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The Osiris Challenge

The senior mythology classes taught by Linda Sparks and Kinga Thomas are participating in what they call the "Osiris Challenge," where they are encouraged to get involved in a curriculum-incorporated scavenger hunt around the school. 

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Man Power vs. Horsepower

To celebrate National FFA Week, Snohomish High School decided to have a little competition- Man Power vs. Horsepower.  READ STORY »

The Absence of Knowledge

Snohomish High has many, many clubs. From basics like DECA and FBLA, to a place for budding young conservatives to meet, it seems as if there’s no shortage of things for the youth of Snohomish to do. The Snohomish club roster, however, is short one especially unique and challenging club that, while old, has never seen the popularity or acclaim that sports and other clubs have READ STORY »

Jimmy John's is Now Open in Snohomish

Snohomish has introduced a recent branch of Jimmy John’s Gourmet Sandwiches, which is now open. 

The restaurant opened up just a couple weeks ago across from 7-11, along Avenue D. 

“It’s really good,” said junior Seth Cavin READ STORY »

Super Seniors Get Focused

Movies like “Mean Girls,” “10 Things I Hate About You,” and “She’s All That” — and, oh, just every teen movie ever — paint a pretty negative picture of high school. The sacred hallways are a place for cliques and bullying, and the classrooms are full of terrible things like pop quizzes and teachers who actually take attendance. Even popular celebrities such as Lorde, Taylor Swift, and Lena Dunham understand the struggle.

So why are some students willing to stay an extra year? READ STORY »

Battling the FAFSA

The FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid), also known as the FSA (Federal Student Aid) is just as it sounds- federal aid provided to students who apply. The determination of money that is received after applying for the FAFSA is based mainly on the financial income of your household (parents or guardian). The FAFSA not only grants student aid to students in need, but it also fulfills the requirement for many scholarships to have the FAFSA filled out completely.

Why would you want to apply for FAFSA? READ STORY »

My WHAT is called WHAT?

The human body consists of 206 bones, 640 skeletal muscles, and 78 organs. It would appear that they ran out of names for these body parts after 10, so they started getting creative. Some of them may even be humorous. READ STORY »

Heather Lake is a Phenominal Hike

Heather Lake is a 4.6 mile hike right outside of Granite Falls off of Mountain Loop Highway. The trailhead is on the same dirt road hikers need to take to get to the trailhead of the Mount Pilchuck hike. READ STORY »

"Ride Along 2" Is A Must-See

People who want to have the most laughs they have had in a long time should go see the buddy-cop comedy "Ride Along 2," which is overflowing with quality humor. Part one was a huge hit, with a gross of $41,516,170 in the U.S. and Canada, and a worldwide gross of $153,262,184. It has the record for the highest domestic opening weekend gross (ahead of 2008’s Cloverfield). "Ride Along 2" is directed by Tim Story, and stars greats like rapper Ice Cube, hilarious comedians Kevin Hart, Ken Jeong, and Olivia Munn. READ STORY »

The Undiagnosed Disease Raging in the NW

Musltiple sclerosis continues to affect people on a global scale. MS, also known as disseminated sclerosis or encephalomyelitis disseminata, is a demyelinating disease in which the insulating covers of nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord are damaged. MS affects an estimated 2.1 million people worldwide, including more than 12,000 of people in the northwest. READ STORY »