• Movie Review: Into The Woods

    Movie Review: Into The Woods

    Hailey Massey

    January 28, 2015

    Rob Marshall, the director of Chicago (2002), has created another musical masterpiece with his newest work Into The Woods (2014). The original version, which debuted in 1986, premiered on Broadway in 1987. The Brother's Grimm style leads to a world for more mature audiences. Though it has a rating... READ MORE »»

  • Danny Willis: Always Acting Up

    Danny Willis: Always Acting Up

    Emma Eekhoff

    January 26, 2015

    Sometimes High School students in the community are so lively with extra-curricular activities but they don’t get recognized for it in school when they rightfully should, Danny Willis is one of those kids. He is constantly in a new play or musical production at the high school, Olympic Theater Arts... READ MORE »»

  • School Shootings

    School Shootings

    Sierra Perdue

    January 22, 2015

    Since 1980, there has been 137 fatal shootings that killed a total of 297 people, 62 of these victims being high school students. A recent and traumatic school shooting in Washington, was at Marysville Pilchuck High School, on October 24, 2014. Jaylen Fryberg had shot five of his fellow classmates before... READ MORE »»

  • Sequim High Takes It to The Slopes

    Sequim High Takes It to The Slopes

    Emily Copeland

    January 21, 2015

    Winter is here, we all love the holiday cheer that surrounds us around this time of year. But for some, winter is a special time for some mountain sessions. Whether your sport is skiing, snowboarding, or maybe sledding. Here in Washington State we have so many wonderful places to cure your snow fever.... READ MORE »»

  • An Afternoon With Erin Jones

    An Afternoon With Erin Jones

    Maeve Harris, Reporter

    January 16, 2015

    Last Thursday, January 8th, I had the distinct pleasure of seeing Erin Jones, Federal Way Public School’s Director of Equity and White House honored leader, speak at Peninsula College. Erin Jones was orphaned at birth and adopted by her parents, who subsequently moved to the Netherlands,... READ MORE »»

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Student Life

School Shootings

School Shootings

Sierra Perdue

Since 1980, there has been 137 fatal shootings that killed a total of 297 people, 62 of these victims being high school students. A recent and traumatic school shooting in...  Read More »

January 22, 2015 • 0 comments

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News

Farewell To a Great American Leader

Farewell To a Great American Leader

Elise Beuke

Stephen Colbert, some may say a political genius, is saying good bye to his reining grown glory "The Colbert Report" and adopting David Letterman's infant of a show. Some...  Read More »

January 8, 2015 • 0 comments

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Arts & Entertainment

Movie Review: Into The Woods

Movie Review: Into The Woods

Hailey Massey

Rob Marshall, the director of Chicago (2002), has created another musical masterpiece with his newest work Into The Woods (2014). The original version, which debuted in 1986,...  Read More »

January 28, 2015 • 0 comments

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Sports

Sequim High Takes It to The Slopes

Sequim High Takes It to The Slopes

Emily Copeland

Winter is here, we all love the holiday cheer that surrounds us around this time of year. But for some, winter is a special time for some mountain sessions. Whether your sport...  Read More »

January 21, 2015 • 0 comments

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Opinion

Girls Like Football Now, Too

Girls Like Football Now, Too

Katie Stevenson, Senior Editor

My father raised my sister and I in such a way that I never realized some girls and women across the world were treated differently than men. Our parents had us do yard work,...  Read More »

January 20, 2015 • 0 comments

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Community

An Afternoon With Erin Jones

An Afternoon With Erin Jones

Maeve Harris, Reporter

Last Thursday, January 8th, I had the distinct pleasure of seeing Erin Jones, Federal Way Public School’s Director of Equity and White House honored leader, speak...  Read More »

January 16, 2015 • 0 comments

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