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The Trump Train Derailed

The Trump Train Derailed

Sam Ketchem, Web Editor
February 10, 2017
Filed under Opinion

Only three weeks ago, Donald Trump was elected President of the United States. In those short few weeks, the federal government has gone into a tailspin. It all started after Trump tweeted about how large the crowd at inauguration was and how the media was “corrupt”. And that is only the start. The...

“And Still, We Rise”

“And Still, We Rise”

Maggie Borland, Staff Writer
January 25, 2017
Filed under Opinion

On January 21, 2017, over 175,000 people marched in a peaceful protest in Seattle, protesting President Trump and Vice President Mike Pence, and marching for women’s rights. Starting at Judkins Park, the event began with Maya Angelou’s poem “Still I Rise,” which soon became the mantra for the...

Junioritis

Junioritis

Kendyl Prentice, Staff Writer
December 6, 2016
Filed under Opinion

One hundred and ninety five days, the average school year. During this time, juniors are overwhelmed with the stress of SATs, ACTs, and worrying about future schooling. It is so important that students keep their grades up, especially their junior year. Multiple sources have agreed that junior year is...

Iphone iOS 10 Update Doesn’t Match the Hype

Iphone iOS 10 Update Doesn’t Match the Hype

Claire Dayton, Staff Writer
December 1, 2016
Filed under Opinion

Recently, iOS 10 was released by Apple, with a swift goodbye to the former iOS 9. Many major changes came with the new release. There is a revamped lock screen, a new Control Center, more uses for 3D Touch, new features for Messaging, and a more organized way to sort photos. Apple “…chose to...

Unfaithful Running Mate

Unfaithful Running Mate

Isabella Azar, Editor
October 5, 2016
Filed under Opinion

For the first time in this election, the Republican ticket was represented by a calmer face. On Tuesday, October 4th the two vice presidential nominees took the stage at Longwood University in Virginia to debate why on their plans would be the best for the country. Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton...

Shutting Down Sadie

Shutting Down Sadie

Lexi Little, Staff Writer
February 19, 2016
Filed under Opinion

There was a hopeful attitude for this year’s Sadie Hawkins dance, the famous couple theme was put in place to excite students about dressing up. Sadie Hawkins, or TOLO, has never been quite as popular as Homecoming, but this year the difference in ticket sales was astounding. Homecoming brought in...

I Am Human

I Am Human

by Jessica Duch, Staff Writer
December 10, 2015
Filed under Opinion, Top Stories

It is difficult to ignore the terror of the recent attacks in Paris. As young teens, many of us think about our potential future as America is asked to delve deeper into war alongside France. Most of Glacier Peak students were far too young to remember and react to 9/11, however the focus of increasing...

No Means No

No Means No

Jessica Duch, Staff Writer
November 12, 2015
Filed under Opinion

Most students if asked can easily identify the difference between yes and no, but do they really understand the idea of consent? The definition of consent is permission for something to happen or an agreement to do something. Consent should be a clear decision between two parties. Most students who...

Femi-noism?

Femi-noism?

Jessica Tiede, Staff Writer
November 12, 2015
Filed under Opinion

Women struggle with equal rights in their daily lives. Whether you’re a female protesting the popular Twitter account “Meninist” or debating the school's dress code, at some point women are being told they are different (read less than) or not equal to men. If you are a male or female the prominence...

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