Scheduling Delay Leaves Students Without Health Services

Often, staying healthy is difficult while studying for midterms, completing essays and navigating the dynamic between one’s roommates. Students often place their health on the backburner, intensifying any susceptibility to illness, both physical and mental. Currently, the main effort to help direct students in the care of their health are those of the Wellness and […]

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 […]

Seattle U Maintains Birth Control Coverage Amid Federal Changes

Note from the Editor: This article was co-written by Rachel Larson and Lukas Kret, although we are currently unable to display multiple authors’ names due to technical difficulties. The White House rolled back portions of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) on Friday, Oct. 6, that required employers to provide their employees insurance coverage for contraceptives. […]

Op-Ed: How Does One Say No?

Something I have noticed in college is that for many students, saying no to added responsibility is not an option. I feel like I am missing out, letting someone down, giving myself too much grace. It’s not FOMO, I don’t regret missing out on a day-long $30 drunken field trip to neighboring backyards or anything. […]

SU Healthcare Debate Provides Context, New Perspectives

For many Seattle University students, the Affordable Care Act has been in place for almost a third of their lives. Now, as the conversation around health care re-enters the political sphere, they may feel lost in the terminology, rhetoric and convoluted legal jargon. EMILY MOZZONE • THE SPECTATOR In order to make this conversation accessible […]

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