Courtesy Under the Sound

Fall Ball is almost here! With just one day left, SEAC cannot wait to welcome our friends and peers to the Seattle Aquarium for our annual event. We as a council are privileged and humbled for the opportunity to share, dance, and create memories at one of Seattle’s most iconic locations. We are looking forward […]

Local Art Exhibition Explores Labor and Value

Fruit peels, bent pins and broken porcelain vessels dangled from the walls of the 4Culture gallery in Pioneer Square on Thursday, Nov. 2. This assortment of objects was a part of an installation called “Production Valued,” which is the brainchild of Satpreet Kahlon, a Seattle-based artist from Punjab, India. EMILY MOZZONE • THE SPECTATOR Draping […]

“Art to Read” Showcases Complexity in Books and Comics

Intricate drawings, abstract art, and rhythmic music filled the Seattle Center for the Short Run Comix and Art Festival on Saturday, Nov. 4. The Short Run Comix and Art Festival showcased artists that created work imagining books in obscure ways through art and comics. Artists reimagined books through installation pieces, hand-drawn comics and sketches. Some […]

Long-Awaited John Green Novel Brings Fans to Bellingham

Popular young adult novelist and video blogger John Green is touring the United States to promote his new book, “Turtles All the Way Down”, following the book’s release on Oct. 10. Fans gathered in Bellingham, Washington, at Village Books at Western Washington University to see Green, who works with his brother, Hank Green, to produce […]

Seattle U Students Learn to Balance Their Diet

With tuition costs rising nationwide, more college students are feeling the financial strain of trying to feed themselves on a budget. At one point or another, students may find themselves eating mostly ramen noodles or begging a first-year friend with a large meal plan surplus to go on a food run and mercifully stock them […]

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