By Hutch Clarke
If you’ve paid attention to the news in the past week, you’re familiar with the events at the Capitol building in Washington D.C. last week. Trump supporters raided the Capitol in protest of what they claim to be fraudulent election results while electoral college votes were being counted.
By Ariana Burr
Over 200 students from Edmonds Woodway, and a group from College Place, walked out last Friday, on the 20th of April, in remembrance of the Columbine shooting which took place 19 years ago. In Columbine High School, 15 students and faculty lost their lives on April 15, 1999 due to two school shooters. This shooting shocked the nation because it was the first time a shooting this extreme had occurred. There has been an increase in school shootings as never seen by the United States before recently.
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 Emelia Persell
Seattle’s mayoral election made history this week. Jenny Durkan, 59, was elected mayor, the first woman to hold the office since 1928 and the first openly lesbian mayor in the history of the city. Seattle’s last female mayor was Bertha Knight Landes, the namesake of Seattle’s tunnel boring machine. Durkan won in a resounding…