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Fall Sports Recap

Marisa Valenzano and Asmaa Bah November 4, 2022

Volleyball: With a strong winning record and solid team dynamic, volleyball’s outstanding performance in the second Ballard game showed the great amount of chemistry and energy the girls have. Even if...

Remembering D’Vonne Pickett

Commemorating a beloved member of the CD community.
Finian Guinney and Jessica Onochie November 4, 2022

On Wednesday, October 19th, 31-year-old D’vonne Pickett Jr, a small business owner in the Central District, was tragically killed. He was the owner of The Postman, a shipping and mailing center just...

Favorite Snacks, Favorite Sports

All sports viewers are familiar with the mid-game snack cravings. Here are a few of the best.
Amirah Melvin November 4, 2022

POPCORN A classic snack to fulfill your sodium cravings. The only disappointing part of eating this food is finding that a huge box is suddenly empty after sharing with friends and family. However, sharing...

A Quarter Down, Three to Go

Everything that happened in the first quarter.
Chelsea Li and Ali Merz November 4, 2022

Teacher Strike: The year started off strong, despite being delayed an extra week, as teachers went on strike in protest of decisions made by Seattle Public Schools. Their demands included more resources...

Best Brew on the Block

A guide to GHS neighborhood coffee shops.
Lillian Small November 4, 2022

In the Central District, you can find a high quality coffee shop without walking more than five minutes. Coffee shops are an integral part of a community, providing drinks and goods that fuel our day,...

Dawgs From Abroad

A surge of international students have joined Garfield this year as we rise back from Covid. In addition to diversifying our student body, these students bring interesting stories and a new perspective...

From Pitch to Poll Booth to Politics

Leo Carlin, Staff November 4, 2022

With the 2022 midterm elections right around the corner, promoting voter turnout nationwide is a top priority. The federal government, individual cities, and local advocacy organizations are all involved...

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Meet Me At Midnight

Is Midnights overhyped? This author thinks so.
November 4, 2022

At midnight on October 21st, Taylor Swift released her tenth studio album, Midnights. The singer told the world to “meet [her] at midnight” and boy did they ever! Surpassing over 184 million streams...

Dawgs Who Design

Garfield students take the fashion world by storm.
Maile Quenzer November 4, 2022

With the internet being more accessible than ever, the teens of today have a unique capability to see styles from all areas of the globe. But the world of youth fashion doesn’t just end with outfit experimentation;...

Art By Fiona Real

From the Ground Up

Things are looking up in the world of politics… no like literally.
S. Avalon Leonard, Staff November 4, 2022

Up, up, and away! This, and much more is what can be said for the future of politics and policy in space. The economization of space by companies like Virgin Galactic and SpaceX has raised hopes as well...

Breaking Down Dahmer

Netflix’s DAHMER has gripped the country, but what are its deeper effects?
Imbie Jones and Eli Silver November 4, 2022

The Jeffery Dahmer series by Ryan Murphy has taken Netflix by storm. Released on September 21, 2022, it reached 196.2 million hours watched in its first week, with views still continuing to trend upwards....

Defamation of the Acorn Association

Is the intent of the AP exams for the students, or for the money?
Jada Johnson November 4, 2022

AP exam registrations are due today, November 4, 2022, by 5pm for Seattle Public School students in either yearlong or first semester AP courses. Students can register for the exams at https://myap.collegeboard.org...

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