Remembering Chris Cornell

Cody Winkelman, Co-Sports Editor

May 13, 2019


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

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


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

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


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

 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 ...

Chuck E Cheese catastrophe

Michael Marquess, Cover Editor, Co-Art Editor

May 13, 2019


Filed under Feature

Amidst a flurry of allegations of health code violations, the lovable little mouse of Chuck E. Cheese Entertainment will squeak clean no more. According to a new wave of social media influencers, the uneven slices of pizza served at local establishments point to a shady business practice that underm...

Calming down guide

Gabe Araujo, Co-Litterbox Editor

May 13, 2019


Filed under Feature

School stress can be difficult to manage. With the first 3/4 of the year behind us, many students may be getting more concerned about their GPA. However, unless you are one of those people who is motivated by stress, it will only make your grades worse. Therefore, I’m writing this guide to calm down...

Perfecting pronouns

Gabe Araujo, Co-Litterbox Editor

May 13, 2019


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Pronouns are an important part of the LGBTQ+ community, as well as the rest of society. They define us as a person, and give us as humans more comfortable labels. If not for them, conversations would sound pretty weird. For example if you are telling a friend about your favorite song artist, and l mak...

Celebrating Cinco de Mayo

Evie Smith, Photo Editor, Co-Litterbox Editor

May 13, 2019


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The 5th of May is just the day after May 4th and the one before May 6th for many, but for Americans, Beer companies, and the city of Pueblo, Mexico it is much more. Cinco de Mayo is a Mexican holiday that celebrates the country's victory in the Battle of Puebla. It all started because Mexico owed Fr...

Is spelling becoming obsolete?

Téa Schmid, Design Editor

May 13, 2019


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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


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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


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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...