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BOO-yah: Great Halloween Activities in the PNW

Aslan McCurdy, Staff Writer

October 19, 2015

This October is filled with fun activities for you and your friends participate in. In order to get the perfect Instagram post for this fall, look no further than Snohomish. Craven Farms, a pumpkin patch complete with cute baby farm animals and a corn maze is open throughout October, and admission is...

A Shock to Your Ears: Earshot Jazz Festival

Paul Winebrenner, Staff Writer

October 19, 2015

Beginning on October 9th, Earshot Jazz Festival will kick of the beginning of the jazz season. The festival, which has been running since 1986, is predicted to draw its largest crowd yet to the fifteen venues it hosts. This year’s festival will run from October 9th to November 18th at venues tha...

All For One, And One For All

All For One, And One For All

Gabi Jeakle, Staff Writer

October 19, 2015

Adventure! Swords! French people! They’ll all come together November 5-8 in Seattle Prep’s production of The Three Musketeers based on novelist Alexander Dumas’ tale of adventure and intrigue. The tale follows D'Artagnan who sets off for Paris in search of adventure with his sister Sabine. Their...

Music Madness: Fall Boasts New Releases

Mikaela Frigillana and Mariella Saludares

October 15, 2015

What better way to start off the 2015-2016 school year than with new music? Ranging from pop and alternative styles to R&B, artists left and right are releasing fresh tracks for their listeners. The next few months will be exciting ones for the music industry, and this is just a first taste of the...

Artist Spotlight

Artist Spotlight

October 15, 2015

  At Prep there are many different art classes offered and many students’ art skills shine through in these classes. An artist’s work from each grade level was chosen to show off their talents and the artist each gave a brief explanation of their piece.    ...

“Autumnatic” Must-Haves

Mimi Jurion, Staff Writer

October 15, 2015

Autumn has arrived, and Pumpkin Spice Lattes aren't the only things keeping us warm this season. It's very difficult to wake up in the morning and pick out an outfit that is fashionable, yet comfortable and cozy. Luckily, this year's trends for fall consist of soft textures. The chilly, crisp air around...

Everest Climbs to the Top This Weekend

George Kent, Staff Writer

October 3, 2015

Drama. Suspense. Frostbite. The best word to describe Everest, the new film directed by Baltasar Kormákur, is 'solid.' The film recounts the true events of May 10, 1996 when a team of amateur mountain climbers attempting to summit Mt. Everest were hit by a sudden wind storm. Smartly and diligently written,...

‘Ultron’ Delivers Fun, Action

George Kent, Staff Writer

May 15, 2015

By George Kent Avengers, Age of Ultron has been the most anticipated movie of the year, and has already topped the box offices in its opening weekend, but does it live up to the hype? Can any movie live up to the hype garnered by the first Avengers movie, directed by Joss Whedon, which was universally acclaimed made billions in the box office? Whedon...

Going Green and Gold for St. Patrick’s Day

Meghan McLaughlin, Editor-in-Chief

March 17, 2015

  With spring just around the corner, flowers come into bloom, leaves return to the trees, and that fresh green color is restored to the great outdoors. Yet this may not be the only type of green that will be seen. March 17 is the day one is obliged to receive a quick pinch for the absence of...

Into the Woods and Down the Drain

March 14, 2015

JEFFREY PELAYO '17 2015 is predicted to be the year for bigger, better, and bolder movies. The year has barely begun, yet viewers are already excited for what 2015 has to offer. Although 2014 had the least viewer ratings for cinematic history, the film industry is trying to make 2015 the year where it all changes. There were some movies that ended 2014 w...

SNL Hits 40 Years

March 11, 2015

LEEDS RISING '16 On February 22, 2015, one of the greatest American television shows reached a major milestone. As of last Sunday, Satur­day Night Live had aired 40 seasons since 1975. After “The Tonight Show with John­ny Carson” had its re-runs no longer run on the weekends in 1974, NBC was look­ing...

Students Clash Viewpoints on Academy Awards

George Kent, Staff Writer

February 16, 2015

With the Academy Awards rapidly approaching, the Panther asked two students to give their viewpoints on the Ceremony. The results were amusing. 'the Movie Lover': The Academy Awards have long been the epitome of snootiness in film. There are no explosions or one liners here. Instead, viewers strap in...

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