Upperclassmen Still Struggle to Find Housing Off Campus

Following Housing and Residence Life’s (HRL) announcement last spring that juniors and seniors would no longer be guaranteed on-campus housing, many of those students found themselves frantically searching for a place to live on short notice. NICK TURNER • THE SPECTATOR The housing market on Capitol Hill can be extra competitive for students. This year, […]

Seahawks Offseason Update

It is almost time for one of the biggest events of the year: the NFL Draft. The Seattle Seahawks have some glaring holes in their roster and the draft is one of the best ways to build a team, and the Seahawks have been excellent at it in the past. PHOTO VIA JOHN FROSCHAUER, AP […]

SU Research Journal Prepares Its Inaugural Issue

This May, Seattle University will complete its first step to becoming a more renowned research university. The Seattle University’s Undergraduate Research Journal’s, or SUURJ, debut year, will be featuring the work and research of students across campus in one place to document the academic achievements of multiple disciplines. J. DOMINGO • THE SPECTATOR Jeremy Bjelajak […]

Upstream Music Festival Looks to Promote Local Talent

On May 11-13, Upstream will conduct its inaugural festival, bringing together acts from all over the Pacific Northwest to showcase their talents. In a phone interview, Executive Producer Jeff Vetting shed some light on what to expect for attendees. IMAGE COURTESY OF UPSTREAM MUSIC FEST + SUMMIT Upstream Music Fest + Summit takes place on […]

Las Cafeteras Visit Seattle from East LA

Strobe lights focused on the tarima, which was placed at the center of the stage. VIA RAFAEL CARDENAS The tarima is a wooden platform that is used in traditional Son Jarocho music. Typically, one dances on the rectangular tarima wearing heeled shoes or boots. This zapateado dance, creating a percussive sound, adds to the music. […]

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