Students Tired of Sleepless Nights

Students Tired of Sleepless Nights

Rikki Lehman, reporter
May 14, 2012
Filed under Student Life

Teenagers stay up late.  Many students are not getting enough sleep, causing them to have trouble focusing in class, or even falling asleep. Not getting enough sleep can become a problem for students- especially for those who have other after school activities, such as sports, clubs, or jobs. “Teenagers’... Read more »

Popularity Not Popular at SHS

Rikki Lehman, reporter
March 23, 2012
Filed under Student Life

Popularity: You always see it in the movies, but is it present in high school? Whenever you see a movie about high school, there are always the jocks and ‘popular’ girls, the nerds, etc. However, that’s just the movies, not real life. Most students at Sequim... Read more »

Equestrian Team Left in the Dust

Equestrian Team Left in the Dust

Kelsey van Dyken, Reporter/Photographer
March 22, 2012
Filed under Sports Center, Student Life, Top Stories

Overlooked and left in the shadows, the Sequim High School Equestrian Team feels as if they have been left in the dust. The competitive horseback riding that the team participates in is not considered a sport at Sequim High School. Many of the people around the school believe that it is. Here at Sequim... Read more »

Average Students Struggle to get Noticed

Average Students Struggle to get Noticed

Jordan Daracunas, reporter
March 7, 2012
Filed under Community

Here at Sequim High School there are many hardworking and talented students. The school has a reputation for producing successful individuals. With two extremes on the academic scale that most students land on, either doing well naturally or not caring, those that fall in between often get overlooked.... Read more »

The Truth About Annoying Freshmen

The Truth About Annoying Freshmen

Steven Hall, reporter
March 2, 2012
Filed under Student Life, Top Stories

They’re new, they’re in the way, they’re the babies of the school and we all love to hate them. Freshmen are the target of much loathing, especially from upperclassmen who always put the blame on the little guy. ”They're just too outgoing and think that they're all-important. Some think they... Read more »