Unrest in America

Fiona Fitzpatrick

June 9, 2020

On Sunday, April 20th and again on May 9th, thousands gathered in Olympia at the state capital to protest the stay at home order. As millions of Washingtonians shelter in place, an eclectic group defied orders to voice their anger...

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...

Music For Sex or Music For the Heart?

Keith Porteous, Reporter and Editor

April 20, 2020

There’s a large misconception around the belief that musicians, singers and creatives alike share the motivation- not that of passion for their art- but, instead, that of receiving the praise and pleasures that come with th...

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December 20, 2019

Why it’s Not Too Late to Learn New Skills

Per Kohlstaedt, Copy Editor

March 28, 2019

At a certain point in a high schoolers life, they may start to develop thoughts that they have reached a point where they can’t learn completely new skills or gain more knowledge. After all, if it took them this long to devel...

To Be A Hero: The Super Powers Within All Of Us

Jarod Stevens, Photo Journalist

March 18, 2019

Hero. A word that undoubtedly conjures images of something from Marvel or D.C comics, maybe even a soldier charging into battle prepared to die for their country. But being a hero isn’t something that only exists in fiction and...

The “Walk to State” is Unfair and Hurts Others

Samantha Baker, Managing Editor

March 18, 2019

It’s 2:20 on a Friday, and you’re forced out of your sixth period, packed into the main hallway to line up and cheer on students as they walk out of the doors. It’s a celebration of sorts, recognition for students who are...

Address Immediately All Cases of Cyberbullying

Sage Bertch, Copy Editor

January 11, 2019

Despite concerns, cyberbullying is not on the rise. So take heart, if you are a victim, that people are learning how to be kind and that they can be blocked or legally held accountable for their behavior (which is not quite the...

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I am More Than Enough

January 10, 2019

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