SEAC’s 2014 Fall Ball titled “The Jazz Age” was held at the EMP. Photos by Taylor de Laveaga • The Spectator.
The typically quiet outdoor space in front of the Lemieux Library and McGoldrick Learning Commons transformed into a vibrant hub of civil disobedience on Tuesday as students, faculty and other supporters gathered for the Seattle University Budget Transparency Rally & Petition. More than 30 supporters chanted passionately in unison and held signs, some in the […]
Next weekend, hundreds of student and faculty researchers from Northwest private colleges and universities will gather in Vancouver, Wash. for the 23rd Annual Murdock College Science Research Conference. This conference is a chance for students to share their research with fellow students as well as the greater collegiate science community. Seattle University is sending nearly […]
Five years ago, Capitol Hill Sound Transit kicked off a project to create a light rail that will connect Downtown Seattle, the University of Washington and Capitol Hill. The final stages of the project began earlier this summer with the exit of the giant crane that had occupied E. John St. and Broadway since the […]
Seattle University’s Cross Country teams ran themselves to a strong showing on Saturday as they hosted the Emerald City Open at Lower Woodland Park. Teams from the University of Washington, Oregon State, Seattle Pacific, and a handful of local running clubs were also featured at the open. Sophie Curatilo won the women’s 6k race with […]
Mount Calvary Christian Center has a new neighbor: Uncle Ike’s Pot Shop. The churchgoers aren’t happy about it. Rampant crime once haunted the area near 23rd and East Union St., where the church and Seattle’s new weed shop now reside. But in the last decade, this part of the Central District has seen a declining […]
With the click of a mouse—or 17,601 clicks, to be exact—art enthusiasts and social media users have hand-picked the pieces to be displayed in the Frye Art Museum’s upcoming exhibit, #SocialMedium. This past August, anyone who ever thought they could curate artwork had the opportunity to prove themselves, and the only prerequisite was access to […]
For James Hirata, mindfulness is the key to producing truly great art. As the 2014 Seattle University Visual Artist in Residence (SUVAIR), Hirata is eager to instruct the next generation of up-and-coming artists. During his six-month residency beginning July 7 and ending January 9, Hirata will work with scholars and students from a variety of […]