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On the Front Lines of Coronavirus

Abby Allen, Staff Writer

“This will pass, and we will all be okay, so as the future decision-makers and leaders of our communities, educate yourselves, believe in science, math, research, community, family, friends, goodness, kindness, and personal responsibility.”

May 26, 2020 0 comments

At Home with Mr. Hickey: Thoughts on COVID-19 and School Closure

Gabby Stuart, Staff Writer

From the first two-week school closure to an escalation of an entire school year, COVID-19 has continued to impact Prep students and the people who hold Prep together: the...

May 26, 2020 0 comments

Staying Connected During Quarantine

May 26, 2020

A Day in the Life of Quarantine

May 20, 2020

College and Coronavirus: How do we Carry On?

April 10, 2020

At Home with Mr. Hickey: Thoughts on COVID-19 and School Closure
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Grace Weiand, Visual Editor
May 26, 2020

I’ve had plenty of time to reflect on the past few years, so I’ve compiled a list of four things I’ve learned in four years. Spoiler alert: I’m going to miss Seattle Prep very much. Teachers want you to succeed. I used to get really in my head about asking teachers for help. The sooner I got over that fear, the sooner I was able to do my best. Every teacher at Prep is here to help you learn. Many of them are parents who very much understand what we’re all going through. Since I got...

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Danica Dytioco, Online Editor
May 26, 2020

Four years, seven hundred and twenty days, a thousand four hundred and forty hours. While that time on campus was cut short, the class of 2020 still did not hesitate to leave their mark on Prep culture. For many in the class of 2020, they had siblings who knew Prep culture and who set their expectations for what to expect for the upcoming four years. While it is one thing to hear second hand of the loving community that Prep fosters, it is another to truly experience it firsthand. Even for senior...

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Lauren Day, Online Editor
May 26, 2020

A cliché is a thing or phrase that becomes overused and common place. English teachers cringe when seeing them in writing, and so do I. But I don’t completely hate them. In my opinion, they’re poetic. They hold truths about life that would otherwise take people years to discover on their own. My current favorites? “Everything happens for a  reason” and “life is too short.” Everything happens for a reason. Our senior year being disrupted due to Coronavirus is one of those things....

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