The Seattle Prep Panther

Winter Fashion: Out with the New, In with the Old

Mikaela Frigillana '17 and Jeffrey Pelayo '17

February 19, 2016


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Fashion fanatics should “be-wear” of all the not-so-new trends making an appearance this season. Stores are drawing inspiration from classic street styles and 90s fashion, giving individuals the opportunity to throw it back with their outfits and appreciate styles of the past. With the winter season...

Local Families Combine to Make Candy Cane Lane a Success

Tessa Winkelhake, Photo Editor

December 24, 2015


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Cars slowly creep forward, families line the sidewalks, and Christmas music blasts in the background while 1920s era Tudor style houses light up with over the top Christmas decorations. Candy Cane Lane, a one-block stretch of houses including a round about, is located on N.E. Park Road, right off of...

Students, Faculty Recognize Importance of Small Acts of Kindness

Mimi Parent, Staff Writer

December 24, 2015


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At Seattle Prep, students are taught the Jesuit teaching of love for others; however, distractions can sometimes get in the way of these teachings. Cura Personalis, or care for the person, is a key value of the Jesuits. Students exemplify this value through their service and their overall welcoming...

Paris Terrorist Attacks Hit Home for Students

Mimi Jurion, Staff Writer

December 19, 2015


Filed under Feature, Prep Life

Friday the 13th superstitiously marks the most unlucky day of the year. In this case, on this day in 2015, a tragic and awe-stricken series of terrorist attacks from the growing organization of ISIS targeted in Paris, France. Three different locations were targeted by suicide bombers that were brimming...

College Visits Preview Next Step for Students

Jessica Cary, Staff Writer

November 2, 2015


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As high school comes to a close for seniors, college becomes more of a reality. Senior year is full of testing, applications, stress, and college visits, all in preparation to go off to college in a year. Seniors and some juniors go near and far to get a view of their dream schools. Senior Matteo Guillot...

Use Your Noodle: Eat From the New Ramen Bar

Use Your Noodle: Eat From the New Ramen Bar

Sarah Buchanan, Sports Editor

October 15, 2015


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Arguably one of the best changes made at Seattle Prep for this year are the new features among the Smith Cafeteria. The Panther had the pleasure to interview many of the newly incoming staff members for the cafeteria and briefly discuss some of these modifications. Students have thoroughly appre...

Teacher Strike Marks Difficult Start to School Year

Emma Cooney, Staff Writer

October 15, 2015


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Fifty-three thousand students and five thousand teachers had a delayed start to school this September when there was a strike by the members of the Seattle Education Association. It was the largest teacher strike in the United States since Chicago in 2012, and the first one in Seattle for thirty years....

Getting the Job Done

Sarah Buchanan, Sports Editor

October 15, 2015


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Aristotle once stated, "Pleasure in the job puts perfection in the work". Many students at Seattle Prep would agree with this statement due to holding a job during the school year. Those who balance work and homework must learn how to manage their time and prioritize their activities. Most students,...

Junior Patrick Paulsen Discusses Our Nation’s Leaders

February 19, 2015


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JESSICA CARY and SARAH BUCHANAN '16 [wpvideo fqoY4hBv] Presidents' Day is celebrated every third Monday of February. The day of national honor started in 1880. Originally Presidents' day was the 22nd of February in honor of George Washington's birthday but it eventually evolved into a day of honor towa...

Yawning is Contagious

Yawning is Contagious

February 13, 2015


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TESSA WINKELHAKE '16 and ALEXIS LOSSE '16 People yawn when they are tired, bored, need more oxygen, or need to cool down their brain. Many people ask the question of whether yawning is contagious, but did you know there is scientific evidence that yawning is indeed contagious? Before one can understand why y...

Evolution of Costumes

Evolution of Costumes

Annika Bjornson, Staff Writer

October 31, 2014


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ANNIKA BJORNSON '18 A few nights ago, gremlins and ghosts alike roamed the abandoned alleys, searching through the mystical fog for sweets to bring joy in the gloomy dark. Or perhaps they stayed home in a witch's hat, eating ice cream and watching Netflix. But either way, readers may be familiar wit...

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