On Mercer Island, students are used to living in a community where everyone knows everyone else, but we cannot forget that there...
Homeless people are often stereotyped as lazy, jobless blights in society. The reality is much more complicated.
In 12 years, I have had one teacher of color.
Senior Natalie Smith made one TikTok with her cousin, and the next day, her video had 1.3 million views.
This year MIHS added a new dance choreography class, allowing students to express their love for different types of dance and creative...
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.
After the identity of a “Ding-dong-ditcher” was revealed on NextDoor, dozens of users have begun calling for the public execution of the culprit.
It is a well-known fact that the city of Mercer Island is addicted to Starbucks. Anyone you ask will firmly say that Starbucks is their preferred coffee vendor.