said Maddie Piper, a sophomore double major in environmental studies and humanities for teaching, who is a current member of Seattle […]

Drag Show 2017 Shoots for the Stars

Once a year, the planets align to bring one of Seattle University’s cornerstone events. Amazing to behold like a shooting star, but like a shooting star, always over too soon. The spacethemed spectacle in question is, of course, the 11th iteration of Triangle Club’s annual Drag Show, which brought out talent from across the state […]

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