MIHS alum “J-Dash” Bennett-Cavaiani recently sat down with staff writer Spencer Klein to discuss his burgeoning music career, analyze some lyrics, and name all the oceans. Here’s what happened. Continue reading “Between Two Trees: J-Dash”
Since Election Day, large-scale protests have occurred on a seemingly daily basis in cities across the country, full of people speaking out against President-elect Trump’s many faults. While the right to protest is one deeply rooted in American tradition, many conservatives and Trump supporters appear to believe that these protesters shouldn’t be out on the streets. Continue reading “Donald Trump: Not Our President”
By Grady Short
In a poll of 134 members of the MIHS student body last weekend, The Islander found a consistently Democratic trend in student opinion. Here’s the breakdown of our results. Click here to compare these results to those of King County’s mock election.
Four lesser-known presidential candidates participated in an interesting debate Sunday night in an event broadcasted nationally on C-SPAN 3. Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson, independent Evan McMullin, Green Party candidate Jill Stein, and Constitution Party nominee Darrell Castle debated policy for two hours, facing a wide variety of questions on controversial topics and issues. Over the past few months, Johnson, who is currently polling at 8 … Continue reading Alternative presidential candidates debate