The voice of the students

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The voice of the students

The Catamount

The voice of the students

The Catamount

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Washington State Stands Against Climate Change

Camila Noriega Rodriguez, Reporter February 28, 2022

 Changes in Earth’s climate have become a worrisome topic for many across the globe, and many communities respond to it differently. Our community specifically has taken many measures to combat climate...

Photo credit: Flickr, Victoria Pickering, 2021

The rise in anti-Asian hate crimes

Tori Evans, Reporter June 10, 2021

Since 2020, there has been a 150% increase in hate crimes towards Asian Americans, according to California State University’s Center for the Study of Hate and Extremism. NBC reports over 3,800 incidents...

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Bothell’s 2021 AP Testing Plans

Diya Anoop, Reporter, Online Editor April 5, 2021

Plans for this year's AP exams have been announced and finalized at Bothell High School. The College Board has announced that exams this year will be full length and cover the full scope of AP curriculum....

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How COVID-19 vaccines are being distributed

Kaya Suraci and Diya Anoop February 9, 2021

Since Pfizer and Moderna have come out with their COVID-19 vaccines, the United States has been eager to roll out vaccinations to as many people as possible. President Donald Trump cited Project Warp Speed...

The Electoral College Map as of December 11th, 2020 by the Associated Press

Election Recounts

Kaya Suraci, Reporter December 18, 2020

The 2020 election took a great deal longer to decide than past presidential elections. Normally, the results are at least assumed by the end of election day. This year, however, is different in more ways...

Science Olympiad Fighting Through Quarantine

Felix Galicia, Sports Editor December 3, 2020

COVID-19 has stopped Bothell High school’s students from going to school, but it hasn’t stopped the school’s Science Olympiad team from competing. COVID-19 has, however, raised some issues for the...

Controversial ACB Confirmation

Stone Wolfgang, Reporter November 26, 2020

On October 26th, 2020 Judge Amy Coney Barret (ACB) was confirmed onto the Supreme Court of the United States making her the fifth woman to ever sit on the Supreme Court. She was nominated by President...

Timeline for Schools Reopening

Tanner Steele, Reporter November 26, 2020

Near the end of summer, our very own Northshore School District released their learning plan for the 2020-21 school year. This is a 6-staged plan describing what groups will be allowed to learn on campus...

Choir director Taylor Iversons journey to the Today Show!

Choir director Taylor Iverson’s journey to the Today Show!

Kendyll Lindsey, Reporter October 28, 2020

Bothell High School’s very own choir director, Taylor Iverson, was featured on the “Today” Show on Wednesday, September 23rd. Iverson began teaching Bothell’s choirs about 4 years ago when the...

Effects of COVID-19 on the Elections

Jane Wang, Reporter May 8, 2020

Ever since the outbreak of COVID-19 in the U.S., it’s been difficult to find any news channel or journal covering topics that don’t have to do with the novel coronavirus. However, despite all the buzz...

Trump’s Response to COVID-19

Diya Anoop, Reporter May 8, 2020

On January 21, 2020, the first COVID-19 case in the US was identified. Since then the virus has spread a rapid rate, killing hundreds of thousands and severely crippling the economy.   As more cases...

Washington State is under lockdown. What else can the government do to us?

Michael Marquess II, Reporter March 26, 2020

On Monday evening, Washington State Governor Jay Inslee issued a stay-home order to all residents for two weeks. But what does this mean for us specifically? And more importantly, how far can the government...

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