Articles By: Jason Moore

Tea Time

Tea Time

by Thea Derby Sophomore Charlie Yanny frantically runs into Mr. Jacobson’s room. He drops his backpack on a desk and quickly run over to a wooden shelf grabbing boxes of tea and setting them down on a table a few feet away. He smiles and waves to people before running out of the room only to return with a medium […]

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Together We Stand

Together We Stand

Donald J. Trump has won the 2016 presidential election. A man with no political experience, no military service, and as of afternoon on November 7th, no chance of winning. What Trump did have, however, was enough to seal his victory. Divisive rhetoric and fear mongering accrued for Trump one of the largest uneducated voter bases in history. In the days […]

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En Memorium: Remembering the Life of Matthew Sezgin

En Memorium: Remembering the Life of Matthew Sezgin

Junior Matthew Sezgin, born March 7th, 1998, passed away last month after a heroic battle with brain cancer. Matthew was an incredibly kind, witty young man who loved film, music, computers, and had a remarkable wisdom about life. He is survived by his father Beysim Sezgin, his mother, Danielle Meir, sisters Claire and Michele Sezgin and grandmother, aunts, uncles and […]

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Don’t [Ms.] It

Don’t [Ms.] It

Eli Konsker, Chuck Tookey, Tyler Ung, Daniel Hollowell. Notice anything? They’re all guys. This is because Mr. Nathan Hale is a male beauty pageant. Seniors Garrett Lawrence and Lydia Sibborn are attempting to add a new tradition: Ms. Nathan Hale. Female students will have the opportunity to compete in a brand-new comedy competition on March 18th. This new competition will […]

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Giving thanks

Giving thanks

Any American student above the age of six knows the story of Thanksgiving. The pilgrims came to America on the Mayflower. The Pilgrims began to starve. And the nearby Native Americans saved the Pilgrims by offering them food. This is a story of gratitude. Fast forward to another story of gratitude. On the Tuesday before Thanksgiving, the Nathan Hale Native […]

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I-5 car crash; 8 students injured

I-5 car crash; 8 students injured

Thursday, May 28,  an accident on I-5 ends with 8 teens injured. The students drove off the high way and into an embankment. For more information visit http://www.kirotv.com/news/news/multiple-injuries-lanes-closed-when-car-crashes-do/nmQRG/

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Deco Japan Exhibit Inspires

Deco Japan Exhibit Inspires

by Thea Fanning   Passing through the gates at the Seattle Asian Art Museum, you’re transported back to the 1940s. Deco-style gates mark the entryways to the large building. Inside the museum is the Deco Japan exhibit, which is what I went to see. It’s a large collection of Japanese art pieces from the 1920s through the 1940s. This was […]

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Fall play: ‘Almost, Maine’

Fall play: ‘Almost, Maine’

by Ludovico Galli   The Drama department is far from dead. After Sydney Baird’s pregnancy, Benjamin Stuart has taken her place as Director. We all know that it’s not easy to replace a teacher as great as Baird, but Stuart seems to be up to the challenge. His background is full of theatrical success, with a degree in art involving […]

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2014 School Start Time 10 Minutes Later

2014 School Start Time 10 Minutes Later

by Kirk Corwin   A lot can happen in ten minutes. After all, it only took four minutes for Felix Baumgartner to free fall 22.6 miles and set the world record. Nothing quite that extraordinary will likely happen in the extra ten minutes we now have at the beginning of school. In fact, very little will happen at the other […]

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