The Seattle Prep Panther

Addiction Behind Bars

Mimi Parent, Staff Writer

November 8, 2018

Drug abuse is an epidemic throughout the United States; however, most drug users are felons. The United States Office of National Drug Control Policy found that an estimated 82% of prisoners tested positive for at least one illicit drug upon entering prison. Due to the high concentration of drug users...

Your Voice, Your Vote

Beni Jurion, Staff Writer

November 8, 2018

“If people do not vote then it really puts in the question of the legitimacy of our government”

Should Our Opinions Matter?

Hobbs Hegedus, Staff Writer

November 8, 2018

This way of informing teenagers about politics with social media, could be a path to engaging an impressionable younger generation.

How Would Prep Vote?

Milo Pepper, Staff Writer

November 8, 2018

An essential element of the american experience is the ability to vote: to shape the future of one’s country and to express individual opinion. A fundamental idea to this system in America is that everyone’s opinion is heard, however the current system leaves out a significant portion of the popu...

Students Debate Importance of Electoral College

Maddie Deasy, Staff Writer

November 8, 2018

The Electoral College. To most high school students this is a pretty insignificant term, but in actuality this group gets to make one of the biggest decisions in the nation. The Electoral College is made up of 538 electors who cast votes to decide the President and Vice-President of the United States....

Alleged Voter Suppression Runs Rampant Leading up to Midterm Elections

Audrey Frigon, Managing Editor

November 5, 2018

Since the founding of America groups of people have been barred from voting based on race, gender, wealth, and literacy among others. This pattern seemingly has not changed in America leading up to the 2018 Midterm Elections, with accusations of voter suppression front and center. Republican officials...

Students Take Legal Action Against Climate Change

November 5, 2018

“It’s time for youth be given the microphone and for our voices to count on the issue of climate change.”

8 Things You Need to Know from a School Shooting Survivor

Audrey Frigon, Managing Editor

October 28, 2018

8 Things You Need to Know from a School Shooting Survivor Mo Kadenacy is a seventeen-year-old from Los Angeles, California. It was lunchtime and he was sitting in a classroom on the third floor of his school, CHAMPS Charter School, with friends and a teacher enjoying lunch. Suddenly, he heard a voice...

Cost of Campus Safety

Walid Cruz-Vanegas, Staff Writer

October 16, 2018

What is more important, a minor delay in arriving at the next class, or potentially saving student lives?

Prep Safety Compared to Carolina Schools

Beni Jurion, Staff Writer

October 16, 2018

Does Seattle Prep do enough about safety from campus intruders? On weekends and after school hours, many of the students and staff and have noticed strangers who walk on campus. This potentially can be a grave security concern for Prep.

Security at Seattle Prep

Security at Seattle Prep

October 16, 2018

The student news site of Seattle Preparatory School
Feature