• Sports Illustrated: Sexist Edition
    Sports

    Sports Illustrated: Sexist Edition

    Claire Boudour

    March 24, 2016

    You grab a magazine from the newsstand, its cover featuring a model with windswept hair and perfectly tan skin, in nothing but a bikini bottom. It’s Playboy, right? Wrong. Sports Illustrated, the nation’s most popular sports magazine, stops writing about sports for one issue a year and instead focuses... READ MORE »»

  • A Contract is a Contract
    Sports

    A Contract is a Contract

    Aidan Chestnut and Aidin Montefisher

    March 24, 2016

    The Seattle Seahawks’ offseason last year was bloated with news about Kam Chancellor and his contract, instead of the game of football. Chancellor wanted to rework his contract in the hopes of getting more money. He was due to make $5.1 million in 2016 and $6.8 million in 2017 before becoming a free... READ MORE »»

  • Infiltrating the Cult
    Sports

    Infiltrating the Cult

    Emma Cooper

    March 24, 2016

    Our marching band embodies Garfield spirit and excellence. They’re at every basketball and football game without fail, and play their hearts out every time. When they play the opening bars of Waka Flocka’s Hard in the Paint, it’s often very difficult to not dance. Sometimes I even have to be phy... READ MORE »»

  • Top 15 Feminist Jams for Women’s History Month
    Arts & Entertainment

    Top 15 Feminist Jams for Women’s History Month

    Susana Davidson and Emma Cooper

    March 22, 2016

    Run The World (Girls) - Beyoncé This goes out to all my girls that's in the club rocking the latest. Who will buy it for themselves and get more money later.   BO$$ - Fifth Harmony C-O-N-F-I-D-E-N-T. That's me, I'm confident.   Feeling Myself - Nicki Minaj ft. Beyoncé C... READ MORE »»

  • Where Have the Years Gone?
    Arts & Entertainment

    Where Have the Years Gone?

    Hannah Tacke

    March 22, 2016

    Before the Side-by-Side concert with the Garfield High School orchestra, Seattle Mayor Ed Murray proclaimed Tuesday, March 1, 2016 “Marcus Tsutakawa Day” in honor his 30 years of teaching and service at Garfield High School. After a thirty year teaching career, Marcus Tsutakawa can count reinvigorating... READ MORE »»

  • Quest for the Best: Food Delivery
    Arts & Entertainment

    Quest for the Best: Food Delivery

    Julia Lin and Sydney Santos

    March 21, 2016

    You just got home after a long day at school. Throughout all six classes, you’ve been fantasizing about the snack you’ll devour when you get home.`But, when you open the fridge, nothing looks like it will satisfy your tenacious cravings. Plus, you just pulled on your comfiest Hello Kitty onesie and... READ MORE »»

Choir Program Setbacks

Caleb Stocker and Sydney Santos

After a tumultuous 2015, Garfield again does not have a choir or piano teacher. Dr. Timothy Black has left Garfield after spending the first semester at the long-term sub...  Read More »

March 23, 2016

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March 23, 2016

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March 22, 2016

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March 22, 2016

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Sports Illustrated: Sexist Edition

Sports Illustrated: Sexist Edition

Claire Boudour

You grab a magazine from the newsstand, its cover featuring a model with windswept hair and perfectly tan skin, in nothing but a bikini bottom. It’s Playboy, right? Wrong....  Read More »

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