The voice of the students

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The voice of the students

The Catamount

The voice of the students

The Catamount

Rhiannon Ralbovsky shows off her Bothell pride. Art by Tara Duong.

New students at Bothell

Tara Duong, Reporter March 29, 2021

If you have ever been the new kid at school you would be familiar with the uneasy feeling of trying to find somewhere to sit at lunch, getting lost trying to locate your English class, and the daunting...

Asking ASB your questions!

Diya Anoop, Reporter, Online Editor March 26, 2021

Why does caffeine make me sleepy?

Why does caffeine make me sleepy?

Tara Duong, Reporter March 25, 2021

I have never drank a cup of coffee. I am an avid (decaf) tea person who enjoys the occasional chai latte or hot chocolate, but never coffee. Between witnessing my family’s persistent addiction to coffee,...

A is not for Ally

A is not for Ally

Halli Conom March 25, 2021

As the LGBTQIA+ acronym continues to grow, it’s important to recognise and include the last few letters. People often cut the acronym short - whether for simplicity or lack of knowledge, we’ll never...

Washingtons best ducks

Washington’s best ducks

Kaya Suraci, Reporter March 24, 2021

Are Washington’s forests filled with toucans, parrots, and cockatoos? Not exactly. You’re more likely to find a crow, or if you’re lucky you might come across an owl or eagle. For me, the real wonders...

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Criminal Minds Review

Halli Conom and Kendyll Lindsey March 24, 2021

Criminal Minds first aired on CBS in fall 2005, and it follows a team of FBI profilers who psychoanalyze criminals and their behaviour in order to catch them. The show ran for 15 seasons, sadly ending...

365 Days of Chaos

Isabella Cheng, Reporter March 24, 2021

One year since that fateful March 2020. The month where everything went upside down and into a blender. We’ve found new euphemisms for a year that has been chaotic event after chaotic event, from discovering...

Bothell does Black History Month

Bothell does Black History Month

Tara Duong, Reporter March 24, 2021

Black History Month (BHM) began as just a short week that was established by Carter G. Woodson in February of 1926 to commemorate Black History and celebrate Black achievements. Calling it “Negro History...

High School Sports Updates

Tanner Steele, Reporter March 24, 2021

Ever since the spring sports season was canceled in April 2020, there have been countless conversations about what sports would look like in the coming year. News on January 5th, 2021 came out from the...

Whole Lotta Red Cover. Picture by SOHH

Review: A Whole Lotta Red

Jesus Sanchez Cruz, Reporter March 17, 2021

Hello Bothell students. Popular rapper PLayboi Carti released his anticipated album WLR on December 25, 2020. After hearing the reviews and memes about this album I've decided to review the songs on this...

Book Reviews

Isabella Cheng, Reporter March 17, 2021

Hi Cougs! So I read three books this past month and below will be my thoughts on them and whether you should pick them up or not. The first book was House of Salt and Sorrows by Erin A. Craig. This...

College recruitment during the pandemic

Felix Galicia and Tanner Steele March 17, 2021

It comes as no surprise that along with many other things changing due to COVID-19, college recruiting for sports is different in many ways. Some colleges hold showcases for athletes, give tours to students...

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