Diversity in Film and Animation By Belle Arenson and Lauren Umbehocker Box Turtle Care By Roni Talby Continue reading 2017-18 Video Journalism
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As finals and the school year comes to end, stress about grades and GPAs are at an all year high. Students desperately email their teachers. Emailing them in hopes of bumps or miraculously dropped tests or assessments that did not go in students’ favor. A whole year spent studying and losing sleep over mere letters and numbers finally comes to an end. Continue reading “More than just a GPA”
On June 7, 2018 at 7 p.m., 360 students from the Mercer Island High School class of 2018 graduated at Key Arena. Click here to read the speeches from the valedictorians, student and teacher speaker and class officers! Continue reading 2018 MIHS Graduation
Estey Chen Dance with your friends and watch a sunset at least once a week. Especially during junior year! It’s easy to feel like you don’t have time to slow down and smell the roses while you’re cramming for APUSH or the ACT but it’s the sunsets with friends that you’ll remember most. Oh and be sure to stay at least twenty minutes past sunset … Continue reading Senior Reflections
On June 1, 2018, two very important things are happening. Thing one: all MIHS juniors are taking the WCAS so that we can steal state funding from inner city schools who don’t do as well. Thing two: “Action Point,” the latest movie from the “Jackass” crew hits theaters.
All That I Have: Welcome to Jackass
Hello Readers, on June 1, 2018, two very important things are happening. Thing one: all MIHS juniors are taking the WCAS so that we can steal state funding from inner city schools who don’t do as well. Thing two: “Action Point,” the latest movie from the “Jackass” crew hits theaters.
By Ellie Gottesman
Only three months after a school shooting in Parkland, Florida left 17 people dead, high school student Dimitrios Pagourtzis, 17, allegedly opened fire on classmates with two of his father’s guns Friday at Santa Fe High School in southeastern Texas, killing nine students and one teacher and wounding 10 others.
By Spencer Klein
Knock, knock. Who’s there? Hello readers, it’s me. I hope you’re doing well (unless your name is Steven). I’d like to take this week to reflect on last week’s news. Let’s break it down.