By Alissa Berman
The Black Student Union (BSU) at Edmonds Woodway, led by Kira Augustamar, Adiam Woldu, Segen Berhane, LaShaiah Dickerson, Hermona Girmay, and Nathaniel Girmay, creates a community for black students. They meet every Monday from 2-3 in C203.
BSU was established in 2006. One of their original officers…
A video commemoration of Martin Luther King Jr. by Edmonds Woodway’s Black Student Union, edited by Quang Nguyen, concept by Kira Augustamar and Nathaniel Girmay. This video was going to be shown at the assembly. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1RIpmkUfFEa6TCXRkO97FOUBH_4pzl7g-/view?usp=sharing
Our teacher feature this week is Mr. Black. Mr. Black teaches 9th, 10th, and 11th Grade History. His classroom is located in the E 100 flex.
Girl’s wrestling is a sport that has created some of Edmonds Woodway’s most fierce and resilient athletes.
Vatoria Keyes, Emily Hood, Charlotte Torio, and River Freeburg all joined wrestling to try something new and meet strong people. Starting in middle school, Keyes and Torio have each been wrestling for several years and have said the sport…
By Graham Everhart
Few games around the world have enjoyed such a universal and ubiquitous following as chess. In the 1990s, chess was considered the last bastion of human dominance…