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Should You Take a Gap Year?

Should You Take a Gap Year?

Aidan Simpson, Staff Writer

April 8, 2018


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Believe it or not, the end of the school year is fast approaching and that leaves many graduating seniors with a decision, should they take a gap year before college? The idea seems appealing, no academic stress, no failed tests or bad grades, no high school drama, and it gives them a chance to find...

Spring Break Staycation Adventures

Spring Break Staycation Adventures

Elizabeth Schwartzhoff, Staff Writer

March 29, 2018


Filed under Student Life, Top Stories

Spring Break is here and not everyone is going on vacation, but that does not mean you can’t have a staycation while also having fun and having aesthetically pleasing food for your Instagram. Also, a little editing never hurt anyone, VSCO is a great editing app for all your food and adventures. Here...

The Upcoming Paramount Season

The Upcoming Paramount Season

Lauren Peltier, Staff Writer

March 13, 2018


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The Paramount has a new season that many are excited about. Each season Broadway shows go on tour and come to the Paramount in Seattle to perform a Broadway level show. This year the season is particularly good. The season the shows include Dear Evan Hansen, then The Color Purple, Waitress, On Your...

School Stress Subsistence

School Stress Subsistence

Ciara Fortier, Staff Writter

March 5, 2018


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As the year runs closer to an end, we start to see the student stress levels rise. Whether it is due to lack of sleep, tests, procrastination on homework/projects, grades, or even the little things in life. They get to us and eventually we start to break down. We need to help ourselves get better about...

Learn About The LMC

Learn About The LMC

Jacquelyn Roush, Staff Writer

March 2, 2018


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If you go to the library, you'll notice that on top of the reference book shelves there’s an ever-changing selection of books on display. These books are new arrivals to the LMC. You can always check out books from the display on top of the shelves or even in the display window in front of the LMC...

Look Out For The Flu

Look Out For The Flu

Melany Herrejon, Staff Writer

February 27, 2018


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The flu is a common viral infection that can be deadly. There are more than three million cases in the US each year. Every year the flu contains a new strain which leaves doctors and researchers attempting to create a vaccine that will be effective around the country. This year’s strain has been identified...

Grizzly Cubs Take On GP

Grizzly Cubs Take On GP

Abi Ricci, Staff Writer

February 27, 2018


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From Feb. 6 to Feb. 9, our elementary Grizzly Cubs came and ate lunch with their older pals. Tuesday, the cubs from Cathcart came, Wednesday was Seattle Hill, Thursday were the kiddos from Totem Falls, and Friday was our little neighbors from across the street at Little Cedars. Ana Black has a cub...

Thoughts And Prayers

Thoughts And Prayers

Kirsty Fleming, Staff Writer

February 27, 2018


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Thoughts and prayers. This is one of, if not the most, common response to the mass shootings that plague our country. The fact that there even needs to be a common reaction to a mass shooting is absurd, yet it's become the norm in America. In the past 1,870 days, there has been a total of 1,624 ma...

Give A Little, Get A Little

Give A Little, Get A Little

Chloe Hartmann, Staff Writer

February 27, 2018


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Senior Hannah Fadden took advantage of a possible scholarship for $500 to host a blood drive advertised to her through email through our school, she took an immediate response to the email in excitement of how easy it seemed. After gathering details about the scholarship she planned out the event by...

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