This Day in History

Aleah Josephsen, Co-Sports Editor

December 30, 2018


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November 20th is an important day in American history. In 1975 Ronald Reagan announced his run at presidential candidacy. As president, Reagan was a generally well-liked and appreciated president who served from 1981-1989, who stimulated the economy and created a widespread trust in the governmen...

Cougars in playoffs!

Audrey Rainwater and Aleah Josephson

December 30, 2018


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The Bothell High School varsity football team has once again made their way into playoffs! With the goal of State in mind, the players have continually brought their very best effort onto the field. When Allain Arenas (‘19), a varsity captain and full-back, was asked how he felt to have reached...

Hurricane Maria’s death toll

Stephanie Rodriguez, Reporter

October 26, 2018


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Hurricane Maria has been the deadliest Atlantic hurricane since Hurricane Jane in 2004. According to CNN Hurricane Maria struck Puerto Rico on September 17th, 2017. Destruction rained on Puerto Rico, The Washington Post reports that Hurricane Maria reached a maximum of 115 mph. The buildings were tor...

How seniors are using their vote

Nathan Kowsky, reporter

October 26, 2018


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On November 4th, all ten seats for Washington State’s delegation in the US House of Representatives are up for election, as well as 25 of the 49 state legislature lower house seats, while the other 24 will be elected in 2020. That said, many students are approaching voting age, and offered to share t...

The case for equity in Israel

Levi Gettleman, A&E Editor

October 26, 2018


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Israeli Knesset passed the Nation-State law on July 19, 2018, which reaffirms Israel as a Jewish State governed primarily by Jewish principles per Israeli News Source Haaretz. Although this law mainly reflects values already in place, it also helps to put them in writing, and in the eyes of many, ...

AGI and Robotics

Nathan Kowsky and Bryanna Fernandez

October 16, 2018


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Artificial General Intelligence (AGI) is what we know as robots.  These robots could perform any intellectual task a human can. Based on the path our world is heading with technology, it seems that self-aware autonomous constructed intelligence will appear in 2025.  Cascio, J. (2014, August 6) Predic...

Today in History

Aleah Josephson, Sports Editor

October 16, 2018


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The most prominent events which occurred on October 23rd are the release of “Dumbo” in 1941, Nixon’s agreement to turn over his documents in 1973 and the release of the ipod in 2001. Dumbo, a well renowned Disney film and theme park attraction, has been a favorite among all ages for decades....

Raising Theybies

Michael Marquess II, Cover Editor, Art Editor

October 16, 2018


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It is a boy or a girl? For ages this question has haunted countless soon-to-be parents. However, parents have now begun to question their own authority on answering that question. Enter the theyby, a baby without a gender designation, being pushed in modern America to promote children’s rights. Ever...

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