Student Voices in Washington Schools

By Maya Gheewala To make schools inclusive and welcoming, it is critical to include students in the decision making process. A few weeks ago, I wrote an article in the Seattle Times about how schools can do a better job incorporating student voices, and the benefits of including them. Here are some ways for students to get involved in Washington: Washington State Board of Education … Continue reading Student Voices in Washington Schools

Boys Soccer goes to state championship, earns 3rd place

By Ethan Seet Tumwater WA:  What a season for boys soccer! The Redhawks returned to their first state championship  tournament since 1997.  This is the first time they made it this far. With the inexperience we had, we lost to one of the best teams in state vs Squalicum. The two goals were scored by Shea Ansell, but that was not enough to beat the … Continue reading Boys Soccer goes to state championship, earns 3rd place

Sammamish Students Reflect on First Fully In-Person School Year Since 2018-2019

By: Daniela Mattson             After nine months of what has truly been a historic year for Sammamish, now is the time to pause and reflect on the highs, lows, and everything in between. From numerous notable sport season finishes, to music and performing arts performances, this year has been full of events and new memories made. The last time students, staff, and administrators were all … Continue reading Sammamish Students Reflect on First Fully In-Person School Year Since 2018-2019

ULTIMATE GUIDE TO OREOs

By Journalism Staff Nabisco produces a baffling 80+ Oreo flavors—so how are you to decide between Carmel Coconut and Lemon? Java Chip and Mint? Choco Peanut Butter Pie or just plain ol’ original? Well, we have your backs! Over the past month, our journalistic staff has tested, tasted, and considered an exhaustive list of Oreo flavors, and we’re here to tell you all about it! … Continue reading ULTIMATE GUIDE TO OREOs

Sounders Big deal: History! Seattle! History!

By Ethan Seet  On May 4th, in Seattle, Washington, Lumen Field hosted the biggest game in Sounder’s history. Not just that, the biggest win in Major League Soccer history. Seattle Sounders beat Club Universidad Nacional Pumas to become the first MLS club to win the Scotiabank Concacaf in Champions league history. The sounders have to deal with two injuries, with midfielder Joao Paulo tearing his … Continue reading Sounders Big deal: History! Seattle! History!

Wordle: The Game That Took the Internet by a Storm

By Tessa Tsai What is “Wordle?” Well, it’s a simple, yet addictive little puzzle game that has rapidly gained popularity across the world. The game was created by software engineer Josh Wardle, with some help from his partner, Palak Shah, in October 2021. It was originally intended for just him and his partner, who loved word games, but has since grown from just a small … Continue reading Wordle: The Game That Took the Internet by a Storm

Boys soccer is a powerhouse in Kingco

By Ethan Seet Redhawks soccer: Highline 5-0 Win, Evergreen 3-1 win, 3-0 vs Renton win, and the team is ranked 5th in state. It’s clear that this team is a real contender. In the Highline game, it was all Redhawks dominating possession.   Goals were scored by Ail Reza Sotoudeh, Abner Hernandez with two goals, Anthony Suazo with one, freshmen Max Glidden with a goal, … Continue reading Boys soccer is a powerhouse in Kingco