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 […]

What Do We Mean When We Say ‘The Big One?’

In 2015, when the New Yorker published an article about the massive earthquake expected in Seattle, it caused many in the Pacific Northwest to panic. With the last major Washington earthquake occurring in 2001, experts are expecting “the big one” to rival that of Japan’s 2011 quake. COURTESY OF SEATTLE MUNICIPAL ARCHIVES Cadillac Hotel damage […]

Asking Mama Mozzone

Giving relationship advice of any kind. Q: I think my dorm room is haunted. What do I do? A: Although relationships between mortals and ghosts is a new one for me – I’d recommend offering a friendly gift to show it you mean no harm. Odds are, the dorm room has belonged to the ghost far […]

The Hidden Horrors of Seattle University

CAROLINE DANIEL (PHOTO) AND CONNOR MERRION (DESIGN) • THE SPECTATOR Seattle University recently celebrated its 126th anniversary since its official founding in 1891. This, of course, means that every single original faculty member, professor and student who stepped foot on the very ground we work, teach and study on today is most certainly dead. Naturally, this […]

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