• Lunch With Sam Lachow

    Lunch With Sam Lachow

    Emma Eekhoff

    September 11, 2014

    Over the summer, I had the opportunity to sit down with Sam Lachow at 8 oz Burgers on Capitol Hill, the main man behind the album hip-hop Huckleberry; which takes its namesake of his legal middle name. We chatted about the big picture of the 15-track album, favorite memories while making Huckleberry,... READ MORE »»

    Sam Lachow hanging out on Capital Hill. Photo by Emma Eekhoff

  • In Defense of Food

    In Defense of Food

    Kristina Holtrop, Reporter

    June 18, 2014

    Michael Pollan’s book In Defense of Food: An Eater’s Manifesto cleverly dissects and lays out the connections between the food industry, nutrition science, the government, and the consumer’s mouth. In this new age of diet fads and ever-increasing obesity and dietary diseases, there are dozens... READ MORE »»

  • How to Train your Dragon

    How to Train your Dragon

    June 16, 2014

    At first glance, Berk is a meaningless, lost land with little to offer other communities. How To Train Your Dragon is a classic film and sets good precedent for its sequel. DreamWorks strikes again! Narrated by Hiccup, a slightly nerdy-young Viking, the movie takes us through the angst that the... READ MORE »»

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  • Resting In Power – Remembering Yuri Kochiyama

    Resting In Power – Remembering Yuri Kochiyama

    Emma Eekhoff

    June 16, 2014

    “Life is not what you alone make it. Life is the input of everyone who touched your life and every experience that entered it. We are all one another,” proclaimed the late great Yuri Kochiyama. Kochiyama passed away on the night of June 1st. Yuri is known famously for the activism she... READ MORE »»

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Join NHD!

Join NHD!

Emily Carter, Reporter

National History Day is a research competition open to middle and high school students. Competitors must choose a topic, conduct thorough research about this topic, and present...  Read More »

June 18, 2014 • 0 comments

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Sequim Schools Adopt Transgender Policy

Katie Stevenson, Editor

In early August, the Sequim School Board approved adopting a transgender inclusive school policy. The policy includes a gender nonspecific dress code, but the prominent feature...  Read More »

September 11, 2014 • 0 comments

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You Should Know About the Rodeo

You Should Know About the Rodeo

Molly Braaten, Reporter

What do you think of when you hear the word “rodeo”? People’s answers can range from bulls to cowboys to clowns. The term doesn’t usually generate a lot of respect,...  Read More »

June 17, 2014 • 0 comments

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In Defense of Food

In Defense of Food

Kristina Holtrop, Reporter

Michael Pollan’s book In Defense of Food: An Eater’s Manifesto cleverly dissects and lays out the connections between the food industry, nutrition science, the government,...  Read More »

June 18, 2014 • 0 comments

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