The Seattle Prep Panther

A Letter to The Panther

Tessa Zink, Editor-in-Chief May 18, 2021

Thank you. Since freshman year I have been a staff writer for the Seattle Prep Panther, and it has been an amazing outlet for me to grow into the student, journalist, and person that I have become....

A Tale of Two Parts of the City

Tia Flores, Co-Online Editor May 17, 2021

Before coming to Seattle Prep, I had rarely set foot in North Seattle. Other than the CYO cross country meets in Lower Woodland and the occasional family trips to Seattle tourist locations, I was...

Freshmen to Senior Year: ASB and Me

Natalie Nowak, Online Editor May 17, 2021

It was early September in 2017 when I received an email from Mr. Stearns announcing Freshmen ASB elections and that a speech would be due on Monday, should I choose to run. I discarded it. It wasn’t...

Not a Goodbye, Just a See You Later

Cece Brown, Visuals Editor May 17, 2021
We can take these skills to when we face new challenges in our future. We will be one of the most patient and resilient classes in Prep history.

A Thank You to The Panther

Clara Malone, Co-Visuals Editor May 17, 2021

Ending my time at The Panther feels bittersweet. It has been a wonderful journey learning about all aspects of journalism. I could confidently say that I learned more about community, leadership, writing,...

A Thank You Letter to The Panther

Paige Stanley, Editor-in-Chief May 17, 2021

The past three years as a member of The Panther staff have taught me much more than I could imagine and have shaped the student I am today. Journalism has been a creative and supportive outlet for me...

Importance of Reaching Out

Clara Malone, Visuals Editor February 22, 2021

The first lockdown was one of the most difficult times of my life. I felt guilty for feeling bad, because I was healthy, and so many people were struggling with loss and sickness from the pandemic. I chose...

The #makeinstacasualagain movement has benefits from the mental health of students.

Let’s #MakeInstaCasualAgain, for the Sake of our Mental Health

Kate Ridgeway, Managing Editor February 5, 2021

The hashtag #makeinstacasualagain has floated around Instagram for years, with users longing for the platform to return to the carefree atmosphere it had when it debuted in 2010. While this hashtag has...

Self-Care is Healthcare

Self-Care is Healthcare

Tia Flores, Co-Online Editor December 17, 2020

In recent years, the term “self-care” has become more common in today’s media. Meditating and sleeping apps, wellness podcasts, and yoga enrollment have skyrocketed in the past decade. Taking care...

To Vote or Not to Vote

Clara Malone, Visuals Editor November 2, 2020

Is the act of voting truly the most democratic act an American can do? Throughout the 2020 presidential campaigns, many  people are considering themselves to have better morals, because they are deciding...

Why We Should “Cancel” Cancel Culture

Kate Ridgeway, Managing Editor October 5, 2020
Is cancel culture effective at promoting long-lasting societal change, or does it instead promote further division?

Four Things I’ve Learned in Four Years

Grace Weiand, Visual Editor May 26, 2020

I’ve had plenty of time to reflect on the past few years, so I’ve compiled a list of four things I’ve learned in four years. Spoiler alert: I’m going to miss Seattle Prep very much. Teachers...

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