Student Body President Pa Ousman Jobe Seeks Inclusivity and Communication

Pa Ousman Jobe has quickly made his mark on Seattle University as a student, an Alfie Scholar and now the 2017-2018 student body president. SAMIRA SHOBEIRI • THE SPECTATOR Current SGSU president, Pa Ousman. A finance major and economics minor who transferred last year from Highline Community College, Jobe previously served as Highline’s Student Body […]

State of the Union: SGSU Moves Forward After a String of Resignations Highlight Persistent Problems

Following a series of resignations, Student Government of Seattle University (SGSU) is in a state of flux. After four representatives have departed from their positions, current members of the governing body are working to evolve and propel the organization forward, while also identifying ways to improve the critical relationship between student government and university administration. […]

SGSU President Carlos Rodriguez Resigns

On Monday Carlos Rodriguez, President of Student Government of Seattle University, announced his resignation. He spoke with the Spectator one day prior. Here are a few excerpts from the interview: NICK TURNER • THE SPECTATOR Rodriguez plans on holding the Seattle U administration accountable after he leaves office. Nick Turner: When did the thought first […]

What’s New With SGSU

Illustrated by Emma Fried • The Spectator The votes are in, and the Student Government of Seattle University has announced its seven student body representatives for the new school year. Some of these students are new to Seattle U, and some are in their third and fourth years, but they all share a common goal: […]

The Votes are in Say Hello to the 2015-2016 SGSU Reps

The results from the spring student government elections are in. Next year’s representatives are a diverse bunch seeking more transparency between the student body and school administration. They hope to make positive changes and plan on collaborating and working with the Seattle U community to make sure voices and concerns are not just heard, but […]

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