Remembering Chris Cornell

Cody Winkelman, Co-Sports Editor

May 13, 2019


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Born Christopher John Boyle on July 20th, 1964 in Seattle, Chris Cornell was more than a musician. He became the face of a generation and the voice of a city. Almost 2 years ago today, on May 18th, 2017 Cornell was found dead in a hotel room after a Soundgarden show in Detroit, Michigan. Cornell, ...

What’s cooking this springtime?

Levi Gettleman, A&E Editor

May 13, 2019


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It isn’t hard to love spring, with its natural beauty and slightly warmer temperatures. Perhaps the crowning glory of springtime, however, is the wide array of vegetables, fruits, and ingredients that provide inspiration for cooks across the globe.   Spring Pea Chilled Soup Start to finish: 25 m...

Reviewing “Breakthrough”

Audrey Rainwater, Co-Art Editor

May 13, 2019


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 On April 17th, an American Christian film called “Breakthrough” came to the big screen. Breakthrough is based on a true story back in January 2015 when a Missouri teenager named John Smith (Marcel Ruiz) fell through a frozen lake and was thought to be dead after being submerged for 15 minutes....

Bothell, how does your garden grow?

Gabe Araujo, Co-Litterbox Editor

May 13, 2019


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Spring has sprung around Bothell, and with many students enjoying ‘warm’ weather (Washington warm, anyway) the time has come to discuss a popular spring hobby: Gardening! Gardening may not be extremely popular among high school students, but for those willing to try out your green thumb, here are ...

Unsung heroes of Bothell High School

Levi Gettleman, Nyla Libed, and Malavika Santhosh

May 13, 2019


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Kyle Telnes In search of someone who deserved a spotlight in the orchestra, there was one name that came up again and again. Hardworking and talented, Kyle Telnes (19’) is a rising star in Orchestra. Telnes is a senior, and principal cello in Bothell High School’s Chamber Orchestra. He started ...

Bothell Beats on SoundCloud

Michael Marquess and Mary Conaway

April 3, 2019


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What is Soundcloud? SoundCloud, whether we like it or not, has impacted students lives at this school. The easily accessible and free app that can with one click, students can share their music to the world. Before SoundCloud, to a student at Bothell 1,150 miles away from Los Angeles, the music ind...

Mary Poppins makes her way to NPAC stage

Gabe Araujo, Co-Litterbox Editor

April 3, 2019


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“Mary Poppins” is coming to Bothell in April! The performance dates are April 19th, 20th, 25th, 26th, and 27th at 7:30 pm. Students at Bothell are so excited to watch the play, performed by Bothell High students for friends and families. Of course, all are welcome. The play will be an enjoyable experience...

BHS students recap Thespian festival

Téa Schmid, Design Editor

April 3, 2019


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March 14-16 was the Washington State Thespian Festival. The Bothell High School thespian troupe was able to attend. The festival took place at Central Washington University. Before the festival takes place, students compete at the regional level in something called Individual Events (IEs). There are...

Bothell bops mixtape vol. 1

Bryanna Fernandez, Reporter

April 3, 2019


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We’ve sent out a poll and held some interviews for students to recommend songs. Whether your taste is mainstream, Alternative, classic, or techno, here is a list of recommendations by genre for you to listen to. Alternative rock: Blink 182 - Story Of A Lonely Guy Rap: Tupac - All About You Tupac - Changes ...

What’s the deal with Captain Marvel?

Téa Schmid, Design Editor

April 3, 2019


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In 2008, the Marvel Cinematic Universe was created with the release of “Iron Man.” Since then, there have been numerous movies about many different types of characters. However, the studio had never produced a film with a female title character — until now. On March 8, 2019, Marvel’s first female...

A legend to remember

Stephanie Rodriguez, Reporter

April 3, 2019


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Selena Quintanilla known as “The Queen of Tejano Music” has been a great influence for many Latino singers and a great inspiration to her fans, who still remember her great legacy. It has been 23 years since her death on March 31, 1995, yet she is still known as a music legend. “The Queen of...

Got eggs?

Rebecca Del La Torre, Reporter

April 3, 2019


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Easter is one of the most significant holidays for Christians around the globe. It identifies the end of Lent’s 40-day period of fasting and is the commemoration of the resurrection of Jesus Christ. While the holiday is religious, many of its traditions and symbols hold little religious meaning. Th...

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