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How to Build a Snowman: The Right Way

Leeds Rising, Staff Writer

December 20, 2015


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Have you ever wanted to build a snowman, but never felt that you could?  From creating square monstrosities to cylindrical atrocities, it can be easy to feel like a failed Victor’s Frankenstein. So, to up your front yard décor game and gain the respect of every elementary school student nearby,...

Creed Enters the Ring

George Kent, Staff Writer

December 19, 2015


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There is a scene in Creed, director Ryan Coogler’s newest addition to the Rocky franchise, in which the title character, Adonis Creed, races down the streets of Philadelphia flanked by wheelie-ing bike riders. As the biker’s circle him in slow-motion, Adonis pumps his fist, jumps in the air, and...

Carnival at Bray Highlights December Page Turners

Emma Cooney, Staff Writer

December 19, 2015


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The shelves of McKay Library in Adelphia Memorial Hall hold more than just extra copies of assigned reading books. Scattered across the tables and shelves in the library are a host of amazing novels and many popular young adult books. There are genres for all your reading tastes, so whether you are looking...

Snowflake Lane Draws Festive Crowds to Bellevue

Snowflake Lane Draws Festive Crowds to Bellevue

Alexis Losse, Staff Writer

December 14, 2015


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Now that it is December, it is finally time to begin the countdown to Christmas. Christmas is the most wonderful time of the year, and although Seattleites get into the spirit by going to the Westlake Center Tree Lighting, or going to Candy Cane Lane, Bellevue has its own event. Bellevue Square hosts...

Top 10 Christmas Gift ideas of 2015

Nathanial Post, Staff Writer

December 8, 2015


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With Christmas right around the corner many gift givers are struggling to find the perfect gift. Below, several options are reviewed and ranked. 10. LEGO products and play sets LEGO has always been a popular Christmas gift for kids and adults, and this year is no exception. With new LEGO toys themed...

Prepsters Share Favorite Scream-tastic Stories

Isabella Yuson, Staff Writer

November 2, 2015


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The room seems to get spookier by the minute as hallucinations start and shadows start to appear. Demons start to slither up the walls as cries fill the room. Footsteps. Footsteps? What, the door was locked? The lights flicker. Someone is emerging. Laughter begins to erupt. Blood red as Mars starts trickling...

Grey’s Anatomy Season 12: RIP Derek Shepard

Mimi Jurion, Staff Writer

November 1, 2015


Filed under Entertainment

Seattle Prep has accumulated many avid Grey's Anatomy fans, which began when the hit show aired in 2005. Set in Seattle at Seattle Grace/Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital, the main characters, Meredith Grey, Derek Shepard and their fellow surgeons have saved lives, experienced death and fought through dramatic...

Fall TV off to a Spooky Start

Jeffrey Pelayo, Digital Editor

October 19, 2015


Filed under Entertainment

Television is giving spooky a new definition as upcoming tv shows are definitely going to give viewers the chills. Audiences have waited all year for another round of their favorite shows such as American Horror Story, The Walking Dead, Once Upon a Time, Grey's Anatomy, and Empire; and with Halloween just...

BOO-yah: Great Halloween Activities in the PNW

Aslan McCurdy, Staff Writer

October 19, 2015


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This October is filled with fun activities for you and your friends participate in. In order to get the perfect Instagram post for this fall, look no further than Snohomish. Craven Farms, a pumpkin patch complete with cute baby farm animals and a corn maze is open throughout October, and admission is...

A Shock to Your Ears: Earshot Jazz Festival

Paul Winebrenner, Staff Writer

October 19, 2015


Filed under Entertainment

Beginning on October 9th, Earshot Jazz Festival will kick of the beginning of the jazz season. The festival, which has been running since 1986, is predicted to draw its largest crowd yet to the fifteen venues it hosts. This year’s festival will run from October 9th to November 18th at venues tha...

All For One, And One For All

All For One, And One For All

Gabi Jeakle, Staff Writer

October 19, 2015


Filed under Entertainment, Prep Life, Showcase

Adventure! Swords! French people! They’ll all come together November 5-8 in Seattle Prep’s production of The Three Musketeers based on novelist Alexander Dumas’ tale of adventure and intrigue. The tale follows D'Artagnan who sets off for Paris in search of adventure with his sister Sabine. Their...

Music Madness: Fall Boasts New Releases

Mikaela Frigillana and Mariella Saludares

October 15, 2015


Filed under Entertainment

What better way to start off the 2015-2016 school year than with new music? Ranging from pop and alternative styles to R&B, artists left and right are releasing fresh tracks for their listeners. The next few months will be exciting ones for the music industry, and this is just a first taste of the...

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