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Homecoming Asks Get Creative & Complicated

Tessa Zink and Clara Malone

“It took about an hour and a half to choreograph it and planning was at least three weeks in advance” - Ashley Mah '18

October 17, 2017No Comments

Prep Staff: A Compilation of Hidden Talents

Tia Flores, Staff Writer

As far as many students can see, the staff here at Seattle Prep come to serve their purpose. They feed our hungry minds (and stomachs) and help us to be better individuals. However, looking behind the mask, many of them have their own concealed geniuses.

October 17, 2017No Comments

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How to Deal With Damage

Lilly Thompson, Staff Writer

The first step is to calm down. Take some deep breaths and realize that you'll be fine.

October 17, 2017

Burks Gives Parking Advice

Walid Cruz-Vanegas and Lilly Thompson

I try not to give students JUG if they already have a ticket, but if the JUG came before the ticket, there’s not much I can do about that.

October 17, 2017

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Abby Arthur
Abby Arthur

Managing Editor

Abby Arthur is the managing editor who is currently a junior at Prep.  She enjoys forcing herself to do things she hates, like running, so she joined the cross country team.  Her favorite thing to do is hang out with her dogs, Spike and Rosie because they are better than most people.  She is ecstatic...

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Opinion

Donate to Disaster Relief: High Schoolers Vs. Mother Nature

Annika Bjornson
October 10, 2017

House pets floating on wooden doors, drenched people climbing into rescue boats, whole families living in garages. Hurricane Harvey has torn into our own country and impacted people close to us who now face bitter times. However, any person with a desire to contribute to the relief efforts of recent natural disasters has the power to do so -- and should. Before taking action, it is important to know the facts and figures. Hurricane Harvey started as a regenerated tropical depression over the Gulf...

Let Me Explain Senioritis

George Kent, Editor-in-Chief
May 24, 2017

Imagine this: you are running up a hill. You have been running up this hill for a long time (four years) and it’s a really big hill. You paid thousands of dollars to go on this run, and you’re almost to the top. The whole time, for all those four years of running, your parents, friends, and family members have been yelling at you from the sidelines – words of encouragement usually but they also get pretty mad if you ever trip – and they have been telling you one thing: you just have to get...

Style is Being Ripped From Us

Mimi Jurion, Editor-in-Chief
May 18, 2017

Let’s face it, jeans are a fashion staple. Everyone has a pair of jeans, from flare, skinny, straight leg, boyfriend fit to ripped jeans. We’ve come a long way- jeans are a classic symbol of American fashion. Personally, my jeans are one of the most personal things I own, and I tend to get attached and wear them until they are worn out. Although types of jeans go in and out of style, the secret to jeans as a fashion staple is their versatility. Just as flare and boot cut jeans were the trend...

Entertainment

The Heartbeat of Prep: Pulse

The Heartbeat of Prep: Pulse

Milo Pepper, Staff Writer
October 17, 2017

Asta Wylie: On Her Way to Fame

Mia Griff, Staff Writer
May 26, 2017

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