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Black LGBTQ+ Artists

Identity fosters creativity.
February 26, 2021

Dani Tirrell Dani Tirrell is a movement artist, dancer, and choreographer who expands on many principles and ideas from the African Diaspora. Tirrell’s work dives into identity, expression, and...

Self Expression Through Style

Self Expression Through Style

How Garfield's Black students are putting their identity on display with fashion.
February 26, 2021

Naima Joseph Naima Joseph is a freshman at Garfield this year. They would describe their style as falling into the “emo and lolita subcultures of alternative fashion”. Currently, Joseph’s favorite...

Black Student Art

February 25, 2021

Art by Molly Chapin

Cyberflunk 2077

CD Projekt Red proves that it's never too late to under-deliver.
Nat Beaumon, Staff January 21, 2021
CD Projekt Red proves that it's never too late to under-deliver.
Art by Kien-Binh Vo

Soul Movie Review

Pixar's heartwarming film that explores purpose and existence.
Lakelle Bridges January 21, 2021

Disney-Pixar’s Soul is a brilliantly inspiring film that takes its viewers on a journey towards self-discovery and purpose. The film is a reminder to live in the present while we still can, and could...

Nate Korahais

Mirroring Munch

Garfield photography featured in Nordic Museum Munch exhibit.
Audrey Abrahams and Maya Shelton January 21, 2021

This January, Garfield’s Advanced photography students had the opportunity to have their work exhibited at the National Nordic Museum in Ballard. The students created self portraits, inspired by...

Art by Molly Chapin

Burning for Bridgerton

Shonda Rhimes' newest hit show.
Nikita Landfield, Staff January 19, 2021

This year’s winter break consisted of sleeping in, distanced family gatherings, and for some, the steamy new Netflix show Bridgerton. The show develops around Daphne Bridgerton, a girl coming of age...

Art by Ria Maisano-Torres

Time Loops and Tribulations

Palm Springs puts the "lonely" back in The Lonely Island.
Nat Beaumon, Staff December 10, 2020
Palm Springs puts the "lonely" back in The Lonely Island.
Art By Kien-Binh Vo

Mess’s Guide to Winter-time

Chilling times calls for comforting measures
Izzy Lamola and Kien-Binh Vo December 10, 2020

As the coldness settles in, and the sun plays its yearly disappearing act, it's important to remind ourselves to take time for self-care. We can all use a little comfort while staying safe this season. The...

Art by Nhu Tat

The Races To The Hottest Consoles

How to get the new and hard to find gaming consoles this holiday season.
Oliver Hyman, Staff December 10, 2020

Newly-released gaming consoles such as the PlayStation 5 and the Xbox Series X are selling out just in time for the holiday season. The long-awaited consoles have had their most successful releases...

Art by Adam Friesz

Local Arts Shift Online

Seattle arts organizations have adapted in a variety of ways due to in-person restrictions.
Adam Friesz, Staff December 10, 2020

Different art museums, movie theaters, and music organizations have adapted and moved online, offering services commonly through streaming and blog formats. Organizations of all sizes in Seattle have been...

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