By Stephanie Farmer
May 8, 2018 a student brought a gun to Edmonds Woodway high school. Students in their fourth period classes were unaware of the search for their peer. Today an email with all the information in a specific timeline “of the incident involving the student in possession of a firearm” was sent to all teachers. Students learned what happened in their first period today.
By Emelia Persell
It’s hard not to know about the recent school shootings around America. Their effects are widespread; from victims dealing with grief, to people across the country thinking, “what if that happened here?” Perhaps even more disquieting, the people who relate to the shooter, who keep the cycle of violence alive.
A group of students* from Edmonds Woodway have decided to…
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By: Emelia Persell
Just over a year ago, President Trump took office. In defiance, women took to the streets in protest, and the tradition of the Women’s March began. On January 21st, 2017, in Washington DC, people congregated to protest President Trump, his policies, and the allegations of sexual harassment directed towards…
By Kristen Santarin
We live in a world that is made up of various characters, each person with a background and identity unique to them alone. No two people on the planet are the same. We each carry differences that shape us into who we are as individuals. Unfortunately, we also live in a world where these differences are often viewed in an unbalanced favor: some traits are viewed as pleasant, some are ignored, and some are…
By Hannah Nguyen
The holiday season is often deemed as the most wonderful time of the year. However, with the increase in drunk drivers and drunk driving collisions during the holidays, can it truly be considered as the most wonderful time of the year?
By Kally Sperry
On October 21st, Edmonds saw the release of “Somewhere Between,” the first film in a six film series about diversity, taking place at the Edmonds Theater on 415 Main Street. Every third Saturday at noon from October to April, with the exception of December, the Edmonds Theater is offering students the opportunity to view free films based on true stories of inclusion, diversity, and equality.