The Seattle Prep Panther

Snowpocalypse Dumps Extra Schoolwork on Seattle Prep Students

Kate Leahy, Editor-in-Chief

March 11, 2019

Filed under Editorial

If you thought Viadoom was going to be the only challenge Seattle would face in February, then you were wrong. The past two weeks, which accumulated the most snow in February since 1916, have rightfully earned the name “Snowpocalypse”...

The Power of Youth

Gabi Jeakle, Editor in Chief

March 11, 2019

Filed under Editorial

America was built upon youth rebellion. In the late 1960’s, kids stood up. 18 year olds marched, rallied, and dissented in an attempt to shed light on the injustices of the Vietnam war. in 2018, as a response to the mass shoo...

U.S. Responds to Migrant Caravan at Border with Dangerous Tear Gas

Chloe Saharic, Online Editor

December 9, 2018

Filed under Editorial, Opinion

"Minor or not, any form of chemical gas should not be used to harm people trying to seek refuge from a life of violence and poverty."

Education for Sale

Lilly Thompson, Online Editor

December 9, 2018

Filed under Editorial, Opinion

Unfair curve? Oh, well. Test leaked? Not their problem!

What I Learned from Carlton the Crab

Abby Arthur, Photography Editor

November 7, 2018

Filed under Editorial, Opinion, Uncategorized

Senior Pilgrimage. A retreat full of bonding, strolling through Kent, and making friendship bracelets. When people hear ‘senior pilgrimage’, the first thought that comes to their head is not often: ‘new pet’. However,...

Blue Wave: Proceed with Caution

Joe Robinson, Social Media Editor

November 7, 2018

Filed under Editorial, Opinion

Across liberal-leaning news sources, predictions of a possible insurgence of democratic turnout at the polls has taken ahold of political strategists and trend predictors. The “blue wave”, as it has been deemed, has been a...

Believe Women

Gabi Jeakle, Editor in Chief

November 7, 2018

Filed under Editorial, Opinion

  “I am here because I believe it is my civic duty to tell you what happened to me while Brett Kavanaugh and I were in high school.” This is what democracy looks like. A woman who is brave enough to tell her story....

Blue Wave: Proceed With Caution

Joe Robinson, Social Media Editor

November 7, 2018

Filed under Editorial, Opinion

I do not believe the blue wave will come, especially at such a magnitude that it will completely alter the political landscape of Congress.

Fight for Net Neutrality Not Over

Kellen Kavanagh, Sports Editor

May 26, 2018

Filed under Editorial, Opinion

On May 16, the US Senate voted against the FCC ruling to preserve Net Neutrality, the principle that internet service providers cannot deny or restrict access to select sites; that is,- ISPs must be indifferent to what sites are...

Senior Year: Unstuck in Time

Emma Cooney, Editor-in-Chief

May 26, 2018

Filed under Editorial, Opinion

This year among all the other Sr. required reading, I managed to read Kurt Vonnegut’s Slaughterhouse 5, in which the main character Billy Pilgrim is “unstuck in time,” living various moments throughout his life at random...

James Martin: A Modern Jesuit

Annika Bjornson, Editor-in-Chief

May 25, 2018

Filed under Editorial, Opinion

Many of the people we look up to as a society are the famed, charismatic, and attractive movie stars, singers, and millionaires. As teenage students of a Jesuit school, there are not many public figures with strong Jesuit values...

Forget About the Stigma: Male Nurses in the Field

Sophie Freeman, Photo Editor

May 23, 2018

Filed under Editorial, Opinion

When one hears the word “nurse,” they will probably picture a woman. When one hears the word “doctor,” they will probably picture a man. More often than not, male nurses are mistaken for doctors, solely based on the fact...

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