May 12, Alabama Governor Kay Ivey signed a law restricting most abortion in the state, including cases of rape and incest. A picture of the 25 white, male senators who voted for the bill surfaced on social media that same week. Copy Editor Annika Bhananker, Managing Editor Isabel Funk, Online Editor-in-Chief Ellie Gottesman, and A&E Editor Annie Poole found 25 women at MIHS that are … Continue reading 25 Women Call Out 25 Alabama Senators
By Charlie Fischer
Wednesday, May 22, Mercer Island Boys Lacrosse faced off in the state semifinals against Juanita, defeating them 13-5.
By Spencer Klein
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.
By Alex Levin and Maya Virdell
It is an exciting time for Mercer Island athletics, as each spring sports team looks to journey as far as they can through the postseason.
By Alex Levin
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. Continue reading “Tully’s Fans are a Marginalized Group at MIHS”
By Editorial Board Every spring, the junior class designs “Senior Babes” and “Senior Dudes” sweatshirts to celebrate their final year of high school. The tradition revolves around imitating alcohol brand logos, inevitably resulting in division between those who drink and those who do not. The simple motivation: students like to push the envelope, especially when it comes to the school dress code. According to the … Continue reading Senior Sweatshirts Endorse a Toxic Culture — Will You Wear Them?
By Jordan Snyder As Mother’s Day rolls around each year, the world shifts its focus to their mother figures. Many female staff members at MIHS are also moms, and must find a balance between being a mother and teaching. “When I had my first child, there were no laws in place and I had to pump [breast milk] in a closet with no lock on … Continue reading Mother’s Day: The Female Teachers That Do It All
By Ben Capuano When we try to consider the inherent value of a movie, we usually envision this aspect on a binary spectrum. The movie’s always good, bad or somewhere in between. I’d like to argue there’s another dimension that everyone knows about but rarely discusses: the boredom axis. Go too far into the boredom dimension and you’ll soon find in a frightening place full … Continue reading A Hard Look At “Mother’s Day”
By Lena Hardisty and Sabrina Hubbell | All Photos Courtesy Maria Reyes Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing is a story of wit, humor and human emotion. The inspired plotline paired with a beautiful set combine to make a tension and laughter filled show. Shakespeare’s stories have been told time and time again, often seen as tiring, old classics. However, Drama Two’s performance, placed in 1960’s … Continue reading A Story of Wit, Humor and Emotion: Much Ado About Nothing Review
By Charlie Fischer and Jeff Parkinson Tuesday, April 30, Boys soccer achieved an important if not exciting 1-0 victory during Senior Night against Liberty. The game started slowly with both teams trading possession early in the match. The action picked up after senior forward Matthew Capone scored off a penalty kick 19 minutes in. A solid back line headed by senior defenseman Josh Chansky kept … Continue reading Boys Soccer Wins Important Game on Senior Night