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Inspired Natives, Not Native Inspired

Inspired Natives, Not Native Inspired

Hannah Tacke

March 14, 2017

Deep within the heart of Seattle stands Native-owned and operated flagship retail store Eighth Generation -- a company that defies categorization. Located in the historic Pike Place Market, the store seeks to provide a platform in which local Native artists can showcase their creations, while emphasizing...

13th

Delphi Drake-Mudede

March 14, 2017

In 2016, Netflix dropped an eye-opening documentary about the history of mass Incarceration in the US. The film includes shocking facts beginning with the statistic that  America currently only makes up 5% of the world’s total population, but 25% of the world’s inmates. The Netflix documentary...

Bulldog Love

Bulldog Love

Alex Fairy

March 13, 2017

Valentine’s Day has been commercialized as the most romantic day of the year. It’s the one day you’re told to celebrate with those you love (and show them with lots of chocolate and cards). This Valentine’s Day, we decided to ask couples at Garfield what Valentine’s Day means to them, and what...

Anticipating the Academy Awards

Lily Laesh

March 13, 2017

As the pinnacle of awards season rapidly approaches, we must mentally prepare ourselves for questionable red carpet choices, shocking results and, as always, unnecessarily drawn out acceptance speeches. Thousands of gamblers are getting ready as well, abandoning their usual horseraces and sports games...

A Shift in the Spotlight

Esther Chien

February 8, 2017

Among the numerous dilemmas Hollywood is notorious for, its issue of having not diverse casts is one that has been under much public scrutiny. In the early stages of its establishment, Hollywood would hire Caucasian actors to play people of color, frequently seen wearing blackface and yellowface to compensate...

Haute Dogs

By Sydney Santos and Cipher Goings

February 8, 2017

The Extreme Lumberjack Have too many flannels but sad you can’t find a way to wear them all at once? Cipher was brave enough to try, and succeeded! He is able to pull off this look by covering his body in nothing but flannels head to ankles. Pro tip: tie the flannels at the sleeves so they hav...

Finals First Aid

Alex Ferry

February 8, 2017

Study Buddies For all of you social butterflies, studying with a group of friends may not be beneficial. Otherwise, studying with other people gives you the opportunity to use more than just your knowledge. If you need to put together a study guide, or figure out the answers to a review packet, the mo...

Garfield Throws its First Snowball

Flora Taagen

February 8, 2017

Striving to become a more welcoming place for all its students, Garfield has made numerous steps to increase inclusivity. From a push for gender neutral bathrooms and graduation gown colors, Garfield is working hard to make the school environment more embracing of the LGBTQ+ community. Most recently...

Lawrence’s Art Migrates to Seattle

Lawrence’s Art Migrates to Seattle

Sydney Santos

February 8, 2017

Starting January 21st, paintings by the acclaimed African-American artist Jacob Lawrence will be on display at the Seattle Art Museum to commemorate the artist’s 100th birthday. This exhibit also marks first time in two decades that the collection has been presented on the West Coast. The work being...

Kris Kringle’s Jingles

Sydney Santos

February 3, 2017

Tired of torturing yourself with that scratchy old CD of prehistoric Christmas music that your great-grandparents listened to? Is Mariah Carey haunting your dreams, saying that the only thing she wants for Christmas is you? Feeling uncontrollably emotional every time you hear Rudolph being bullied? Don’t...

Taste-O-Vision

Elena Orlando

November 30, 2016

Yellow Jello from The Office One box of yellow jello 1 cup cold water 1 cup boiling water 1 stapler While its last episode aired almost four years ago, The Office and the jello prank Jim pulls on Dwight will never be forgotten. This recipe is very simple. Prepare some yellow jello, stick a stapler in ...

A Taste of the Past

Claire Boudour and Delphi Drake-Muedede

November 30, 2016

alking down the aisles of a grocery store, something catches your eye. Its bright yellow and red packaging decorated with cartoon penguins and trolls draws you towards it, and you’re hit with a wave of nostalgia. We taste tested six of our favorite kids foods in order to see if their flavor can meet...

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