By Annie Poole
As long as any girl goes to college, participates in sports or is brave enough to come forward with a case of sexual assault, they have Bernice Sandler to thank.
By Kiran D’Souza and Jordan Snyder
Mercer Island Boys Soccer fought hard on Friday March 15 against Newport, ending the game in a 2-2 tie after being down 2-0 in the first half.
By Alex Levin
Tuesday March 12, the Mercer Island Boys Soccer team defeated the Highline Pirates 1-0 in a defensive battle.
The following is a statement from the two MIHS students recently pictured doing the Nazi salute. This remark was also given to the Mercer Island Reporter. Media sources around the Mercer Island community are continuing to cover this story.
By Lucille Shield
On March 4, a photo of two MIHS students doing the Nazi salute surfaced. The students in the photo are now receiving death threats.
Compiled by Ellie Gottesman and Annie Poole
In the midst of Women’s History Month, The MIHS Islander asked a different feminism-related question to MIHS students and staff each day from March 11 to March 15.
By Ellie Gottesman
As a Jewish student, I want to provide some context for the strong reactions many people have had over a recently published photograph of two students engaging in a Nazi salute. More than that, I want to suggest a path forward to educate and heal.
Compiled by Isabel Funk and Annie Poole
In the wake of recent anti-Semitic events in the Mercer Island community, The MIHS Islander reached out to students and teachers to gain a deeper understanding of how these incidents affected MIHS and the community. While each individual had their own perspective, the common thread throughout was a call for unity, not divisiveness; love, not hate; and education, not ignorance.
By Grady Short
When it comes to MI’s racial homogeneity, redlining, racism and generational wealth are to blame.
By Nico Galvin and Hannah Whobrey
Sometimes, the only thing that can make school better is swapping spit with your special someone — but before you do, you should know the best spots. With almost four years of combined dating experience, no one is more qualified to talk about making out than Nico Galvin and Hannah Whobrey.