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Seattle Prep Homecoming: All Tossed Up

Seattle Prep Homecoming: All Tossed Up

October 31, 2013

By: Alexis Losse '16Homecoming. A week filled with spirit, excitement, fun, and in our case, salad dressing.This year, Prepsters got creative with their costumes with the theme “Tossed Up”. At first, students were hesitant about the idea. Dressing up for salad themed spirit days didn't seem all that fun. However, all of that negativity ...

Teacher Tots

Teacher Tots

Leeds Rising, Staff Writer

October 30, 2013

Several teachers around Seattle Prep have children growing up around their workplace or will in future years. Many people inquire about how teachers manage work with a child at home, and also how teachers react when their kids are in the same work-place as them. Math teacher Mr. Engel, who ha...

Sophomores Plunge Themselves into Homelessness

Sophomores Plunge Themselves into Homelessness

Alex Martin, Co-Editor-in-Chief

October 30, 2013

By: Alex Martin '16 Members of the class of ‘16 gathered at the Saint Joe’s cafeteria to start their Urban Plunge community service experience. There, the Plungers discussed the negativity of “labeling” with Father Fitterer SJ; acted out possible scenarios when with the homeless and wrapped...

The Heart of Prep

The Heart of Prep

Meghan McLaughlin, Editor-in-Chief

October 27, 2013

  In recent years, Seattle Prep’s dance team, PULSE, has become a popular performance piece at school activities and assemblies.  Since its formation over six years ago, PULSE has gained many members and their audience has expanded just as much as the team. Although PULSE mainly focuses...

Overflowing Talent at Coffee House

Overflowing Talent at Coffee House

October 25, 2013

By: Maddie Quinn '16 It’s October, the leaves are crunching under students’ feet as they drag themselves into school and Coffee House was a success.  When is Coffee House not amazing?  This loved Prep tradition has, in the past, always been filled with laughter, applause, joy and talent.  Of...

They See Me Rollin’

They See Me Rollin’

Meghan Kearney, Prep Life Editor

October 1, 2013

  You don’t want to meet them in a dark alley. You don’t want to mess with their bikes. You don’t want to steal their parking spaces. The Seattle Prep Faculty biking community has taken to the streets. With nicknames such as Orangeflash, Bluesteel, and Stormin’ Norman, intimidati...

New Faces To Run Coffee House and Second Face

New Faces To Run Coffee House and Second Face

September 30, 2013

By: Maddie Quinn '16 This year, two Seattle Prep activities have undergone a common change; a change in leadership.  Both Coffee House and Second Face, which were both previously run by Mrs. Johnson, now have new faces and new ideas because of this change.  The new ideas formulating for both of these ...

Frosh Elections

September 30, 2013

By: Alexis Losse '16 With each new school year, the Freshman class has an opportunity to elect a few of their own to leadership positions.  The Panther sat down with the newly elected Frosh ASB officers to find out what makes them tick. Name: Chinwe Ezeonu Why do you want to be an ASB officer? I ...

A Moveable Feast

September 23, 2013

By Siena Jeakle '15 As many students may have observed, Peyton Hall is a pile of ruins this year. As promised, Seattle Prep has taken on a massive construction project, putting Seattle Prep into transition mode for the 2013-2014 school year. Previously, the Peyton building was home to numerous classrooms...

Homecoming?

September 18, 2013

By: Julia Piacentini '15 Its September which means school's starting and that means stress. Stress about grades, big projects and homecoming. Homecoming is a source of stress for both girls and guys. For girls they constantly wonder “Am I going to get asked?” and for guys it is “What if she says...

Prep’s Newest Club: Debate

September 18, 2013

By Gabriel Dunatov '14 Although Seattle Prep has had various discussion clubs in the past, including at one time a full-fledged debate team, in the last few years it has been sorely lacking. Apart from Mock Trial, students interested in debate had nowhere to turn to. All of this changed this semester, ...

A Longboard Lifestyle

A Longboard Lifestyle

April 11, 2013

By Elise Feider '14 The Prep Panther sat down with junior Michael Thorson ‘14, renowned long boarder and general nice guy. Michael proclaims to be a Passion Pit and Pink Floyd fan, will quote Perks of Being a Wallflower at will, and enjoys an occasional slice of pizza from the cafeteria. Catch him in the ma...

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