How Our Pets Help Us Relieve Stress

Sunya Chay, Staff Writer With finals fast approaching, stress levels for many students are going up, and it can be hard to find ways to relieve stress. However, others turn to their furry friends. There have been many studies about how pets can help reduce stress. According to the American Pet Products Association (APPA), about

International Education Week, and exploring study abroad

By Olivia Alvord, Staff Writer Have you ever thought about participating in an education program abroad or a summer international education excursion? With International Education Week (IEW) happening across the country during November 16th-20th, now is the perfect time to ask questions and educate yourself on the matter. This week celebrates the benefits of international

Saint Martin’s faculty lead students in national EcoChallenge

Abigail Fuentes, Staff Writer The Northwest Earth Institute has integrated with EcoChallenge to help students discover new ways to make change more possible and powerful. The organization helps students stay connected in between session meetings and expand their network with others participating in the course. Professor Irina Gendelman and teacher’s assistant Francisca Anunobi, started the

Tampopo: An open seat at the table

Colin Rivera, Managing Editor  What did you have for dinner yesterday? More importantly, who did you share that meal with? These are two questions asked by the Japanese film Tampopo. The comedy by Juzo Itami, originally released in 1985, touts itself as “the first Japanese noodle western.” Through one main story and a series of

The Haunting of Bly Manor: A subtle change makes all the difference

Tuilei Scanlan, Layout Manager On October 9, Mike Flanagan’s new addition to his “Haunting” series, “The Haunting of Bly Manor,” offers a whole new world of unexpected plot twists and frightening revelations. Based on Henry James’ 1898 horror novel, “The Turn of the Screw,” this nine-episode series touches on the tragedy of the human condition

Thurston County Cable covers Election Night

Ailina Cunningham, Staff Writer If you are looking for a reliable source for local political coverage that you can view online, look no further than the Thurston County cablecast TV web series. On the Thurston County cablecast TV webcast series, Alexis Walker covered the current political news updates and provided clarity on the upcoming news

Canna Cabana serves local and creative subs and shakes

Tinsae Shifreaw, Staff Writer  Canna Cabana Subs and Shakes is a local Lacey, Wash. establishment that has specialized in serving creative subs and shakes, made with fresh ingredients, since 2015.  The menu at Canna Cabana includes gourmet subs and shakes with creative twists. Their ice cream for the shakes are hand scooped and old-fashioned, while


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