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Person, Place or Thing: Relics From Adelphia Hall

Person, Place or Thing: Relics From Adelphia Hall

Isabella Yuson, Staff Writer

January 23, 2018


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Adelphia Hall, built in 1905, was an important part of Seattle Prep history. Unfortunately, due to its foundation not being able to survive earthquakes, it was demolished in 2015. However, the 110-year-old building will not be forgotten. In four locations around campus, students, visitors, and alumni...

Late Starts: Love or Hate for Junior Commuters

Quinn Losse, Staff Writer

January 9, 2018


Filed under Prep Life

Students who live far from school are reminded weekly of the stresses of a late-start Wednesday. Many of those attending Seattle Prep are from a wide region in/surrounding the Seattle area. A lot of the time, the drive to school in the morning for Seattle Prep students is a quick 10-15 minutes, however...

Students Respond to National Sexual Assault Cases

Tessa Zink, Staff Writer

January 8, 2018


Filed under Prep Life, Uncategorized

The list continues to grow every day of the many people accused of sexual harassment in the United States. Starting almost a year ago women and men have come out sharing their stories of being sexually assaulted among celebrities, political figures, and people in everyday life. From U.S. politicians,...

Prep Auction Raises Thousands for New Student Support Fund

Prep Auction Raises Thousands for New Student Support Fund

Chloe Saharic, Staff Writer

December 13, 2017


Filed under Prep Life, Showcase

The Prep Auction was a great success with over 500 attendees raising hundreds of thousands of dollars for Prep and the newly named Kathy Krueger Student Support Fund. After spending many days creating ideas, this year’s Auction Chair, Christine Leahy, along with Stephanie Benjamin, Prep’s Auction...

Students Reflect on 2018 Resolutions

Sophie Jurion, Staff Writer

December 13, 2017


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New Year is a time of celebration for the fresh start of the 2018 year! New Year’s represents hope to enable people to achieve a state of happiness that was not present in the outgoing year. Wanjiku Hopps ’20 shares her insights on her favorite part about New Years, “I love staying up late and...

Quizlet, Duolingo Must Have Apps for School

Quizlet, Duolingo Must Have Apps for School

Tia Flores, Staff Writer

December 12, 2017


Filed under Entertainment, Prep Life, Showcase

Here are some apps to help with homework/organization.

The Choir Concert Kicks Off The Most Wonderful Time of The Year

The Choir Concert Kicks Off The Most Wonderful Time of The Year

Abby Malzewski, Staff Writer

December 9, 2017


Filed under Prep Life, Showcase, Uncategorized

It really is the most wonderful time of the year because the Seattle Prep Christmas concert truly kicked off the holiday season! The choir had been preparing a wonderful mix of holiday tunes to sing aloud since August, and all this hard work really shined through at the Christmas concert on December...

Students Spread Christmas Cheer at Snowflake Lane

Students Spread Christmas Cheer at Snowflake Lane

Myles Nowak, Staff Writer

December 1, 2017


Filed under Prep Life, Showcase

Jingle bells, Santa hats, and holiday cheer: Seattle Prep Students are transformed into Santa’s helpers. Students from all grades are looking to embrace the holiday spirit while making some Christmas cash to go with it. Ranging from stars in Bellevue’s famous Snowflake Lane to Elves at Santa’s...

The Junior Research Paper: Rumors vs. Reality

Kate Leahy, Staff Writer

November 30, 2017


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What 11th grade collegio project do students call stressful, challenging and full of hard work? It’s the Junior Research Paper. During each winter, the students of Rahner, Hopkins, Teihard, and Kostka collegio fill out countless notecards, lose sleep and ultimately produce an eight-page research p...

K46 Leaders Balance Academics and Leadership

Sophie Freeman, Photo Editor

November 23, 2017


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The senior Kairos leaders discuss what it’s like to prepare for the biggest retreat at Seattle Prep while staying on top of other responsibilities. The K46 team had been preparing since the beginning of school; a 10 week and 30 hour process. Not only do the Seniors commit themselves to after school...

Students Find Focus with Music Study

Quinn Losse, Staff Writer

November 13, 2017


Filed under Entertainment, Prep Life

Whether it is classic or alternative, listening to music can be one of the best ways for a student to focus on completing homework or for reviewing before a test. Junior Lulu Dawson, a frequent concert-goer and music enthusiast, makes a routine of listening to music while she does her homework every...

Prep Hosts German and Chinese Exchange Students

Prep Hosts German and Chinese Exchange Students

Owen Hendricks, Staff Writer

November 2, 2017


Filed under Prep Life

German exchange participant, Leon, stated “I really liked our class tour to Boeing. Boeing is a place that I hope to work for so seeing it in person was really inspiring.

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