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Understanding The School to Prison Pipeline

Ryan Mah and Dean Johnson April 24, 2023

The school-to-prison pipeline is a social phenomenon that refers to the disproportionate juvenile incarceration of minorities due to harsh school environments and municipal policies. The largest group...

The Art Cure: How Art Can Help Heal

Sydney Leardi, Online Editor March 9, 2023

For many, the conventional methods for combatting mental health have not yielded the desired results. As more research and studies are brought to light, there are more options and practices to aid in various...

Peace is One Breath Away: Meditation and Its Benefits

Maya Salazar, Staff Writer March 7, 2023

Meditation is a method of clearing the mind has been around for millennia, and it is still as relevant as ever. Meditation is also used in modern ways, such as providing relief for nicotine addicts or...

Mr. Ellingers map for his Walk Every Block project. Areas in red have been walked by Ellinger.

Ellinger Talks: Walks and Seizures

Nick Pickel, Staff Writer March 5, 2023

Mr. Ellinger is a well-known and highly respected staff member at Seattle Prep, teaching mathematics for the past 28 years. Students will speak of his supportiveness, talkativeness, and passion for his...

Logan Pressnalls care bags on a street corner in Seattle.

Never Too Young to Make a Difference

Sophia Magnano and Katherine Kaiser March 5, 2023

Logan Pressnall ‘25, a former sophomore at Seattle Prep is committed to being a person for others by managing and founding three non-profit organizations. Presnall founded his first non-profit, creating...

Long Road Back From COVID Isolation for Students

Georgia Limbaugh, Freelance Writer February 17, 2023

On March 11th, 2020, the World Health Organization declared Covid-19 a global pandemic. In response, the USA began to shut down in order to stop the spread which included closing schools across the country....

How to Love Valentine’s Day

How to Love Valentine’s Day

Paloma Hissong, Staff Writer February 8, 2023

Each year, couples in committed relationships look forward to Valentine’s Day, leaving everyone else wondering how to celebrate this holiday—or if they even should at all. Valentine’s Day can be...

Merry Christmas, Feliz Navidad, Fröhe Weihnachten: Celebrations Around the World

Audrey Cromett, Staff Writer December 14, 2022

Christmas trees, Santa and presents are staples of Christmas celebrations seen all around the world. However, different countries have their own unique holiday traditions as well. In Spain, like many...

Let it Glow

Sophia Magnano and Ben Burman December 14, 2022

While there is no Christmas tree to decorate, Hanukkah, the festival of lights, lasts for eight nights, involves yummy food and fun traditions. Hanukkah celebrates the rededication of the second temple...

Senator Raphael Warnock. Warnock is engaged in a run-off election against challenger Herschel Walker in Georgia.

Let’s Talk Politics

Bridget Cannon and Kate Cannon December 2, 2022

Heading into the midterms, tensions were high as Democrats looked to maintain control over both chambers of Congress. Many political analysts projected that a red wave would sweep over the country, confidently...

What to Know About the SPS Strike

Soliana Fishatsion and Bailey Hackman October 7, 2022

If you  haven’t been living under a rock for the past few weeks, you’ve probably heard about the SPS (Seattle Public School) teacher strike, led by The Seattle Education Association (SEA). The strike...

Kent Hickey feeding an alpaca

15 years with Mr. Hickey: Looking Back and Looking Forward

Kelsey Hamilton, Staff Writer May 26, 2022

At the end of last semester, Kent Hickey, former president of Seattle Prep, turned in his resignation after 15 years. Although no longer working here, his tireless energy and dedication to Prep will forever...

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