Cartoonist Teddy Fischer chose his favorite cartoons as a reflection on his time at The MIHS Islander. Continue reading The Best of Cartoonist Teddy Fischer
By Ellie Gottesman
The graduating Class of 2019 will be the first class since the institution of the senior mural tradition in the early 2000s to not hang the finished mural on school grounds.
By Isabel Funk and Ellie Gottesman
On Thursday May 30, 2019, three new MIHS band drum majors were selected to lead the band in the 2019-2020 school year.
By Roni Talby
For millennia, males, females, and non-binary people have suffered from the chaos and destruction of an uncontrolled hallway. But no more. Last night I was greeted with a vision. A vision of a harmonious hallway, free from the sin that plagues our great halls. Fortunately, I was also shown by great prophets in my vision how to achieve a state of hallway bliss. I, Roni Talby, am here to spread the vision of peace and civility in our great hallways, cited in ten conveniently travel-sized commandments.
By Annika Bhananker and Isabel Funk
Gender Equality Club hosted a documentary night June 5, showing the film “Brave Girl Rising” and hearing from Nicky Smith of the International Rescue Committee.
By Annika Bhananker and Annie Poole Today, in Portland, Ore. oral arguments were presented to three federal judges concerning Juliana v. United States, a case at the forefront of youth climate change activism. The case, originally filed in 2015, calls on the government to recognize and act on its contributing role in climate change, one which the plaintiffs say violate the young generation’s constitutional rights. … Continue reading #AllEyesonJuliana: Students Fight For Environmental Change
By Jake D’Souza and Teddy Fischer
May 25 the Mercer Island Boys Lacrosse team defeated the Bellevue Wolverines in the 3A State Lacrosse Championship, marking the end of a dominant season.
By Ellie Gottesman
May 22 freshman Ethan Evans placed first in the 3A Boys Golf state tournament, supported by his team that placed third overall.
By Maya Virdell
Eli Yen, Sam Attisha, Ben Roe, Cameron Longwith, Susie Lepow, Jaya Woerner, Maggie Baker, Ashley Rudd, Gretchen Blohm, Ella Hensey, and Maya Virdell, 12 MIHS athletes, made the trek up to Mount Tahoma High School for the Washington State Track and Field Championships this past memorial weekend.
By Ethan Preston
After suffering a heartbreaking loss in the state championship last year, Mercer Island Girls Lacrosse is celebrating their first ever championship title after the 2019 season. Continue reading “Mercer Island Girls Lacrosse Celebrates Their First Title”