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  • TH1RTEEN R3ASONS WHY
  • Third annual Tolo takes it to the beach
  • 42nd Street surpasses expectations
  • Divide, Ed Sheeran’s new album, shaped beautifully
  • Annoying selfies spam social media
  • Girls dance into competition
  • Sweat pants make life more comfortable
  • TH1RTEEN R3ASONS WHY
    A&E, Movie Reviews

    TH1RTEEN R3ASONS WHY

    Alyssa Shrader, Staff reporter

    April 27, 2017

    The new Netflix series Th1rteen R3asons Why, whom Brian Yorkey adapted with inspiration from the 2007 young adult novel by Jay Asher, tells the story of Hannah Baker, a young girl who fell into depression and committed suicide. Before taking her life, however, Hannah made seven tapes with thirteen r...

    "If you're listening, you're one of the reasons."

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  • Third annual Tolo takes it to the beach
    News

    Third annual Tolo takes it to the beach

    Sasha Terry, Staff Reporter

    March 24, 2017

    Tolo is back for its third year. ASB is hosting the dance on Friday, March 24 and they decided on the theme, “A Night at the Beach.” The dance is $8 with ASB and $10 without. The dance will be held in the small gym and it will begin at 9 p.m. and run until 11 p.m. Aspirit week will lead up to...

    Tolo with be beach themed and casual as always. ASB expects this Tolo to bring the school together, according to ASB president senior Kerry Dolan.

    Jessica Perez

  • 42nd Street surpasses expectations
    A&E

    42nd Street surpasses expectations

    Bella Coronado, Staff Reporter

    March 24, 2017

    This year’s school musical, 42nd Street, by Michael Stewart and Mark Bramble, was staged in a 1930s city scene, featuring many jazz ensembles and tap routines. With only two months to master lines and the complexity of tap dancing, the entire cast succeeded in wowing audiences. Junior Rhyonna ...

    Members of the cast of 42nd Street gather for a curtain call. Dance ensemble members include juniors Julia Seligman and Denver Rogers, freshman Jocelle Pham and Maya Martin, and senior Tara Benabid.

    PHOTO COURTESY OF MAYA MARTIN

  • Divide, Ed Sheeran’s new album, shaped beautifully
    A&E

    Divide, Ed Sheeran’s new album, shaped beautifully

    Sasha Terry, Staff Reporter

    March 24, 2017

    Ed Sheeran released the Divide album, produced by Atlantic Records on March 3. The 16-track album has a mixture of different genres, with folk, pop and a little Latin. Divide is also a follow-up from the studio albums Sheeran produced, including Plus (2011) and Multiply (2014). Compared to Sheeran’s ...

  • Annoying selfies spam social media
    Opinion

    Annoying selfies spam social media

    Chloe Knox, staff reporter

    March 24, 2017

    Scrolling through Instagram—more like scrolling through selfies. One from this angle, one from that angle, and one from above. Posting an occasional selfie is one thing, but posting six at a time, or one hourly, is the most annoying thing one can do on social media. Looking through one’s feed and...

    Freshmen Kari Holte, Lani Marshall, and Delanie Seehafer take a selfie at lunch to show their friendship to the online world. Selfies such as these are acceptable if posted periodically, but when posted every passing period, it gets old.

    PHOTO BY CHLOE KNOX

  • Girls dance into competition
    Sports

    Girls dance into competition

    Bailee Youngren, Staff Reporter

    March 24, 2017

    The dance team is getting ready for their competition at District and they are hoping to go to State later in the year. The team has had four competitions so far. Junior Kyla Poquis says that she is really focused on making sure the whole team is all on the same page and making minimal mistakes. The...

    Photo by Kyla Poquis

  • Sweat pants make life more comfortable
    Opinion

    Sweat pants make life more comfortable

    Jessica Perez, Editor-in-Chief

    March 24, 2017

    Sweatpants are the thread that hold our society together. They are a soft heaven that keep our legs warm. We would be nowhere in Washington State if it weren’t for our sweatpants keeping us warm and comfortable throughout the day. When getting out of bed in the morning, most people don’t really...

    Sweatpants, such as the ones worn above, are nice enough to wear. You don’t want to look like a hobo and you can be comfortable while walking from class to class.

    PHOTO BY JESSICA PEREZ

News

Executive orders hold extreme significance

Executive orders hold extreme significance

Sara Koenig, Staff Reporter

President Donald Trump’s 34 executive orders thus far have included many controversial changes. These include the “Muslim Ban,” continued building of pipelines such as the Dakota Access Pipeline, and “the Mexico City Policy,” which refers to a ban on funding organizations internationally that provide abortions. President...

March 24, 2017No Comments

Third annual Tolo takes it to the beach

Third annual Tolo takes it to the beach

Sasha Terry, Staff Reporter

Tolo is back for its third year. ASB is hosting the dance on Friday, March 24 and they decided on the theme, “A Night at the Beach.” The dance is $8 with ASB and $10 without. The dance will be held in the small gym and it will begin at 9 p.m. and run until 11 p.m. Aspirit week will lead up to the dance. Senior...

