Student Art Spaces and Artsideout

Art seems to be tucked into every corner of Seattle University’s campus. From the murals at Cherry Street Market to the various outdoor sculptures on the lower mall, art is hidden in plain sight. Seattle U is even home to three on-campus galleries: Kinsey, Hedreen and Vachon. But how can the students of Seattle U […]

Local Film Festivals Provide New Lens for Social Issues

Note from the Editor: This article was co-written by Sophia Wells, Jakob Fenton and Samuel McGough, although we are currently unable to display multiple authors’ names due to technical difficulties. Students at Seattle University live in an entertainment goldmine and may not even know it. With downtown Seattle just in their backyard, students have access […]

Horoscopes: October 18, 2017

STARS INTERPRETED BY: ASTROGLAM Libra 9/23-10/22 Stabilize the bridges before you burn them both. Scorpio 10/23-11/21 It’s okay to sip the tea instead of make it. (; Sagittarius 11/22-12/21 Listen and learn so you don’t have to try again. Capricorn 12/22-1/20 Winter is coming but it’s not your turn yet, be patient. Aquarius 1/21-2/19 Wind […]

Amid Destruction of California Fires, Seattle U Supports Students

California has become a fiery inferno with multiple fires ravishing towns in the north and south. It started last Sunday, Oct. 8. At least 40 people have died, and dozens are still missing. SAMIRA SHOBEIRI • THE SPECTATOR The fires have destroyed an estimated 5,700 structures, and 75,000 people evacuated from their homes. The fires have […]

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. […]

Seattle U Research Journal Takes Off on Their Second Year

“The Impact of Spirituality and Stress on the Health of Emerging Adults” and “Mental Illness as Social Disruption in Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” and “Failures of U.S. Foreign Aid.” These aren’t research articles written by a graduate student, nor did an accomplished professor write them. Seattle University undergraduate students wrote these articles during the first […]

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