Wash. student athletes call for renewal of fall sports season

Kierrla Yates, Staff Writer On Sept. 3, several high school athletes gathered on the steps of the Wash. state capitol building to protest the postponed fall season. As of the date of publication, the fall season for sports such as football and volleyball have been pushed back to the spring, and all sports seasons have been minimized to about two

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Seattle Kraken announced as newest National Hockey League franchise

Nicholas Sarysz, Section Editor The outbreak of COVID-19 has had a major impact on everyone’s lives, including athletes. However, some positive news came for hockey fans over Twitter on July 23rd, when the official page of the upcoming National Hockey League (NHL) team announced that they will officially be named the Seattle Kraken. Along with the name announcement came the

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NBA Playoffs looking at electrifying finish

Nicholas Sarysz, Section Editor The energy surrounding the National Basketball Association (NBA) Playoffs are far different this year. As hometown fans sit on their couches, rather than the seats of their respective arenas, their favorite players are living in a “bubble” in Disney World at Orlando, Fla. This is the first time the NBA playoffs have been played behind closed

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Wash. Protests: National outcry on a local level

Alina Cunningham, Staff Writer A nationwide conversation on racial inequality, which led to riots and protests nationwide started after the infamous tape was leaked of George Floyd’s unfortunate and untimely death. The anger felt by the marginalized people targeted by the police on a consistent basis started a national conversation that resulted in protests happening on a local scale in

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Student teachers in Wash. struggle to gain certification amidst COVID-19 pandemic

Olivia Alvord, Staff Writer The COVID-19 pandemic has changed a lot of things this year, from sports and concerts to restaurant dining and movie theaters. COVID also brought a big change to school learning, when school districts moved classrooms online, forcing many parents to stay home and become their child’s teacher via e-learning. This move also changed the plans of

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Saint Martin’s students present faculty with anti-racist iniatitive

Emma Dobbs, Editor-in-Chief Months of isolation were interrupted this June when groups of protesters gathered in downtown Seattle to rally in support of racial equity. As groups across the nation assembled in support of the Black Lives Matter movement, students of Saint Martin’s University were notified of a racist image posted by a men’s soccer team player. Saint Martin’s Athletic

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