Opinion: Instagram should inspire creativity not stress

Hannah Sheveland, Staff Writer

November 10, 2016

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You’re happily scrolling through your Instagram feed when you see a photo of all your friends posing cutely at the beach. You initially smile at their cute bathing suits and playful poses, but after a couple seconds you realize...

Opinion: Why Seabury Hall should have a homecoming

Veronica Winham, Staff Writer

November 10, 2016

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You’ve seen this tradition in countless movies. You hear your friends from other schools talk about getting their dates. You see the sparkling dresses at the mall. Homecoming is an event that most high school students across...

Opinion: “Kids” shows and films are not “just for kids”

Lauren Sieberg, Staff Writer

November 10, 2016

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In today’s day and age, it’s not uncommon to meet an adult who watched popular “kids” shows or movies when they were younger. If I asked someone to think of their favorite childhood show or film, chances are they would...

Opinion: The truth about autism

Logan King, Staff Writer

March 7, 2016

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Do you ever feel out of place from the rest of the world, like you are isolated from everyone else and it may be because you are different? This is a common feeling for those who are under the autism spectrum, which is a neurodevelopmental...

Opinion: What would juniors do without college counseling classes?

Mealani Nako, Staff Writer

March 4, 2016

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It didn’t really dawn on me how difficult the whole college process is, at least not until I started going to college counseling with Seabury Hall’s college counselor, Stephanie Walsh, this semester. Although it may seem stressful...

Opinion: The rules of the road

Evan Elsasser, Staff Writer

March 4, 2016

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For many teens, their 16th birthday is the one they look forward to most. Most people cannot wait to get behind the wheel and take control of their own lives, but before they can take on the roads alone, there are many hoops to...

Opinion: A changing world

Renae Lallo, Staff Writer

March 4, 2016

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Climate change. I am sure these two simples words are familiar to you, but do you really know what they mean? Climate change is the warming of the Earth’s surface temperature due to the emission of fossil fuels. While this...

Opinion: Places and faces

Ella Wall, Staff Writer

March 4, 2016

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The gift that keeps on giving is meeting new people. The stories they tell will stay in your mind, forever replaying like your favorite movie. Meeting new people is so important when growing up. You are who you are because of...

Opinion: A letter to the Class of 2017: Things I wish I knew before senior year

Nani Wong, Staff Writer

February 24, 2016

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As a senior at Seabury Hall who is about to graduate in four months, there are so many little things I wish I could have done differently. Most people think that junior year is the hardest year, but depending on how much of a...

Opinion: Dress code: Uncomfortable learning attire

Joy Gentil, Staff Writer

February 24, 2016

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On a daily basis here at Seabury Hall, it is fairly common to spot Coach B (or Mr. Batchelder) talking to students, girls in particular, about how their leggings do not have belt loops, or how their dresses are far too short....

Opinion: Under pressure: Constant stress does students more harm than good

Evan Houle, Staff Writer

February 24, 2016

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We have all felt it, that dreaded feeling in the pit of your stomach, the one that makes you pull out your hair and lose sleep. Stress. A one syllable word that can turn a day upside down. With good time management you can dodge...

Opinion: Finding yourself: Just enjoy the ride

Sierra Schonberg, Staff Writer

February 24, 2016

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As I sat in the small airplane seat at the end of this past summer contemplating what to do for the next six hours, I had an epiphany. I was staring out the window, watching the city lights of Seattle disappear beneath the cotton...

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