March 24, 2017No Comments

Women march against Trump

Women march against Trump

Maya Martin, Staff Reporter

All across the United States of America, women grew upset and astonished that President Donald Trump became the new president, and decided to take a stand. On Jan. 21, millions of women all over the country participated in the International Women’s March. According to The New York Times, the Women’s March in Washington...

March 24, 2017No Comments

Earth Day promises new initiatives

Earth Day promises new initiatives

Bella Coronado, Staff Reporter

Every year, Earth Day revolves around a specific theme in order to keep people focused on the needs of our planet. The 2017 theme is environmental and climate literacy. Millions of people around the nation will celebrate the Earth by cleaning it up, spending time outdoors, and bringing forth environmental concerns. To...

March 24, 2017No Comments

Spring events keep ASB busy

Spring events keep ASB busy

PJ Sills, Staff Reporter

The sunflowers and roses are in bloom with spring, and so is the work of ASB. Planning assemblies, dances, conventions, and decorating the entire school are tasks the student board has been responsible for so far this year. One recent undertaking ASB dealt with was prepping the school for SPLASC, a leadership conference...

March 24, 2017No Comments

“Pop couture” inspires charitable fashionistas

“Pop couture” inspires charitable fashionistas

Maya Martin, Staff Reporter

The prom fashion show takes place on March 25 at the Rottles store in downtown Auburn. Tickets are selling at $5 a person, and the event begins at 6 p.m. The Fashion Club hopes to meet their goal of raising $2,000 through their show to donate to the Kiwanis Children’s Cancer Program. “[The theme] is called Pop...

March 24, 2017No Comments

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Opinion

Raven Rant: Lagging Computers

Alexus Jacobs and PJ Sills

Slow Computers

April 24, 2017No Comments

Trump’s “fake news” causes controversy

Trump’s “fake news” causes controversy

Sasha Terry, Staff Reporter

President Donald Trump’s fake accusations against news and media websites has caused citizens to wonder if the news is giving deceptive information. Journalists are covering the truth in politics to...

March 24, 2017No Comments

Annoying selfies spam social media

Annoying selfies spam social media

Chloe Knox, staff reporter

Scrolling through Instagram—more like scrolling through selfies. One from this angle, one from that angle, and one from above. Posting an occasional selfie is one thing, but posting six at a time, or...

March 24, 2017No Comments

Sweat pants make life more comfortable

Sweat pants make life more comfortable

Jessica Perez, Editor-in-Chief

Sweatpants are the thread that hold our society together. They are a soft heaven that keep our legs warm. We would be nowhere in Washington State if it weren’t for our sweatpants keeping us warm and...

March 24, 2017No Comments

Impatient people are highly rude

Impatient people are highly rude

March 24, 2017

Picture driving or riding in the car, waiting at a redlight, and just as it turns green, the person behind you honks thei...

Pressure to dress fancy is judgemental

Pressure to dress fancy is judgemental

March 24, 2017

In high school, there’s a lot of pressure to fit in. You can look around and see many students wearing the same brands...

Trump update: deplorable dysfunctional deceiver

Trump update: deplorable dysfunctional deceiver

March 24, 2017

“Dictator [noun] A ruler with total power over a country” —Oxford Dictionary. It’s debatable whether this definition...

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Feature

Immigrants deal with ICE raids

Immigrants deal with ICE raids

Jessica Perez, Editor-in-Chief

Donald Trump recently changed the United States immigration policy, which was previously  changed under the Obama administration, so that it stripped away the restrictions on who can be deported. Trump...

March 24, 2017No Comments

“Great Wall of Mexico” would  increase illegal immigration

“Great Wall of Mexico” would increase illegal immigration

Sara Koenig, Staff Reporter

According to the Rasmussen Reports, 51 percent of the American populace believes illegal immigrants are stealing jobs and 11 percent are not sure. 28 percent do not think illegal immigrants are stealing...

March 24, 2017No Comments

Jedi Religion: Rise of the Jedi

Jedi Religion: Rise of the Jedi

Alyssa Shrader, Staff Reporter

The Star Wars series may have come out a long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away, but no one has forgotten about it. “I was about nine when the first Star Wars film came out,” vice Principal Frank...

March 24, 2017No Comments

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A&E

TH1RTEEN R3ASONS WHY

TH1RTEEN R3ASONS WHY

Alyssa Shrader, Staff reporter

The new Netflix series Th1rteen R3asons Why, whom Brian Yorkey adapted with inspiration from the 2007 young adult novel by Jay Asher, tells the story of Hannah Baker, ...

April 27, 2017No Comments

42nd Street surpasses expectations

42nd Street surpasses expectations

Bella Coronado, Staff Reporter

This year’s school musical, 42nd Street, by Michael Stewart and Mark Bramble, was staged in a 1930s city scene, featuring many jazz ensembles and tap ...

March 24, 2017No Comments

Divide, Ed Sheeran’s new album, shaped beautifully

Divide, Ed Sheeran’s new album, shaped beautifully

Sasha Terry, Staff Reporter

Ed Sheeran released the Divide album, produced by Atlantic Records on March 3. The 16-track album has a mixture of different genres, with folk, pop and ...

March 24, 2017No Comments

  • Artist of the Issue: Adam Levine March 24, 2017
  • Shawn Mendes captures teenage girls’ hearts March 24, 2017

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