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Laurel Hell: Of Music and Mitski

After announcing a hiatus in 2019, Laurel Hell marks Mitski’s first album in four years.
Michelle Tong, Staff April 1, 2022

In September of 2019, Mitski announced her intention to quit music at her Central Park tour stop for Be the Cowboy, stating that this show would be her last. However, she reneged on this statement with...

By Ava Fimmano

Rundown of the Runway

New York Fashion Week 2022 round-up.
Taylor Gale , Staff April 1, 2022

New York Fashion Week is a major stretch of fashion shows that make their appearance twice a year: once in February, and once in September. Its purpose is for designers to reveal their seasonal collections,...

By Maile Quenzer

The Intoxicating Fashion of Euphoria

A guide to the style of the shows sophomore season.
Peja Harding April 1, 2022

It goes without saying that a large demographic of viewers tune into Euphoria Sunday’s solely for the style, finding the “glitz and the glamor” amongst the jarring storyline. Many indulged in the...

By Nike Adejumobi

The Winter Waltz

Garfield's chance to dance the night away.
Layth Stauffer, Staff April 1, 2022

“Lights. Camera. Whimsy,” said Alice Berliant, Winter Waltz veteran, performer, and longtime fan. The Winter Waltz, A.K.A the Spring Waltz, is an annual themed dance, usually hosted at Benaroya Hall...

More Music @ The Moore

Talented musicians bring their art together in harmony at the Moore Theatre.
Lakelle Bridges April 1, 2022

Over the past 20 years, More Music @ The Moore has featured young Seattle musicians exploring their creativity and looking to expand their careers in the industry. The program enlists the help of talented...

By Nike Adejumobi

Vacation or Voluntourism?

The problem with your service trip.
Jackie Le, Staff April 1, 2022

At the beginning of the school year, I walked from my video production class to enter the gymnasium, shuffling alongside curious classmates into the club fair.  One of the clubs advertising at the...

Back to the Big Screen

Regal Cinemas Vs. Netflix
Evelyn Bartlett, Staff April 1, 2022

There’s something special about going to a movie theater: the cinematic experience has a certain ‘je ne sais quoi’; something that only the most decked-out homes can replicate. For decades, movie...

By Ava Fimmano

Culture, Awareness, and Activism

A look at the Ukrainian population in Seattle.
Ellie Wakefield, Staff April 1, 2022

Ukraine has been dominating the news cycle in the past few weeks; in news headlines, protests, and political debates. People are researching Ukrainian history to better understand its previous and present...

By Judas Knox

Disinformation Dilemna

Right-wing disinformation in professional sports.
Ben Fleishman, Staff March 2, 2022
While lies spread by Rodgers, Walker, and others are easily debunked, millions of people believe them to be the truth. There’s no easy way to fix that.

A New Arena For Freshman Athletes

The class of ‘25 begins their high school sporting journeys.
Adam Friesz, Staff March 2, 2022

The class of 2025 has dove head-first into many activities at Garfield but none more than sports. “I think it’s a really big thing to be in athletics because people don’t know each other unless you’re...

By Judas Knox

Journey to Justice

Ketanji Brown Jackson’s path to becoming a Supreme Court nominee.
Amritha Dewan March 2, 2022

On February 25th, 2022, President Joe Biden nominated Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson to become the 116th U.S. Supreme Court Justice. The nomination put in motion a historic confirmation process for the first...

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