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By Samuel Schwartz
Standardized tests have become a rite of passage in public high schools. Everyone sits for one. Everyone stresses about one. Everyone anxiously checks, re-checks, and re-re-checks their inbox on that fateful day when the mysterious test-grading powers-that-be descend from their palanquins to distribute scores to the expectant masses.
By Jiovany Badier
Inspired to take action after the recent surge in gun violence, the first chapter of Liberty United, a student-lead organization, was formed in Edmonds Woodway…Read more
By Phoenix Cloutier
Recycling is one of the most basic practices preached by environmentalists, and for good reason. In 2016 alone, the Department of Energy recycled 230 tons of waste that would have otherwise ended up in landfills. Because of this, the government saved $13,800 which can now be used in other areas. There is seemingly no reason to throw recyclables into the trash. However, at Edmonds Woodway…Read more
By Stephanie Farmer
Edmonds Woodway students displayed their work from IB Visual Arts and Photography after one to two years of work.Read more
By Graham Everhart
Every two years, something remarkable happens at Edmonds-Woodway: the drama program and the music program join forces to produce a musical. In 2017 it was Hairspray. This year it was High School…
By Graham Everhart
The Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival, a regional competition between student jazz groups held annually at the University of Idaho, is a special experience because of how ordinary it is.
Perhaps “ordinary” has too negative of a connotation. I always enjoy Lionel Hampton. I’m part of the EWHS jazz program, and the jazz program attends every year, and every year…
By Kate Koenig
As the school year entered early February, the groundhog’s prediction of an “early spring” wasn’t looking good. The Edmonds School District received heavy snowfall in the first and second weeks of February, with over 8 inches of snow in some areas. As March begins, piles of snow still remain in the Edmonds-Woodway student parking lot. In total, six days…Read more
By Emelia Persell
Knowledge Bowl is where seemingly trivial information meets fierce competition. Gian Rodrigues, one co-president, described the bowl as an “interdisciplinary trivia club in essence and in theory, however in practice it would be much more appropriate to draw comparisons and parallels to fight club or even brothels in ancient…Read more
By Grace Borchert
Edmonds-Woodway’s boys’ swim team will be competing Saturday, February 8th and Sunday, February 9th, at the Snohomish Aquatic Center for 3A District Champions. The team has grown immensely this season, beating rivals, consistently breaking records, and they have high hopes of winning districts as a team.
A junior on the team, Yuteng Wang, reports…