• Mr. Bennett Retirement Dedication

    By Ariana Burr and Stephanie Farmer 
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    This week, the Warrior Word decided to celebrate Mr. Bennett’s time here at EWHS by filming student testimonials, telling Mr. Bennett how much he was appreciated and how much everyone will miss him. Make sure to wish him a “good luck” on his retirement the next time you see him.

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  • Walkout for Columbine

    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.

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  • Escapade 2018

    By Katrina Peterson

    Back in the years of big hair and leg warmers, graduates would leave their graduation ceremony and head off to wild parties. Now that they were out of high school, what was stopping them from getting a little tipsy?

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  • Feminism Sparks at Edmonds Woodway

    By Stephanie Farmer 

    With the passing of the Women’s March and the dwindling media coverage of sexual assault trials like Larry Nassar’s and Harvey Weinstein’s, the feminist movement seems to be in its annual hibernation before Women’s History Month in March. With all the…

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  • Kira Augustmar: The Activist

    By Ariana Burr

    Activism. A common sight near Seattle, happening so much in our everyday lives that we hardly give it a second thought. However, in the eyes of Kira Augustamar, activism is one of the key parts of her personality due to her current and previous background in protests and…

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The Electoral College is Partisan

Op-Ed by Kaleb Nichols

“I think it needs to be eliminated.” That was Hillary Clinton in mid-September 2017 in an interview with CNN’s Anderson Cooper, reflecting on the 2016 election and the flaws in the electoral college that allowed her controversial opponent to take office (Merica). Similarly, her running mate Tim Kaine mentioned the strangeness that a candidate can win the popular vote but still lose the election in his speech shortly after the results of the election were announced (ABC News).

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Student Brings a Gun to Edmonds Woodway High School

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.

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Walkout for Columbine

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.

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