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COVID-19 Coverage
Seniors and Counselors Share Perspectives on Virtual College Tours
Hobbs Hegedus, Staff Writer • November 10, 2020
During the pandemic, college admissions have transferred to the digital world. All prospective student information is now online, with colleges recording or streaming interviews, information meetings and campus tours. This new form of college touring brings many new benefits and some consequences.
Covid Updates – What’s Going on in Our World
Delphine Mock, Staff Writer • November 5, 2020

Covid Updates – What’s Going on in Our World Stemming from a potential super spreader event at the White House. President Trump hosted...

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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....

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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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Why We Should “Cancel” Cancel Culture
Kate Ridgeway, Managing Editor • October 5, 2020
Is cancel culture effective at promoting long-lasting societal change, or does it instead promote further division?
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Club vs High School Soccer: The New Normal
Kelsey Hamilton, Staff Writer • November 20, 2020

Before COVID, cheering and shouting could often be heard a couple of blocks away from a sports field. This spring, the fields went quiet and still due to COVID, though they...

Prep’s Female Athletes Find Motivation in Weekly EmpowHER Hours
Prep’s Female Athletes Find Motivation in Weekly EmpowHER Hours
Natalie Nowak, Online Editor • November 10, 2020

When the word “athletics” comes to mind, many students are likely quick to think about their workouts, drills, practices, and gameday. However, Varsity Girls Lacrosse...

Fall Sports Delayed: Washington Students Work to Persuade the Governor
Natalie Nowak, Online Editor • October 9, 2020
After creating a document addressing all the WIAA’s concerns about resuming sports by analyzing 40 other school’s successful strategies for fall play, and receiving very little response from the WIAA or the Department of Public Health, they went to the capitol in Olympia to give and hear speeches from athletes about the importance of Fall sports to them.
Drive-in movie theater at Canlis in Queen Anne.
2020 Summer Trend: Drive-In Movie Theaters
Hannah DeGroot, Staff Writer • November 17, 2020

While most summer activities across the U.S. were canceled due to coronavirus, one had its biggest comeback yet. Drive-in movie theaters became one of the most popular things to do this summer across the...

Twisted Tales - Stories Reimagined
Twisted Tales - Stories Reimagined
Ava Pitts and Delphine Mock November 2, 2020

The current state of the world and the Covid-19 outbreaks have caused the Seattle Prep Drama program to think outside the box for this year’s school play. This year's play is "Twisted Tales: Stories...

Is Hubie Halloween a Trick or Treat to Watch?
Is Hubie Halloween a Trick or Treat to Watch?
Jeffrey Go and Jack Coleman October 31, 2020

The scary, Spooktacular holiday of Halloween is right around the corner, and with the holiday comes many Halloween themed movies. With so many great Halloween movies to choose from this year, people need...

Get to Know the Panther Staff
Piper Wood
Piper Wood
Staff Writer

I'm Piper Wood and I am a senior at Seattle Prep.  This is my second year on the Panther!  I love the movie Ratatouille and my favorite dog is a Bernedoodle.  I watch Netflix with subtitles on because...

Cara Weigand
Cara Weigand
Staff Writer

Cara Weigand is a senior at Seattle Preparatory School and has been a member of the Panther staff since junior year. She enjoys experimenting with different baking recipes, playing lax and soccer for Seattle...

Eamon Mohrbacher
Eamon Mohrbacher
Staff Writer

Hi! My name is Eamon Mohrbacher and I am a freshman at Seattle Prep. I enjoy playing soccer, basketball, and golf, and I love to read. I live with my mom, dad and 2 fish. My favorite Ice cream is swiss...

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