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COVID-19 Coverage
5 Fun COVID-Friendly Holiday Activities
5 Fun COVID-Friendly Holiday Activities
Kelly McGarry, Staff Writer • December 16, 2020

During the pandemic, it seems like the activities people can partake in are limited. With this list, that will not be the case anymore. Go...

Daniel Soto Parra
COVID spurs creativity in fitness
Kelsey Hamilton, Staff Writer • December 14, 2020

In the past, when people wanted to work out, gyms, pools, and other training facilities were all possibilities. Now, because of COVID, these...

PULSE takes the stage: This time, at home.
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Seattle Prep COVID Precautions
Kate Ridgeway, Managing Editor • November 9, 2020

A How-To Video on staying safe and navigating campus correctly.

Will Weighs In
Will Weighs In: How do I find the motivation to make money to earn a living?
Will Weighs In: How do I find the motivation to make money to earn a living?
Will Thompson, Staff Writer • November 5, 2020

Thank you for this question. This question gives me an opportunity to address something I have been wanting to get off my chest for a long time....

What Teachers Are Really Doing Over Break
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Self-Care is Healthcare
Self-Care is Healthcare
Tia Flores, Co-Online Editor • December 17, 2020

In recent years, the term “self-care” has become more common in today’s media. Meditating and sleeping apps, wellness podcasts, and yoga enrollment have skyrocketed in the past decade. Taking care of one’s physical and mental well-being may seem like a trend, but it shouldn’t just be an activity that will phase out of popularity. Self-care should be practiced every day, as it is essential...

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To Vote or Not to Vote
Clara Malone, Visuals Editor • November 2, 2020

Is the act of voting truly the most democratic act an American can do? Throughout the 2020 presidential campaigns, many  people are considering themselves to have better morals, because they are deciding to vote for neither Joe Biden nor Donald Trump, or for a third party. Voting for the lesser of two evils can be life changing for those that are directly affected by Trump’s policy. Some of...

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Ms. Ritchie’s Triathlon Triumph
Ms. Ritchie’s Triathlon Triumph
Eamon Mohrbacher, Staff Writer • December 16, 2020

Eighty of anything is a lot, but eighty triathlons? That is insane! Ms. Ritchie is a Health and Exercise Science Teacher at Seattle Prep, and she is also a successful, committed...

Carlie Lindsay training for Crew on Lake Union.
Covid-19 Impacts College Recruiting Process
Jack Coleman, Staff Writer • December 16, 2020

Every year colleges judge student-athletes based on their athleticism and skill in their respective sports. Although sports seasons were and are canceled indefinitely, Colleges...

Three Prep Athletes Commit to Collegiate Athletics
Three Prep Athletes Commit to Collegiate Athletics
Natalie Nowak, Online Editor • December 14, 2020

November 11th, 2020 marks a very important day for three Seattle Prep seniors—Nick Kuebler, Maddie Mooney, and Tamia Stricklin—signing day. The recruiting process for...

Students Anticipate their “Holly Jolly” Christmas Food Traditions
Piper Wood, Staff Writer • December 18, 2020

The holidays are a special time of the year for lots of families in the Prep community.  Traditions are an important part of celebrating the holidays, even if this year some traditions can’t be honored. ...

Sophomore Charles Cook Poses By A Frog Lantern at Woodland Park Zoo
Woodland Park Zoo Introduces WildLanterns This Holiday Season
Nick Pickel, Staff Writer • December 17, 2020

For the past 7 years, Woodland Park Zoo has put on the well-received “WildLights” event in which they used LED lights to recreate scenes of nature and animals along the zoo’s pathways. This year,...

Dash and Lily - The New Series to Binge
Dash and Lily - The New Series to Binge
Annie Roske, Staff Writer • December 16, 2020

Premiered in early November, Dash and Lily is an eight-episode series on Netflix, taking place in New York City in late December before, during, and after Christmas. It follows two teenagers, Dash and...

Get to Know the Panther Staff
Delphine Mock
Delphine Mock
Staff Writer

Delphine Mock is a freshman at Seattle Prep and looking forward to her first year on the Panther staff! She loves swimming, spending time with her friends and two dogs, and playing softball. You can also...

Jack Coleman
Jack Coleman
Staff Writer

Jack Coleman sophomore at Seattle Prep and this is his second year writing for Journalism. He enjoys playing soccer, basketball, and tennis. His all-time favorite drink is Diet Peach Snapple. He drank...

Beni Jurion
Beni Jurion
Managing Editor

As a junior, it is Beni’s third year on the staff and his first year as co-managing editor. Beni has two sisters: Mimi and Sophie (both former Panther Editor-in-Chief). Beni enjoys traveling to other...

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