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Choir Innovates During Covid

Abby Baldwin, Freelance Writer April 21, 2021

What happens when social distancing meets the Seattle Prep Choir? The answer: Innovation. For the first time in as long as anyone at Seattle Prep can remember, students could not attend in-person school because...

Seattle Prep Jazz band rehearses in a socially distanced format in the theater.

Prep Jazz Band Reacts to Lockdown and Hybrid Learning

Sam McGee, Freelance Writer April 19, 2021

With the new implementation of hybrid learning, many extracurricular activities at Prep are having re-adjust to in-person learning. This readjustment comes with facing the many new challenges and questions...

What Is Mr. Beyer Up to Now?

What Is Mr. Beyer Up to Now?

Emi Nakata, Staff Writer April 15, 2021

Mr. Beyer, also known as Dr. Beyer, retired in 2019 from Seattle Prep’s Music Department. He was, and still is, well-loved, highly respected, and cherished by the Prep community. He served as the Choir...

The Art of Making Art

Alex Gardner, Freelance Writer March 31, 2021

Prep teachers, Mrs. Anne Petty and Mrs. Melissa Dold also have careers outside of their jobs at Prep as professional artists. Both regularly have shows of their art in galleries around the Seattle...

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...

Is Pixar’s New Movie, Soul, Worth the Watch?

Is Pixar’s New Movie, Soul, Worth the Watch?

Lauren Teders, Staff Writer February 9, 2021

Pixar took the movie world by storm with its new animated movie targeted towards teens and young adults. "Soul" tackles large subjects such as the meaning of life and finding one’s purpose and passion....

Graphic: Music Trends of 2020

Graphic: Music Trends of 2020

Emi Nakata, Staff Writer February 9, 2021

The Social Dilemma asks viewers to consider the impact that social media has on teenagers lives.

“Social Media is a drug”: The Social Dilemma explains the world of AI and its impact on Gen Z.

Paige Stanley, Editor-in-Chief February 8, 2021

“The Social Dilemma” on Netflix is a documentary/actor-portrayed film that delves into the world of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and how technology controls its users lives. The film interviews a dozen...

Instagram Accounts to Follow to Boost Mental Health

Kate Ridgeway, Managing Editor February 5, 2021

The following Instagram accounts are good sources to learn more about mental health, find affirmations, and be inspired by the stories and resilience of others. @victoriagarrick. Victoria Garrick is...

Book recommendations for people wanting to learn more about meditation and the journey to enlightenment.

Meditation: a Beginner’s Guide to Enlightenment

Maya Shields, Staff Writer February 2, 2021

When mediation comes to mind, it’s easy to picture somebody with their legs crossed, hands on their knees, humming the classic “ommmmm.” In reality, there is so much more to meditation than that...

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