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Remembering the Old Ceramics Room

January 28, 2019

From the paint handprints on the walls, to the funky lights, to the decades of student artwork on the walls, the ceramics room is unlike any other room in the old Sehome building. The room has been a wo...

Sehome conspiracy Theories: Mr. Toney is a hologram confirmed; Please hold, cloning in progress

Cayden Larossa and Nate Southcott

November 18, 2018

Mr. Toney is a hologram confirmed Mark Toney is a beloved teacher at Sehome High School, and has been for nearly 18 years. He teaches Advanced Placement Physics and has been the head of the science department for most of his time at the school. He is widely known for his sense of humor and the down to earth attitude that m...

Pledging Allegiance

Kenzie Knapp, Editor

March 5, 2018

Amidst so much change in our school there is one thing that remains constant throughout: the Pledge of Allegiance. Despite not everyone being unified in agreement over reciting the pledge, it continues to be a daily ritual without much questioning, until now. Teachers and students have many different positions on the pledg...

Book Review:

Book Review: “All the Crooked Saints” by Maggie Stiefvater

March 5, 2018

“All the Crooked Saints” is another perfect example of author Maggie Stiefvater’s haunting and dis...

Review: Black Panther

Angela Ha, Reporter

February 28, 2018

Have you seen the Black Panther yet? Not only was the plot exciting, this movie included a mainly African American cast and diretor, Ryan Coogler. Black Panther did a great job at portraying female leads, embracing diversity and culture as well as showing the way that African Americans are treated differently, which mad...

Review: Little Dark Age

Jeffrey Nestor, Reporter

February 28, 2018

“Little Dark Age” is MGMT’s poppiest release since “Oracular Spectacular,” and it’s an absolute blast. While the album is definitely part of the 80s craze right now with its wavy synthpop stylings, there are also some prominent influences from 60s psychedelic pop and quirky 90s indie pop. The album leads o...

Reactions to shootings: enough is enough

Henry Huck, Reporter

February 28, 2018

People draw a lot of comparisons between Columbine and 9-11, two events not a single Sehome student is old enough to really remember. When Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold killed thirteen students and themselves on April 20, 1999, the world stood still. Edward Wissing (History), then a college student, remembered the atmosphere...

One to one technology problem

Sarah Eisses, Reporter

February 28, 2018

Next year, Sehome will be participating in the 1:1 Student Technology program, where every student will be given a device. The 2-in-1 device is a laptop that can also be converted into a tablet. This is possible due to the 2017 Technology Levy that was passed by voters in February 2016. The projects of this levy will take place th...

Book Review: “Scythe” by Neal Shusterman

February 28, 2018

Looking for a novel that detracts from the mainstream cliches of modern YA science fiction novels? This...

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Music Review: MGMT – “Little Dark Age”

February 28, 2018

“Little Dark Age” is MGMT’s poppiest release since “Oracular Spectacular,” and it’s an a...

Movie Review: “Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle”

Octavia Ocheltree-Murdock, Reporter

February 28, 2018

“Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle” acts as a sequel to the first “Jumanji” (1995), where a young man named Alan Parrish becomes trapped in the board game after playing with his friend. Years later, he is freed by a pair of siblings. While serving detention after getting in trouble with their the teachers, the kids a...

Movie Review:

Movie Review: “Call Me By Your Name”

February 28, 2018

“Call Me By Your Name” is a bright and syrupy-sweet gay romance. It's set in a small town in Ita...

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