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Television Shows and Movies Diversify Leading Roles

Chloe Saharic, Staff Writer April 27, 2018

Throughout the past decade, television and movies have made increasing efforts with race and gender minorities playing lead roles, but there is still a big gap the industry must fill. According to a “2017...

Queer Eye Unites Communities Through Makeovers

Joe Robinson, Staff Writer April 26, 2018

No matter political standing, religious views, or personal beliefs, nothing can beat the wholesome nature of Queer Eye. The original show features five gay men, known officially as the “Fab 5”, as...

Trump, Harvey Top 2017 News

Tessa Zink, Staff Writer February 24, 2018

“I don’t think that thing he has done has been beneficial to the United States. I think that we would be far better off without him as our president,” said Ava Whitman ’21 regarding President Trump’s...

The Golden Globes 2018 Addresses Important Issues

Isabella Yuson, Staff Writer February 17, 2018

The 75th annual Golden Globes were broadcast on NBC on January 7 and it was a show to remember. Hosted by late night host Seth Meyers, the awards ceremony was filled with laughing, crying, rounds of applause,...

December Brings Jedis, Circus to Big Screen

Suzanna Graham, Staff Writer December 13, 2017

Pitch Perfect 3 Genre: Musical Comedy Release date: December 22 In the third and final movie of this popular series, Pitch Perfect 3 features the reunion of the Barden Bellas as they come to the...

Apps such as Quizlet and Duoligo are useful to help students study for quizzes and stay organized.

Quizlet, Duolingo Must Have Apps for School

Tia Flores, Staff Writer December 12, 2017
Here are some apps to help with homework/organization.

Netflix’s Mudbound Bogged Down By Bad Acting

Noah Pingul, Staff Writer December 11, 2017

Mudbound, a book that is a staple for junior year reading at Seattle Prep, has now been made into an award winning Netflix movie. Set in the Mississippi Delta after World War Two, the book and movie follow...

Students Find Focus with Music Study

Quinn Losse, Staff Writer November 13, 2017

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...

Fall Offers Time for Fun, Family, and Friends

Maddie Deasy , Staff Writer November 3, 2017
Haley Burgess-Alm '20 and her family do not have what one may say is a traditional Thanksgiving: “We don’t do any traditional food instead we choose a theme each year like all food that starts with P or Indian food.”
Jackie WIlliams '20 shows off her unique style. Williams and other Prep Fashionistas stay on trend this Fall with layers and the hottest color: silver.

Prep Fashionistas Share Trendy Advice

Grace Weiand and Sophie Jurion October 31, 2017
For a cold, lazy day, Prepsters favor warm hoodies in all shades of the rainbow.
Pulse dances out their excitement st the back-to-school assembley. Leaders hope to build the team in numbers while keeping the unity of the group.

The Heartbeat of Prep: Pulse

Milo Pepper, Staff Writer October 17, 2017
“I am most excited for a song that gets the whole school moving.”
The cast of the fall play,

Seattle Prep Drama Presents: A Pocket Full of Truffles

Emma Cooney, Editor-in-Chief October 13, 2017
This year’s fall play is like nothing the Theater Program has ever done before.
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