• Yes, We’re Open
    News

    Yes, We’re Open

    Quinn Sullivan

    May 9, 2016

    It’s just a normal Wednesday. Students spill out of Garfield and disperse out into the Central District. Some run for the bus, others pull out their car keys, and some walk towards 2820 East Cherry Street. Behind these doors lies one of many free-food resources for any Garfield student. One of the... READ MORE »»

  • Purple Rain
    Arts & Entertainment

    Purple Rain

    Susana Davidson

    May 6, 2016

    Prince Rogers Nelson, the incredibly innovative and talented musician, performer and producer died last Thursday, April 21, in Chanhassen, Minnesota at the age of 57. His absence was felt throughout the nation. Prince’s parents were both jazz performers and so Prince was surrounded by music since... READ MORE »»

  • Me, Myself, and I
    Sports

    Me, Myself, and I

    Eli Wilson

    May 6, 2016

    From preparation, to in game mentality, to post game reflection- individual sports and team sports differ on many levels. While so many x-factors surround success in a team sport, individual athletes can find themselves with internal conflicts and little teammate support to help overcome this adversity.... READ MORE »»

  • Skirt in the Dirt
    Sports

    Skirt in the Dirt

    Sydney Santos

    May 6, 2016

    Breathing heavily on the sizzling turf, she wipes her sweat on her miniskirt and, her mouth crowded with a neon mouthguard, yells “Any dogs in the house, true dogs?”. Her peers, also donning slimy mouthguards and fashionable outfits, reply “Hell ya!”. After they bark for a short time, the girl... READ MORE »»

  • Fresh Coach, Fresh Start
    Sports

    Fresh Coach, Fresh Start

    Bella Rowland-Reid

    May 6, 2016

    Remember the last time you went to a softball game? For a majority of Garfield students, experiences with softball are limited to watching a pitch or two from 24th street as they walk home from school or half-heartedly listening to the previous day’s scores on the morning announcements. According... READ MORE »»

  • KEXP’s New Digs
    Arts & Entertainment

    KEXP’s New Digs

    Hannah Tacke

    May 6, 2016

    On April 16th, KEXP held a grand opening of their new headquarters at the Seattle Center. The radio station introduced the public to the new space with warm performances by Seattle locals Grace Love, Sera Cahoone, David Bazan, and many more with public tours of the new facility throughout the day. Back... READ MORE »»

  • Cool Calm Ky
    Arts & Entertainment

    Cool Calm Ky

    Elena Orlando

    May 6, 2016

    Unlike most seniors, Kyle Ting a.k.a. Cool Calm Ky makes music about perseverance and wants all the music he makes to be free. Ting’s positive and inspirational outlook on life finds its way into his music, and sets him apart from most 18 year olds.   Where do you find inspiration? “There is a specific type of song that I ... READ MORE »»

  • Bust a Move Without Breaking the Bank
    Arts & Entertainment

    Bust a Move Without Breaking the Bank

    Hera Ford

    May 3, 2016

    It’s prom season and seniors are gearing up for that one “special night” (besides graduation). While this year’s prom theme is “What a Time to be Alive”, it's also a time to save money. With the cost of tickets, outfits, transportation and after party plans, prom can get pretty pricey. But... READ MORE »»

Purple Rain

Purple Rain

Susana Davidson

Prince Rogers Nelson, the incredibly innovative and talented musician, performer and producer died last Thursday, April 21, in Chanhassen, Minnesota at the age of 57. His...  Read More »

May 6, 2016

KEXP

KEXP’s New Digs

May 6, 2016

kyle

Cool Calm Ky

May 6, 2016

couple1

Bust a Move Without Breaking the Bank

May 3, 2016

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Yes, We’re Open

Yes, We’re Open

Quinn Sullivan

It’s just a normal Wednesday. Students spill out of Garfield and disperse out into the Central District. Some run for the bus, others pull out their car keys, and some walk...  Read More »

May 9, 2016

“Systematic Oppression Ends Here”

April 29, 2016

safe place

SPD’s Safe Place Initiative Enters SPS

April 29, 2016

orcabowl

Nationals Bound from the Puget Sound

April 29, 2016

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Use Your Vote, Use Your Voice

Use Your Vote, Use Your Voice

Elena Orlando and Bella Rowland-Reid

In 2012, only 16% of 18-24 year-olds voted in the presidential election.   What is the difference between a caucus and a primary? According to AP US History teacher, Mr. Tr...  Read More »

March 21, 2016

flaming garfield

Too Cool for School

March 21, 2016

If You’re Reading This it’s Not Too Late

February 29, 2016

Advice

Life Advice

February 29, 2016

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