• The Oscars
    Arts & Entertainment

    The Oscars

    Bella Rowland-Reid

    January 26, 2016

    Best Actor: In his twenty-seven year career, Leonardo DiCaprio has racked up six Oscar nods for best actor. From his first nominated film, What’s Eating Gilbert Grape, to this year’s The Revenant, Leo has played some of the most charismatic, heartbreaking, revealing, and complex characters the Acade... READ MORE »»

  • Not-S0-Super Bowl
    Sports

    Not-S0-Super Bowl

    Claire Boudour

    January 25, 2016

    Every winter, the United States becomes a football frenzy. Here in Seattle, you can’t take three steps without seeing Seahawks gear. And it isn’t just jerseys, even food products are being made over into 12th man-related snacks. This year the Super Bowl will be on February 7th, and the football craze... READ MORE »»

  • Flawless
    Sports

    Flawless

    Eli Wilson

    January 25, 2016

    “Y-E-L-L Bulldogs yell… GHS!” Every Garfield student knows the words to the famous Y-E-L-L cheer. All the credit for this school wide anthem can be attributed solely to the Bulldogs cheer team. Every August, a couple weeks before the start of school, the cheer squad fires up their season... READ MORE »»

  • The Munchies: Pho-nomenal Farewell
    Arts & Entertainment

    The Munchies: Pho-nomenal Farewell

    Kyle Ting

    January 25, 2016

    As we have learned from the beloved Pixar movie Ratatouille, food invokes a sense of home and comfort. If you can recall the scene when the cranky old food critic (that’s me) eats Remy the rat’s exquisite ratatouille, it can literally send you back in time with just one taste. That’s one of the... READ MORE »»

  • Winter-Ballin’ or Winter-Fallin’
    Arts & Entertainment

    Winter-Ballin’ or Winter-Fallin’

    Emma Cooper

    January 25, 2016

    Winterball. It could be the formal of your delirious daydreams or the disaster of your naughty nightmares. Riddled with complicated decisions of how to ask and who buys the tickets, Winterball must be approached with caution, deliberation, and perseverance. Here are some bold freshman and senior opinions... READ MORE »»

  • Hang up the Phone
    Arts & Entertainment

    Hang up the Phone

    Alex Ferry

    January 25, 2016

    Are we compromising the quality of our lives by giving in to technology? Would we happier without it? Is it possible to live completely free of it? Keenan Simpson and I were very curious to find out, so we did a 48 hour trial without technological use. Prior to this experiment, the longest I had... READ MORE »»

  • How to Live Your Life
    Opinion

    How to Live Your Life

    Julia Robaidek, Samantha Braman, and Kate Mulligan

    January 22, 2016

    So like I'm a straight guy and I hang out with my bros all the time and like bump hella G-Eazy and Yung Lean whenever we chill but like I think I'm in love with Mariah Carey- how do I come out to my bros as a die hard Mariah Carey fan? Sincerely, Yung Lean or the Christmas Queen   For this one, the... READ MORE »»

  • The Bra Problem
    Opinion

    The Bra Problem

    Claire Boudour and Emma Cooper

    January 22, 2016

    Many people wear bras. We do this not only for sex appeal, but for support and comfort. Yet too often, bras are marketed as a product to make a woman sexy or to attract men, when they’re literally just underwear for your chest. For example, Nordstrom is doing a special Valentine’s Day-themed promotion... READ MORE »»

  • Gowns to Come
    Opinion

    Gowns to Come

    Quinn Sullivan

    January 22, 2016

    In the ongoing movement towards gender neutral graduation gowns, conflict was bound to arise. With the traditional gender-divided gown colors, purple marked for “boys” and white marked for “girls,” the school became divided. ASB and many others advocated for all students wearing purple gowns,... READ MORE »»

Know Your Rights

Know Your Rights

Julia Robaidek

On January 19, Garfield’s ACLU (American Civil Liberties Union) club held a forum in the library about teen rights surrounding sexting. This forum was motivated by a...  Read More »

January 22, 2016

bellafafsa

First Come, First FAFSA

January 22, 2016

urpibirdfinal

Color Me Crazy

January 22, 2016

News Briefs

January 22, 2016

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How to Live Your Life

How to Live Your Life

Julia Robaidek, Samantha Braman, and Kate Mulligan

So like I'm a straight guy and I hang out with my bros all the time and like bump hella G-Eazy and Yung Lean whenever we chill but like I think I'm in love with Mariah Ca...  Read More »

January 22, 2016

Danny bra

The Bra Problem

January 22, 2016

gradcapquinn

Gowns to Come

January 22, 2016

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Life Advice (December)

January 4, 2016

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The Oscars

The Oscars

Bella Rowland-Reid

Best Actor: In his twenty-seven year career, Leonardo DiCaprio has racked up six Oscar nods for best actor. From his first nominated film, What’s Eating Gilbert Grape, to...  Read More »

January 26, 2016

Technomania

January 25, 2016

Bamboo pho photo

The Munchies: Pho-nomenal Farewell

January 25, 2016

urpidressypeoplefinal

Winter-Ballin’ or Winter-Fallin’

January 25, 2016

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Not-S0-Super Bowl

Not-S0-Super Bowl

Claire Boudour

Every winter, the United States becomes a football frenzy. Here in Seattle, you can’t take three steps without seeing Seahawks gear. And it isn’t just jerseys, even food...  Read More »

January 25, 2016

Cheer squad

Flawless

January 25, 2016

Jump Off the Bandwagon

January 5, 2016

map new one by emma

Going Downhill Fast.

January 5, 2016

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