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COVID-19 Coverage
Covid-19 Takes a Toll on Students Mental Health
Covid-19 Takes a Toll on Students Mental Health
February 8, 2021

In the unknown and chaotic time that has been brought on by the worldwide spread of Covid-19, many people are worried about their physical health,...

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Students Share Tips on How to Liven up Workspaces
Kelsey Hamilton, Staff Writer • February 3, 2021

Because of COVID, students are spending a lot more time at their workspaces. It can get quite taxing at times, but there are definitely some...

Lessons Learned
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Seattle Prep COVID Precautions
Kate Ridgeway, Managing Editor • November 9, 2020

A How-To Video on staying safe and navigating campus correctly.

Cameras On– Is it Best for Students?
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Importance of Reaching Out
Clara Malone, Visuals Editor • February 22, 2021
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The #makeinstacasualagain movement has benefits from the mental health of students.
Let’s #MakeInstaCasualAgain, for the Sake of our Mental Health
Kate Ridgeway, Managing Editor • February 5, 2021
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Self-Care is Healthcare
Self-Care is Healthcare
Tia Flores, Co-Online Editor • December 17, 2020
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Student Athletes Face Tough Decisions with Conflicting Schedules
Gael Loor, Staff Writer • February 24, 2021

When COVID cases started rising in Washington State, Governor Jay Inslee took action by limiting activities that would put people at risk of contracting the virus. Many people...

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Seattle Prep Students Share Favorite Places to Exercise
Delphine Mock, Staff Writer • February 24, 2021

During these strange times, many people have felt isolated. With sports being restricted, there are fewer outlets for students to exercise in particular. After spending long...

When trapped inside due to quarantine, online workouts can be just the thing to lift the spirits and maintain physical fitness.
Sydney’s Top TEN: Dance Fitness Channels
Sydney Leardi, Staff Writer • February 21, 2021

Being at home has tested students fitness motivation. As much as many like working out, it can be difficult to find workouts that are fun and engaging. Many all-time favorite...

2020 TV Shows: Students and Faculty Weigh In
Jane Hurley, Staff Writer • February 22, 2021

In a year where everyone on the globe was confined to their homes, television remained one of the few safe options for entertainment. Prep students and faculty have provided their opinions for some of...

New Year, New Movies
New Year, New Movies
Jeffrey Go and Jack Coleman February 21, 2021

The New Year is here, a time where new goals are set, new hobbies are found, and new projects are created. With the start of a fresh year, there are many movies set to release in 2021. There are some gems...

Eva Guarda Vazquez, ’21, made a green smoothie using spinach, blueberries, and other superfoods!
Meatless Monday: It’s Better for You Than You Think!
Piper Wood, Staff Writer • February 10, 2021

Meatless Monday is a movement that focuses on skipping meat in your meals once a week, and it shows a positive change in many people’s diets and lifestyles.  There are so many benefits to not eating...

Get to Know the Panther Staff
Caroline Casey
Caroline Casey
Staff Writer

Caroline Casey is a senior at Seattle Prep and she is so excited for her third and final year on the Panther staff! She loves playing soccer, swimming, adventures with friends, and of course writing in...

Kelly McGarry
Kelly McGarry
Staff Writer

Kelly is a senior and this is her second year as a staff writer for the Prep Panther. She has a serious pigeon phobia. Her favorite movie is ‘Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind’. Her favorite hobby...

Sydney Leardi
Sydney Leardi
Staff Writer

Sydney Leardi is a sophomore at Seattle Prep and is eager to start her first year on the Panther staff! Starting dance at the age of four, she has most recently been a member of Prep’s Pulse Dance Team...

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