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Seattle Prep Students Ranting and Raving about the Presidential Election Campaign

Beni Jurion, Managing Editor October 30, 2020

Every four years American’s brace themselves for a presidential election. A time where politicians have scathing debates, powerful speeches, malicious insults, and vehement defenses. In addition, their...

Students get Creative in their Online Learning Environment

Students get Creative in their Online Learning Environment

Abby Wilwerding, Staff Writer October 16, 2020

Last fall, Prep students enjoyed being at campus and learning with their peers. However, this year, they have adapted to learning at home and implemented ideas in order to make the best of the situation. Senior...

Prep Students React to Planned Hybrid Learning

Piper Wood, Staff Writer October 14, 2020
“the risks are greater than the benefits for returning”

Freshmen Plunge into First Year of High School Virtually

Margot Gwynn and Nick Pickel October 14, 2020

The transition from middle school to high school seems monumental to a recently graduated eighth grader. Being welcomed into a new school can cause uncertainty, doubt, anticipation, and excitement. Entering...

Seattle Prep Students Ranting and Raving about TikTok.

Beni Jurion, Managing Editor October 14, 2020

Today it’s hard not to know what TikTok is, from viral dances, iconic music, political controversies, and the recently announced $50 billion deal by the American company Oracle. The new social media...

Nonstop Work Grind For Prep Students This Summer

Caroline Casey, Staff Writer October 13, 2020

While this summer was full of masks, social distancing fun, and new hobbies, things were a little different than normal, to say the least. But these unprecedented times did not stop the hustle for a few...

A Zooming Start to the School Year: Tips for How to Navigate Online Learning

Gabby Stuart, Staff Writer October 12, 2020

Last year was filled with face-to-face interactions, rushing to class during passing periods, and all school lunch, now students wake up ten minutes before class, show up in pajamas, and stare at a screen...

Seattle Prep Students Take Action for the Seattle Clemency Project

Kelly McGarry, Staff Writer October 12, 2020

Seattle Prep has always been active in the social justice world. Whether it is through their various clubs and organizations to the ‘Day of Service’, Prep students have many opportunities to engage...

Check Your Privilege: Author Ijeoma Oluo Visits Seattle Prep

Eamon Mohrbacher, Staff Writer October 12, 2020

What does race have to do with everyday life? Everything, according to Ijeoma Oluo, author of New York Times bestseller, "So You Want to Talk About Race." Oluo visited Seattle Prep on September 28th for...

New Teacher, Mrs. McCorriston ZOOMs around Prep

Abby Allen, Staff Writer October 11, 2020

Shhh… Seattle Prep’s newest science teacher used to be a Crusader! After teaching Biology, Chemistry, Anatomy, and AP Chemistry for twenty years at Eastside Catholic, Mrs. Marcy McCorriston has become...

The Online School Fashion World

The Online School Fashion World

Alison Choi, Staff Writer October 8, 2020

In the past, students got up every morning and found a nice outfit for school, now they throw on whatever clothes they deem clean enough for online school that day. Fashion is a large factor in what each...

Zooming Into Senior Year with Virtual Senior Pilgrimage

Zooming Into Senior Year with Virtual Senior Pilgrimage

Paige Stanley, Editor in Chief October 6, 2020

Toast, pets, rocks, and Zoom. What do these words have in common? These are four words that sum up this year’s virtual Senior Pilgrimage retreat. Because of COVID restrictions, the Seattle Prep Senior...

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