People of Sasquatch

From high above, Sasquatch might look like a refugee camp with a few well-lit stages off to THE side. If you consider that image, the stages, lights and performers are only half of what makes this event. Look closer. Once again, it was the anticipated scene of caravans loaded with people and gear inching past […]

Senior finds love for math

This autumn, senior and second year peer advisor Ellie Bau will be making her way to Colombia University to study biostatistics. This field of study is particularly unique in the mathematics field. It combines the solid comfort of numbers with the relational benefits of the medical field. Bau struggled to find a passion that met […]

Investing in stocks as an art form

With his long, curly hair and zip-up hoodie, senior Nick Johnson might be mistaken as someone who’s mainly concerned about how long snowboard season is going to last this year. But Johnson is more likely to use his Pearl Jam and Vans Shoes-stickered laptop to check the S&P 500 than the snow conditions at Snoqualmie. […]

Aesthetics follow Lauren Wilford

It is very rare that we come across poetic people. People who hold a certain esoteric, artistic quality about them that transcends the everyday, mindless routine of the rest of us. Someone whose composition is translated through their perseverance and self-discipline. Lauren Wilford is such a person. This graduating senior is going to enter a […]