The Seattle Prep Panther

Black Student Union Spreads Solidarity, Justice

Black Student Union Spreads Solidarity, Justice

February 28, 2018

When Nailah Patrick, BSU president, walked up to the podium at Prep’s celebration of Martin Luther King, she delivered a much-needed truth bomb to the 700 students sitting in the gym. Patrick repeated the insensitive comments often heard through the halls of the school. Comments like “Can I touch yo...

Prep Students Speak on Passions

Joe Robinson, Staff Writer

January 8, 2018

Emma Grossman ’20 begins her day at Teen Link by signing into their system, then checking the emails and voicemails sent in. She then starts to call and chat with any callers needing help. Teen Link is a program where teenagers aged 13 to 20 work on outreach to the community to help teens struggling...

Who’s Your Santa Figure?

Who’s Your Santa Figure?

Annika Bjornson, Editor-In-Chief

December 13, 2017

The spirit of Santa Claus is alive in the Seattle Prep community within the loving relationships between coaches and team members, teachers and students, and directors and cast mates. The Panther asked people who their "Santa figure" was at Prep and found that many people had a lot of admiration for...

Mindfulness in Students; Meditation in Stress

Tessa Zink and Tia Flores

November 13, 2017

One of Bond’s IPC students, Lauren Royce ‘21, claims that when she was guided through meditation before a test has helped her. “I totally felt so calm and relaxed when I took the test. It really helped me concentrate,”

What Stress Does to Your Health

Abby Malzewski, Staff Writer

November 8, 2017

Stress can play a role in many physical problems that you may experience, such as asthma, anxiety, depression, headaches, skin conditions, and much more.

Students Find Themselves in Strange Sleeping Circumstances

Kellen Carr, Staff Writer

November 3, 2017

Ali Willing ‘20: "One day my dog got a new dog bed, it was pretty big, and looked pretty comfortable. My dog happened to be asleep on the bed though. So to test it out I fell asleep on my dog."

How to Be a Morning Person

Tessa Zink, Staff Writer

November 3, 2017

Figure out what to wear the next day, and better yet, set it out! This will make it easier to get up and go and it will save time in the morning.

Why Sleep? Lilly T (feature)

Lilly Thompson, Staff Writer

November 3, 2017

Teenagers: so opinionated, so full of potential, so angsty, and so... tired. Walking on to the Seattle Prep campus in January can feel akin to walking onto the set of “The Walking Dead.” Between schoolwork, sports, and family- who can find the time to sleep eight hours a night? And why should you? T...

Sleep Deprived Students

Audrey Frigon, Staff Writer

November 3, 2017

On average, Prep students get six hours of sleep a night. Compare this to the amount of sleep teenagers should be getting: nine hours. It is clear that something must change.

Seniors Give Stress Advice

Clara Malone and Ella Gruen

November 2, 2017

"It is important to try techniques to cope with stress until you find the one that works best for you."

Sleep, Stress, Repeat

Sleep, Stress, Repeat

November 2, 2017

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