The Seattle Prep Panther

Stress vs Anxiety: Is There a Difference?

Lauren Day, Staff Writer

October 31, 2017

Typically, being stressed is a short-term condition that goes away when the stressor disappears.

How to Deal With Damage

Lilly Thompson, Staff Writer

October 17, 2017

The first step is to calm down. Take some deep breaths and realize that you'll be fine.

Burks Gives Parking Advice

Walid Cruz-Vanegas and Lilly Thompson

October 17, 2017

I try not to give students JUG if they already have a ticket, but if the JUG came before the ticket, there’s not much I can do about that.

Students Share Parking Mishaps and Experiences

Isabella Yuson, Staff Writer

October 17, 2017

As  Senior Ashley Mah was trying to position her car into her tight parking spot, she says she bumped into a car trying to reverse, bumped into a different car while driving forward, bumped into the yellow pole reversing once again, and then finally drove away.

Parking JUG Easily Avoidable, Says Stearns

Joe Robinson, Staff Writer

October 17, 2017

If you are within your 6 month limit with your license, you better not be driving other students around. We know your birthday!

Seattle Prep Parking

Seattle Prep Parking

Annika Bjornson, Editor-in-Chief

October 17, 2017

For years, Prep students have struggled with the everlasting problem of Prep parking. Parking and driving mistakes are one of the most common reasons students are assigned JUG.

Keith Knight: Informing America One Cartoon at a Time

Keith Knight: Informing America One Cartoon at a Time

Emma Cooney, Editor-in-Chief

July 28, 2017

When cartoonist Keith Knight came to visit Prep in May, he met a lot of students who couldn’t decide whether they should laugh or cringe at his art. Though that reaction may be uncommon for some artists, Knight’s cartoons, largely focused on issues of race in America, with an emphasis on police brutality,...

Fr. Fitterer Plans for the Future

Fr. Fitterer Plans for the Future

Emma Cooney, Managing Editor

May 23, 2017

Father Paul Fitterer has been Prep’s priest for 38 years, and is going to retire after this year. He sat down with the Panther one last time to talk about future plans and, in true Jesuit fashion, to reflect upon his time at Prep. What are your plans for the future? The plans for the immediate fu...

Senior Hidden Talents Revealed

Isabella Yuson, Staff Writer

May 21, 2017

As the year is coming to a close, it is almost time to say goodbye to this year’s seniors. Throughout their years at Prep, they have shown their variety of talents whether it is in the classroom, on the stage, on the field, or outside of school. Here are some examples of seniors that have very interesting...

Don’t Judge a Book by its Cover

Owen Hendricks and Myles Nowak, Staff Writers

May 12, 2017

As their days of High school come to a close, Seniors of the class of 2017 were asked to recall their favorite classes and novels over the past four years. The Seniors picked their favorite classes primarily on the likeness of the teacher and the content of the class. For Senior Luke Pfister he chose...

FloorCookies: Hungary for Ms. Pásztor’s Blog

FloorCookies: Hungary for Ms. Pásztor’s Blog

Annika Bjornson, Staff Writer

March 8, 2017

Math Teacher Ms. Pásztor has a strong passion for cooking that lead to her creation of her blog, FloorCookies. The blog covers all sorts of topics -- from creative crafts to traveling to life lessons -- but it all came from wanting to share Hungarian recipes that she has perfected in her free time. Th...

“I was a stranger and you welcomed me” How Jesuit leaders are reacting to the refugee ban.

Gabi Jeakle, Staff Writer

March 8, 2017

President Donald Trump has proposed building a wall between the borders of Mexico and America. He has placed a ban on refugees from seven middle eastern countries. While these policies have caused controversy for individuals and groups, they have particularly violated the ideals of Jesuit teachings....

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