The voice of the students

The Catamount

The voice of the students

The Catamount

The voice of the students

The Catamount

Jurrasic Park World Dominion Promo Poster

Dinosaurs will rule the Earth once again on June 10th

Chase Bachmeier, Reporter April 1, 2022

Jurassic Park is one of the leading franchises in Hollywood and its latest installment, Jurassic World: Dominion, is coming to theaters this summer. In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic and streaming...

National Merit Semifinalists Kylie Neal (Left) and Nathan Hendrickson (right)

Bothell Students Qualify as National Merit Semifinalists

Tori Evans and Felix Galicia March 5, 2022

Every year, thousands of students take the PSAT and SAT, and only a select few high scorers qualify for the national merit scholarship. This year, two seniors at Bothell, Kylie Neal (‘22) and Nathan...

A Taste of Seattle

A Taste of Seattle

Kaz Neubauer, Reporter March 5, 2022

Seattle is a bustling city, with many restaurants and hole-in-the-walls throughout. These places have food coming from a variety of cultures and have earned their spots among students and teachers alike...

BHS Favorite Songs

BHS’ Favorite Songs

Phebe Emmanuel, Reporter, Copy Editor February 28, 2022

Topping Billboard’s year-end Hot 100 Songs charts are Dua Lipa’s “Levitating”, The Weekend and Ariana Grande’s “Save Your Tears”, and The Weekend’s “Blinding Lights”. But what kind...

Artist Feature: Reece Williams

Artist Feature: Reece Williams

Tobin Kistler, Reporter February 28, 2022

Reece Williams (‘22) is a talented young man who is an active tenor singer in Jazz and Chamber choir at Bothell High School. Outside of choir, you’ll see him playing on the soccer team. In his free...

Students doing hybrid learning. Photo credit: Emma Conklin (Carter Pham & Emma Conklin)

Ready or Not, Here Comes September 2021

Isabella Cheng, Reporter June 17, 2021

As we’re stepping away from this 2020-2021 school year, looking back at the road once traveled, we get to reminisce about the amount of chaos that occurred: zoom calls, accidental unmuting, and screen...

Seattles 2021 Virtual Pride. Art by Halli Conom

Virtual Pride 2021

Halli Conom, Reporter June 17, 2021

Welcome to June, everybody! Tis the season for rainbows! The weather is warmer, the days are longer, and most importantly . . . it’s Pride Month! And though the festivities and decorations might be a...

Social media story advertising Student Senate meeting. Image credit: Tara Duong

What is ASB Student Senate?

Tara Duong, Reporter June 9, 2021

Every once in a while, on the daily announcements, a familiar but foreign event pops up to accompany birthdays and club meetings: Student Senate. I know what ASB is and I know what the Cougar Cast is,...

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Hybrid Learning

Isabella Cheng, Reporter May 24, 2021

We’ve hit a new milestone: hybrid learning. Personally for me, if someone had told me that we were going to be “hybrid learning” two years ago, I would’ve been a little weirded out. It seems...

Source: Ryan Hyde (taken from Flickr)

Should we still have Daylight Saving Time?

Diya Anoop and Felix Galicia May 20, 2021

Twice a year an hour is added or removed from our lives for daylight saving time (often incorrectly called daylight savings time). At first glance, the time change seems to serve no purpose other than...

In Defense of Crusty White Dogs

In Defense of Crusty White Dogs

Tara Duong, Reporter May 13, 2021

The internet finds a new subject to direct their bottled up angst at every couple of months. Like fads, topics such as the ice age baby, Matthew Morrison, and baby boomers cycle under internet scrutiny....

Why don’t you smile, Sir?

Why don’t you smile, Sir?

Kendyll Lindsey, Reporter May 13, 2021
To this day I wonder; what has to go through a man’s mind in order for him to feel the need to ask a 12 year old girl with her book “why don’t you smile?”
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