Is spelling becoming obsolete?

Téa Schmid, Design Editor

May 13, 2019

In a world with seemingly endless technological advancements, previously important skills of the past are becoming less necessary. Many jobs became unnecessary due to advanced machinery, and some people do not even have to drive their car anymore because it drives itself! Every year the human race ventu...

STEM corner

Sanjana Chava, Feature Editor

May 13, 2019

With advancements in cloning technology in the past few years, ethical issues surrounding the topic have created debate among the public. However, cloning has had various benefits that do not relate directly to the cloning of an entire human or animal. Cloning has opened a new door in the field of...

BHS brings new options

Stephanie Rodriguez, Reporter

May 13, 2019

Another year, another schedule, another frenzy of freshmen scurrying about searching for their classes. We are preparing to say farewell to the class of 2019 and introduce new courses in our everyday schedules. Many students have different interests and skill levels so therefore our school decided to...

Take care of yourself, from inside to out

Mary Conaway, News Editor

May 13, 2019

Healthy habits don’t have to be started in January, everyday is a new day to start eating healthier and living a more active lifestyle. Here are some ideas and habits to get into for starting a new healthy and active lifestyle! Working out does not have to be at the gym! Going outside and goin...

Who’s hanging out out there?

Bryanna Fernandez, Reporter

May 13, 2019

You either don’t believe in, want to believe in, or believe in aliens.  Thinking of the possibilities could prepare us for an alien take over that forces us to live underground or in a spacecraft that orbits the moon.  It could even prepare us to coexist with aliens. All of these ideas are obviousl...

A Yiddish guide for teens! Oy vey iz meir?

Levi Gettleman, A&E Editor

April 3, 2019

Born in the 10th century as an innovation of European Jewry attempting to create a unifying language, Yiddish (a combination of German and Hebrew) is still a relevant language in that many of its words and phrases can enrich any conversation. Yiddish grew in popularity after the invention of the printing...

Spotlighting Bothell’s fearless leader

Sanjana Chava and Bianca Geib

April 3, 2019

Even though it’s his first year as Bothell High School’s principal, Mr. Juan Price is no newcomer to the school system. He has worked in different Washington school districts for greater than a decade, working in both administration and teaching positions. He has also worked to help build variou...

Observing Passover

Levi Gettleman, A&E Editor

April 3, 2019

On the evening of April 19th, Jews across the world will begin to observe the festival of Passover (Pesach in Hebrew), commonly known as the Festival of Matzah, the Festival of Spring, and the Festival of Freedom. Passover is dedicated to retelling the story of the slavery of the Jews in Egypt and...

Stem Corner

Sanjana Chava, Feature Editor

April 3, 2019

Climate change has been an ongoing problem around the world, with greenhouse gases heating up the atmosphere. Out of all the greenhouse gases, carbon dioxide is the one that has been a leading cause in global warming. The amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere has been increasing around the world,...

What influences a child’s upbringing?

Malavika Santhosh, Reporter

April 3, 2019

I remember being seven years old, having newly moved to America. As I looked around me and my peers, I noticed something. I began to notice it more and more as I saw depictions of American families on TV and the world around me. You see, most shows that I saw on TV portrayed a caucasian family, while...

Student Personal Stories

Bryanna Fernandez and Evie Smith

April 3, 2019

Maddi McNiel ('19) had it all figured out. She was destined to be a builder,a designer, a architect. As a child, blueprints filled her journals and it didn’t matter where, “whether it be at home, at school, or even at church,” she was constantly drawing. As her dream became more important, ...

What in the World?

Evie Smith, Photo Editor, Co-Litterbox Editor

March 22, 2019

In the village of Paricutín, a farmer by the name of Dionisio Pulido was working in a cornfield. According to the SDSU geology website, on the morning of February 20, 1943, he noticed a crack on a small hill. Pulido describes, “the ground swelled and raised itself 2 or 2.5 meters high, and a kind...

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