Quarantine, or house arrest?

Aidan Johnson, Writer/Layout

June 9, 2020

As the nation grapples with the Coronavirus pandemic, governments across the country have implemented a variety of policies and mandates to try and curb it’s spread.  In Washington, State Governor Inslee has issued a proclamatio...

Challenges of Remote Learning

Troy Peternell

June 9, 2020

On March 12, 2019, school districts throughout Washington closed their doors on on-site education. After two weeks of getting all students connected and familiar with distance learning, the school districts voted on how students...

New Washington State Sex Education Law

Troy Peternell and Fiona Fitzpatrick

May 20, 2020

Washington state’s new sexual education bill is a major step in the right direction, but there are several problems it fails to address completely. The bill requires that every public school provide “comprehensive sexual...

Misconceptions Are Damaging The Case For Climate Change

Fiona Fitzpatrick, Reporter/Editor

December 20, 2019

In today's age of rampant misinformation, it has become imperative that citizens are fully aware of the fog surrounding issues such as climate change. The argument for climate change is being undermined by the misconceptions spread on...

Civil Right Movement And Rosa Parks

Kaitlyn Bertsch, Writer

December 20, 2019

Steven Reed Montomgerys mayor had this to say about Rosa Parks “Today, on the second official Rosa Parks Day, we honor a seamstress and a servant, one whose courage ran counter to her physical stature. She was a consummate cont...

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