Fentanyl Comes to Seattle

Michael Marquess II, Reporter

November 25, 2019

In the past 4 months, 3 teenagers in the Seattle area are dead from fentanyl related drug overdoses. Two teens, both students of Skyline High School, overdosed on August 11th and September 30th respectively. From Ballard High School, a 17-year-old overdosed on a similar fentanyl laced pill on the 29th...

The epidemic is not just local

Sophie Stobie, Reporter

November 25, 2019

The reason for these deaths is highly addictive opioids, drugs prescribed to treat pain like broken bones, chemotherapy side effects, and back aches. Many drugs fall under the wide umbrella of opioids, some of the biggest players in the market include; OxyContin, Vicodin and Fentanyl.  These drugs are often time...

Vaping debunked?

Mary Conaway, Reporter

November 25, 2019

In a recent poll, BHS students came to a common consensus that vaping is bad for your health and that the products are toxic and cause numerous future health issues. In the same poll, although it was more divided, the majority seemed to weigh in that vaping is in fact a problem here at BHS, “Yes. ...

Consent and the Curriculum

Téa Schmid and Jane Wang, Reporters

November 25, 2019

For the past couple of years, consent has been a major topic of discussion around the world. A little over two years ago, the Me Too movement was set into motion after the Harvey Weinstien incident. Since then, the movement has been non-stop in helping survivors share their stories and help others. ...

Bothell reponds to football incident

Michael Marquess II, Reporter

November 25, 2019

On the 27th of October, 2019, The Seattle Times published an article on the alleged cases of sexual assault within the Bothell football team. The incident is now met with an influx of attention and scrutiny. So what exactly happened? Well, according to a police report filed by SRO Officer Garrett Ware, ...