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Nathan Hale Sentinel

Category: News

Let’s Talk Trash

Let’s Talk Trash

by Lillian Rupert You’re eating with your best buds upstairs at lunchtime. You ate your banana but now you’re left with a pesky peel. What to do, what to do? You toss it, aiming for the trash. But instead, it lands in the recycling bin. “Eh?” You move on to Anatomy and never give that peel a second thought. But […]

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Parallels across time

Parallels across time

by Elijah Falk Well, it’s Sunday night and my column is due. I’ve been trying to come up with a topic for a while, and I’ve got nothing. I figure it’s just my creative process. I just need some more time and then I’ll have a great idea. Its now been almost three hours, and no miraculous column-saving ideas have […]

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Prevention and the Response to the MPHS Shooting

Prevention and the Response to the MPHS Shooting

by Molly Nelson Friday, October 24th, 2014. Washington is stunned. Students at Marysville Pilchuck High School stream out of their school, hands open above their heads. Students and teachers alike mirror the shock of the unimaginable event that played out before their eyes only moments ago. School shootings are not entirely uncommon in the US. The media broadcasts and blows […]

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Dessert & Politics wins award

Dessert & Politics wins award

by Natalie Quek Tony Renouard holds the Education Award while standing among fellow award recipients “I wonder if kids would come if I brought a sheet cake….” Mike Linett wondered as he and Tony Renouard, both social studies teachers, arranged a political discussion night for seniors thirteen years ago. Some students brought their parents to the event, and all attendees […]

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Ongoing Thornton Creek construction serves as ecological and educational tool

Ongoing Thornton Creek construction serves as ecological and educational tool

By Thea Fanning We all remember the construction last year, and, if you’re an upperclassman, you remember the construction from the year before that, but never has construction on Thornton Creek been so obstructive. “The creek daylighting construction is between my house and my dance studio. I drive past it two to sixttimes a day, which is so annoying,” said […]

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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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Counseling Department: ‘Overwhelmed’

Counseling Department: ‘Overwhelmed’

by Natalie Quek and Finn Colando   Early September, the counseling office was packed with students waiting up to an hour to fix schedules, review transcripts, and get help with college applications. The first few weeks of school are always chaotic, but last minute staff changes left Hale’s counseling department scrambling to help students with varying needs. Former head of […]

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Ongoing Thornton Creek Construction Serves as Ecological and Educational Tool

Ongoing Thornton Creek Construction Serves as Ecological and Educational Tool

by Thea Fanning   We all remember the construction last year, and, if you’re an upperclassman, you remember the construction from the year before that, but never has construction on Thornton Creek been so obstructive. “The creek daylighting construction is between my house and my dance studio. I drive past it two to six times a day, which is so […]

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New Dean of Students

New Dean of Students

by Natalie Quek, Keaton Locicero, and Ludo Galli While Dina Ruehle teaches quadratic equations, her hus- band tracks down students who skip class. Hale has added another Rueh- le to its team of staff for the 2014-2015 school year: Will Ruehle has been hired as the new Dean of Students, replacing former dean Rebecca Emmanuel. Emmanuel left Hale at the […]

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Indigenous People’s Day Established in Seattle

Indigenous People’s Day Established in Seattle

by Elijah Falk and Anna Klien   “In 1492, Columbus sailed the ocean blue.” Anyone born in the United States in the last 30 years knows that rhyme. People think of his exploration as the discovery of the New World. The mass genocide he incited upon the Native Americans who lived there thousands of years before he arrived often is […]

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