Articles By: Fiona Noonan

A Guiding Light, the Parental Force

At this point in my life I find it hard to relate to people who have children. This is a given, I am in high school and have never “made” anything that is living besides a potted plant I grew from an avocado pit. I do not know what it is like to be a parent, but luckily, I do […]

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‘I’ll have the catpuccino’

‘I’ll have the catpuccino’

By Natalie Furtick Cats and coffee, who could ask for more? Seattle’s first cat cafe recently opened in Wallingford, and has generated a lot of buzz. According to a recent Seattle Times poll, nearly one in ten single women in the Seattle area live alone with at least one cat. This puts Seattle in second place for its population of […]

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Freshie Anxietie

Freshie Anxietie

Fresh outta junior high, all the suggested school supplies in the new crisp Jansport backpack, full of energy and excitement: new freshman. Finding your “place” in the beginning of high school can be both physically and mentally difficult. With the classic Adolescent thoughts, and doubts “Who even am I?” “What am I doing?” “Did I say those words in that […]

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