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New Faces on Varsity

Byline: Lily Hallett and Andy Mayer This offseason, the Nathan Hale boys basketball team has seen a complete overhaul. They have a new coach, new players, and new expectations. These changes could deliver a state championship. In addition to a new coach, Brandon Roy, a six-year NBA player, many highly ranked players have recently transferred to Hale, some even coming […]

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The Huskies should move on from Romar

Byline:Andrew Mayer Lorenzo Romar, the University of Washington men’s basketball head coach, is the most underperforming coach in D1 basketball. I am impressed with the talent he has brought into UW men’s basketball, but what he has done with that talent is appalling. He hasn’t made an NCAA tournament in five years but has had five NBA draft picks in […]

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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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NHHS HOMECOMING SPIRIT ASSEMBLY VIDEO!!!

NHHS HOMECOMING SPIRIT ASSEMBLY VIDEO!!!

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Each homecoming, people make astonishing discoveries when they learn their peers are in a completely different grade than they originally thought. With freshman wearing red, sophomores in white, juniors in blue, and seniors in black and gold it is easy to group students by grade.

Clash of Classes

by Elie Nowlis Homecoming comes around every year, bringing with it spirit, creativity, and a lot of competition. There are as many philosophies on school spirit as there are spirit days, ranging from die hard Raiders to those who could care less. This brings up an important question. What exactly is school spirit? According to Ms. Ackerman, a student teacher […]

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Nathan Hale cheer team performs during the Pink  Out game. Picture taken by Magic Demirel.

Go Raiders! Go Pink!

by Milla Miller and Ruby Graham Friday night, Nathan Hale students crowd into the stands to watch their football team play against the Liberty Patriots. The fans are loud and ready, jumping at the chance to cheer their team on. But this night’s game wasn’t all about football. On September 30th, Nathan Hale gathered to participate in the 2nd annual […]

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It’s a whole new ball game for Hale basketball

It’s a whole new ball game for Hale basketball

by Lily Hallett   New season, new coach, new team! And it might even deliver a state championship, according to Nathan Hale player, PJ Fuller, “I expect that we will win a State Championship, state ring, and a Dick’s National Championship. And I expect us not to lose a game. I definitely think we have the potential to do this […]

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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 birds fly south for the winter?

Don’t birds fly south for the winter?

Every day as you leave school you see them. Hundreds fly overhead, cawing at each other. Briefly, you wonder where they are going. A large murder of crows fly over Hale daily after school on their way to the UW Bothell campus. “They all like to roost at night at the University of Washington in Bothell,” said wildlife ecologist Loma […]

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