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Bohemian Rhapsody, A Star is Born Highlight Awards Season

Maddie Deasy, Staff Writer

March 11, 2019


Filed under Entertainment

The Golden Globes, a night of glitz, glamor and of course plenty of drama. The Golden Globes occurred on January 6, 2019 kicking off the award show season. The fashion was fabulous from Lupita Nyong’o in Calvin blue to Janelle Monae in classy Chanel. People went goo-goo for Gaga’s couture Valentino...

The Ultimate Senioritis Playlist

The Ultimate Senioritis Playlist

Lilly Thompson, Online Editor

March 11, 2019


Filed under Entertainment, Prep Life

Regardless of whether you’re a second semester senior or not, every high schooler comes to a point in the year where summer is a tantalizing dream, and the slog of endless A and B days have them longing for freedom. But for lucky seniors, the 3 month countdown to say goodbye to the halls of Seattle...

Tech team prepares for Newsies!

Paige Stanley and Natalie Nowak, Staff Writers

March 7, 2019


Filed under Entertainment, Feature, Prep Life, Uncategorized

“Things break all the time, but they always get fixed.” Agnes Davila ’21

Meeting Metcalf: Emotions and Art

Meeting Metcalf: Emotions and Art

Hobbs Hegedus, Staff Writer

March 7, 2019


Filed under Entertainment

So, it was no surprise when, in the second semester of her sophomore year, Metcalf took up an art class and began photography officially. Over the last 3 years she has developed her own unique style that is a portal to the feelings and burdens of a high schooler.

Youtube Bans Dangerous Content

Beni Jurion, Staff Writer

March 4, 2019


Filed under Entertainment, Uncategorized

Recent updates on Youtube has a new policy banning content featuring children “participating in dangerous challenges that pose an imminent risk of injury or bodily harm.”

Why “thank u, next” Matters

Grace Weiand, Staff Writer

December 7, 2018


Filed under Entertainment

The current Prep population is really familiar with Ariana Grande. Her big break on Nickelodeon’s “Victorious” in 2010 was watched in households everywhere. Her hit singles “The Way” with Mac Miller  “Problem” with Iggy Azalea was played constantly at every middle school dance since their...

TeenTix Provides Entertainment Options for Teens

Clara Malone, Staff Writer

December 5, 2018


Filed under Entertainment

  The arts are a way for teens to express themselves, but sometimes it can be hard for teens to access the arts in affordable and easy ways. “Teens need access to the arts because the arts allow for expression, which god knows all teens need,” says Kaylyn Ready, a member of the TeenTix New...

Kanye West Makes America Great Again

Quinn Losse, Staff Writer

November 6, 2018


Filed under Entertainment

With the midterm elections right around the corner, politics seems to be the hot topic everyone is talking about. From political posts on social media by the famous to SNL skits of actors playing politicians, it’s becoming more and more common to see celebrities make their political views public to ...

Model Student

Model Student

Lauren Day, Staff Writer

November 5, 2018


Filed under Entertainment, Prep Life

Ellen Porter '20 addresses the stigma of her line of work.

Street Art: A Form of Political Activism or Vandalism?

Chloe Saharic, Online Editor

November 5, 2018


Filed under Entertainment

Street art, often in the form of graffiti on the walls of urban streets, has become a popular way for citizens to show their opinion on politics in our current society. It is a form of art that many people can do, including Prep students and world famous artists. “If I had to define street art,...

Sherlock Takes Center Stage

Lauren Day and Sophie Jurion

October 18, 2018


Filed under Entertainment, Prep Life

This fall, Baker Street is coming to debut at Prep! Detective team, Sherlock Holmes (played by Dominic Ferro) and John Watson (played by Tom Robinson), will be taking center stage in the Healy Chapel theater this October and November. The Hounds of Baskerville is a mysterious thriller originally written ...

Film’s Eternal Evolution to Stay Modern and Relatable

Hobbs Hegedus, Staff Writer

October 12, 2018


Filed under Entertainment

Tragedy, death, conflict and drama! These are some things seen in most modern-day action movies. But his was not always true. Throughout the years film has changed, for better or for worse, ever since the original films made by Thomas Edison. New genres have been born, old genres have been forgotten. Over the span of 210 years, ever since the first movie was made in 1888 out of a series of pictures of a horse galloping, many great producers have attempted to make something new and original to change movie making and engage audiences.

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