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Why “thank u, next” Matters

Grace Weiand, Staff Writer December 7, 2018

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...

TeenTix Provides Entertainment Options for Teens

Clara Malone, Staff Writer December 5, 2018

  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...

Kanye West Makes America Great Again

Quinn Losse, Staff Writer November 6, 2018

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,...

Model Student

Model Student

Lauren Day, Staff Writer November 5, 2018
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

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...

Sherlock Takes Center Stage

Lauren Day and Sophie Jurion October 18, 2018

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...

Film’s Eternal Evolution to Stay Modern and Relatable

Hobbs Hegedus, Staff Writer October 12, 2018
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.
Seattle Prep Remembers Mac Miller

Seattle Prep Remembers Mac Miller

Moses Kent, Cartoonist October 12, 2018
"People only really saw what he was about once he was gone."

A Tribute to the Queen of Soul

Joe Robinson, Social Media Editor October 12, 2018

Described as the “Queen of Soul”, Aretha Franklin had a voice that could not be missed. Her intensely melodic voice and deep passion in her music gave her a voice that rang across the country and made...

Students Perform in one of several One Act Plays. The Seattle Prep Festival of One Act Plays presents entirely student produced short plays each Spring.

One Acts Spring onto Seattle Prep Stage

Audrey Frigon, Staff Writer May 23, 2018

The annual Festival of One Acts returned to the Seattle Prep stage this spring. After a grueling five weeks of rehearsals, the shows are ready for the bright lights of the theater and are anticipating...

Students enjoy the Jazz Band’s tunes on a sunny Spring lunch in the Plaza.
The Jazz Band was just part of Arts Week Festivities during May 14-18.

Arts Week Showcases Student Visual and Performance Art

Sophie Jurion, Staff Writer May 17, 2018

Arts Week at Seattle Prep was an exciting time for students who are eager to express their creative juices, share their artistry, and tap into undiscovered talent. On Monday, the Art Gallery opened...

Seattle Prep Loves Love, Simon

Audrey Frigon, Staff Writer May 1, 2018

The film Love, Simon hit theaters a few weeks ago and it has already sparked buzz in Hollywood for being one of the first mainstream movies with a gay leading character, especially in the romantic comedy...

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