SEAC Helps Students Get to Comic Con for Free

Every March, there comes a time where the downtown area has heavier traffic than usual. Zombies, superheroes, and all manner of other characters become a common sight on the streets. The occasion is, of course, Emerald City Comic Con, which is celebrating its 15th consecutive year as one of Seattle’s biggest pop culture celebrations. Over […]

Dong Thap Noodles: A Pho-Nomenal Bowl of Food

For those looking to find sweet refuge from the stormy week in a cozy noodle shop, look no further! Bring a group of friends in to Dong Thap noodles for some pho-nomenal food, huge servings, and fairly reasonable prices. SAMIRA SHOBEIRI • THE SPECTATOR A hot bowl of small Pho Tai Nam with Sriracha sauce […]

Chris D’Elia Throws a Real Bash at Neptune Theater

“Everybody was taught from an early age to believe they’re special, but in reality we just pretend to be the main character in the movie of our own lives.” ANNIE CHANG • THE SPECTATOR Nobody is safe and nothing is sacred. Chris D’Elia has no limits. Everyone and everything serves as material for him to […]

Ezell’s Chicken Boasts Amazing Dinner Rolls (and Chicken)

Located on the corner in the Central District sits a local Seattle legend: Ezell’s Chicken; The shop is humble, it contradicts the rise of chic cafes and flashy fusion restaurants that are recently springing up around Capitol Hill and surrounding neighborhoods. TESS OWEN • THE SPECTATOR Freshly fried chicken made by Ezell’s. Although modest from […]

In Defense of Umbrellas

There is a particular phenomenon within the Pacific Northwest; one that becomes ever-present, even inescapable, each winter. Growing up in south Seattle, I never learned of this so-called “rule.” But one fateful day two years ago, I moved to Cap Hill and everything changed. “No one in Seattle uses umbrellas,” one student touted at me. […]

Men’s Rugby is Back in Action

Last weekend, Seattle University’s mens rugby club returned to Logan Field for the first official game of their second season. After weeks of practicing and a close scrimmage game against Willamette University, Seattle U was ready to take on University of Puget Sound (UPS), one of the main contenders in the Pacific Northwest Rugby Football […]

Softball Strives for Consistency in 2017

After ending their 2016 season with 19 wins out of 33 games, expectations for the Seattle University Softball team this year remain high despite a rough start with only 2 wins out of 10 games. MANDY RUSCH • THE SPECTATOR “We ended really strong last year, and I thought it would carry over, but we’ve […]

Seattle U Baseball Splits Opening Series

Seattle University’s baseball team opened up the 2017 season this past weekend, splitting a four game series against Southern Illinois University Edwardsville. PHOTO VIA SEATTLE UNIVERSITY ATHLETICS, RICK MAY Max Modeste swings for the fences in game one of a double header. The Redhawks (2-2) started off strong with a doubleheader on opening day, winning […]

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