The student news source of Garfield High School


  • Meet Otieno Terry

    Photo by Ruby Seiwerath Otieno Terry graduated from Garfield in 2011. As a young, local musician, Otieno shared insight on his path through Gar...

  • Upstander of the Issue

    What is the Five Girl Powers Project? My mom and a group of other girls and women created this website that has stories, videos, and activities whe...

  • Do you Know Your Snow?

    A blizzard of sparkling snow crystals dance through the brisk air. You stick out your tongue out to catch a few flakes. Cars are idle and blanketed in...

  • How to give back this Holiday Season

    Homeless Shelters As easy as it is to get wrapped up in the endless hot cocoa and candy canes of the holidays, it’s important to focus on the bigge...

  • “Knowledge is Power”

    The first of its kind at Garfield, a luncheon last Monday the 16th featured a presentation by two women from SpaceX who talked about their experiences...

  • A “How-To” On Allyship

    1. TAKE A FEW STEPS BACK (or just stay in the back) As an ally, sometimes it’s hard to differentiate between when to speak and when to stay silent....

  • Upstander of the issue

    An Upstander is someone who acts to make positive change. Junior Jaya Duckworth recently wrote an article on multi-racialism that was published in the...

  • The Multiracial Student Union

    The Multiracial Student Union may be new to Garfield this year, but it is already fast tracking progress on many social issues within the Garfield com...

  • New Directions

    Ever since its founding in 1985, the Garfield Orchestra has brought much prestige and honor to Garfield High School. In 1997, twelve years after the p...

  • Get To Know

    In the past few months, Bulldogs have been buzzing around with black and yellow bracelets, that say “Save The Bees.” The masterminds behind this e...

  • Look Back At It

    Garfield has changed a lot since its doors opened in 1920. Sometimes in our modern era we forget to reflect on times past and how the students, curric...

  • Appreciation or Appropriation?

    For a long time now, white American restaurants have made foods from various cultures much more accessible to a range of people from different ethnic ...

  • Tribes on Turkey Traditions

    Remember in elementary school when your class dressed up like pilgrims and reenacted the first Thanksgiving dinner? You painted a picture of unity and...

  • Creating Community in Classrooms

    Creating Community in Classrooms

  • Unsung Heroes

    What would you do if you walked into a classroom full of 20 to 30 high schoolers who you didn’t know and who certainly didn’t know you? Run? Screa...

  • Welcome to the THC

    “I think I got something from him Friday night,” said the concerned teenager. If you relate, the Teen Health Center may be the place for you. Fill...

  • How to Get a Free Fireman Suit

    Do you ever spend your first period with your eyes half-open and a small droplet of drool dangling from your mouth? Do you ever look out the window an...

  • Stack on Stacks

    Stack on Stacks

  • The Power of Uncle Joe

    This past summer, on August 10th, our beloved gym manager and dear friend, Joe Bland, passed away from terminal stomach cancer. After 27 years of imp...

  • A Quick Look In Time

    Marcel Davis graduated from Garfield in 2011, over five years ago. Although he felt that his class was fairly divided, he enjoyed the great sense of c...

Two Halves Make a Whole

Guest Writer Gabriel True

The presidential election hit hard, and the failure of Washington State’s carbon tax really packed the punch. At a critical point in international efforts to combat global...  Read More »

Feb 8

Extra! Extra! Reid All About It!

Extra! Extra! Reid All About It!

June 3, 2016

Use Your Vote, Use Your Voice

Use Your Vote, Use Your Voice

March 21, 2016

Too Cool for School

Too Cool for School

March 21, 2016

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News Briefs

Josh Chestnut

Transgender Bathroom Repeal in WA The issue surrounding the use of public and private bathrooms continues in Washington state. The beginning of 2017 was met with a group...  Read More »

Feb 7

Signs of Change

January 31, 2017

America’s Worst Fear

January 24, 2017

Food Photography

November 30, 2016

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The student news source of Garfield High School
The student news source of Garfield High School