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Kopf-Patterson speaks to a group about environmental conservation and animals. She often works to enlighten others on the plights within the environment.

Maddie Kopf-Patterson: Animal Lover and Environmental Activist

Ella Gruen, Staff Writer May 17, 2018

Senior year has been really good, but very busy,” says Madeleine Kopf-Patterson ’18. Her senior year has been filled with an abundance of lows and highs, including stressful college applications,...

White Feminism: A Crisis for Minorities

Tessa Zink, Staff Writer April 22, 2018

Living freely and equal is a right that everyone should have however the idea of white feminism significantly sets this equality back for feminists trying to create change. White feminism is when primarily...

Priests, Players, and Performances: A Look Back at 2017

Quinn Losse, Staff Writer March 2, 2018

Students at Seattle Prep have begun their second semester and are continuing getting used to the new year. 2018 can be the year of new possibilities and experiences, however 2017 should not be overlooked....

Director of Diversity Deino Scott in his office. Scott sees his role in the school as one to encourage discussion and understanding.

Coach Scott Reaches Out to Inspire Change

Myles Nowak, Staff Writer March 1, 2018

Coach Scott has worn many hats, working with almost every single department at Seattle Prep in his years at the school gaining deep insight he was willing to share with the Seattle Prep Panther. Coach...

Students stage a mock protest during the Martin Luther King Jr. Assembly. The assembly was planned by the Seattle Prep Black Student Union.

Black Student Union Spreads Solidarity, Justice

February 28, 2018

When Nailah Patrick, BSU president, walked up to the podium at Prep’s celebration of Martin Luther King, she delivered a much-needed truth bomb to the 700 students sitting in the gym. Patrick repeated...

Prep Students Speak on Passions

Joe Robinson, Staff Writer January 8, 2018

Emma Grossman ’20 begins her day at Teen Link by signing into their system, then checking the emails and voicemails sent in. She then starts to call and chat with any callers needing help. Teen Link...

Grace Cooney and Seniors Henry Hazzard, Julia Ribas and Noelle Whitman. Cooney has found a welcoming Senior Class at Seattle Prep.

Who’s Your Santa Figure?

Annika Bjornson, Editor-In-Chief December 13, 2017

The spirit of Santa Claus is alive in the Seattle Prep community within the loving relationships between coaches and team members, teachers and students, and directors and cast mates. The Panther asked...

Mindfulness in Students; Meditation in Stress

Tessa Zink and Tia Flores November 13, 2017
One of Bond’s IPC students, Lauren Royce ‘21, claims that when she was guided through meditation before a test has helped her. “I totally felt so calm and relaxed when I took the test. It really helped me concentrate,”

What Stress Does to Your Health

Abby Malzewski, Staff Writer November 8, 2017
Stress can play a role in many physical problems that you may experience, such as asthma, anxiety, depression, headaches, skin conditions, and much more.

Students Find Themselves in Strange Sleeping Circumstances

Kellen Carr, Staff Writer November 3, 2017
Ali Willing ‘20: "One day my dog got a new dog bed, it was pretty big, and looked pretty comfortable. My dog happened to be asleep on the bed though. So to test it out I fell asleep on my dog."

How to Be a Morning Person

Tessa Zink, Staff Writer November 3, 2017
Figure out what to wear the next day, and better yet, set it out! This will make it easier to get up and go and it will save time in the morning.
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