Articles By: Luke Notkin

Pooh Bear takes the crown

Pooh Bear takes the crown

Every February, the young men of Hale gather on the PAC stage in hope of receiving the highly respected title of Mr. Nathan Hale. On February 26th, 14 seniors competed in the eighth annual Mr. Nathan Hale. The event, which kicks off the second semester, is always a topic of conversation. Chuck Tookey’s performance of Andrea Bocelli’s “Por Ti Volaré” […]

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Weekly Sports Roundup | Jan. 11th – Jan. 19th

Weekly Sports Roundup | Jan. 11th – Jan. 19th

Boys Swimming – The Boys swim took another loss last Friday at their first away meet against O’Dea 58-116. The team has become more experienced over the season and swimmers have started to qualify for metros and districts. Their next meet is at Meadowbrook pool against Ingraham Friday, January 22nd at 3:30. It is also Senior Night. Varsity Boys Basketball […]

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Sophomore Evan Olivier made huge athletic improvements taking PE last year

PE waivers and outside sports

You play a club sport, you get to practice at four o’clock everyday, you work nonstop for three hours till seven o’clock. You take a language and have a full schedule, but you don’t know how you will get your PE credits waived. Students at Nathan Hale must take three semesters of PE just like everyone in the Washington state […]

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Legacy of Seattle Hip-Hop Exhibit Experience

Legacy of Seattle Hip-Hop Exhibit Experience

by Luke Notkin Music from the Emerald Street Boys fills the room. A large spray paint mural greets you. Macklemore’s thrift shop fur coat and scooter are displayed in a glass box. Visitors are led down a timeline, beginning with Program Director Robert L. Scott of KYAC  playing “Rapper’s Delight” in 1979, marking the birth of hip-hop in Seattle. Six […]

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