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The student news site of Bishop Blanchet High School.

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After thirty years, Menendez Brothers trending again
Bailey Wolf, Editor • April 22, 2021

On the popular social media website TikTok, amidst dance crazes and wacky filters, a new trend has emerged. The newest viral trend is a little...

Seniors experience the University of Spring Break
Danielle Jaculewicz, Reporter • April 16, 2021

As May 1st approaches Bishop Blanchet Seniors have been making their final efforts to explore college options before committing. Over the...

Her Majesty the Queen and His Royal Highness Prince Philip visit to Titanic Belfast on the historic day she shook hands with Martin McGuinness .
Britain's Prince Phillip dies at 99.
Lucy McNulty April 15, 2021

Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh and Husband of Queen Elizabeth II, has passed away at 99.  On March 3rd, Prince Phillip underwent a successful...

Brave 5K Goes Virtual
Brave 5K Goes Virtual
Annie Rosenthal, Reporter • October 12, 2020

One of the many traditions at Blanchet is that of the Brave 5k. While it is usually run at Lower Woodland, this year’s race required a few...

Andre Laze reads the Gospel
Kicking Off the School Year in Prayer
Lucy McNulty, Reporter • October 6, 2020

On Sunday, September 27, the Brave community gathered via zoom, YouTube, and some in person at our grotto for our first prayer service.  The...

Inslee is Extending the Stay at Home Order… Again
Julia Stander, Editor in Chief • May 27, 2020

King County’s most current stay-at-home order is due to end on May 31st, but the statistics for cases do not fit “Inslee’s criteria”,...

President Donald J. Trump, joined by Secretary of Health and Human Services Alex Azar, signs the congressional funding bill for coronavirus response Friday, March 6, 2020, in the Diplomatic Reception Room of the White House.
Laws fly through Congress in light of COVID-19 crisis
Julia Stander, Editor • May 3, 2020

Over the course of the last few weeks as the death and case count rose in America, citizens looked to congress to pass laws to protect them against...

President Donald J. Trump, joined by Secretary of Health and Human Services Alex Azar and White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney, listens as Dr. Robert R. Redfield, Director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, addresses a briefing on the latest information about the Coronavirus Wednesday, Jan. 29, 2020, in the Situation Room of the White House. (
EDITORIAL: Why Donald J. Trump will win in November
Editorial Board May 3, 2020

The 2020 election is going to be upon us towards the end of the year, and according to the stats that we have seen from the 2016 election to...

Customers standing six feet apart in line because of new rules of limited number allowed inside stores.
How Social Distancing can be Harmful to Mental Health
Julia Stander, Editor in Chief • April 29, 2020

While physical health is important, mental health is just as important. As citizens are trying to protect themselves and others from the Coronavirus,...

City Leaders Unanimously Vote Against Evictions in the Winter
Julia Stander, Editor in Chief • March 6, 2020

On February 10th, 2020 Seattle City Council decided to approve the proposal of banning evictions in the months of December, January, and February....

Living In New York During Corona
Rhys de Greef, Reporter • June 9, 2020

Corona has taken the entire world by storm in the past few months, but one of the places hit the hardest has been New York City. It has the...

Communities Coming Together During COVID19
Ava Alan, Reporter • May 6, 2020

Covid-19 has disrupted the lives of many people, especially the elderly and those with compromised immune systems and people are coming up with...

Posters taped to a register at a Starbucks in Charlottesville, Virginia letting customers know that reusable cups will not be used during the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak.
Have your hands ever been this clean?
Ava Lewis, Reporter • May 3, 2020

Washington was the first state impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, making it necessary for our governor to shut down the state except for essential...

Say "Adios" To Routine
Say "Adios" To Routine
Katie O'Kane, Reporter • May 3, 2020

Covid 19 has turned Suzy and John O’Kane’s lives upside down for the time being. My grandparents were enjoying their annual month-long vacation...

Dreams Dashed; Future Hazy
Dreams Dashed; Future Hazy
Abial Gebremedhin, Reporter • May 3, 2020

The two-time captain of the boys Lacrosse team, Alexander Oximana, has seen his senior season wiped away by the Corona virus, and yet he still...

We live in a Brave new world
Annie Rosenthal, Reporter • April 15, 2021

Fourteen months ago, we lived in a completely different world. One where we saw friends every day at school, met up with grandparents, aunts...

Senior Engage in Socially Distant Pilgrimage
Bailey Wolf, Editor • October 12, 2020

The Senior Pilgrimage is typically the first spiritual retreat of the school year offered to the senior class, seniors attend a day long walking...

Arts and Crafts: Quarantine Edition
Arts and Crafts: Quarantine Edition
Nicole Needham, Reporter • May 30, 2020

Everyone can probably agree there are too many hours in the day right now. A major time consumer many people have picked up is trying out different...

Tradition Week Comes Home
Tradition Week Comes Home
Tradition week’s switch to a purely virtual format did not stop the Braves from participating and earning some class points.
Bailey Wolf, Reporter • May 27, 2020

With Coronavirus shutting down school most of the second semester activities were cancelled including graduation, prom, spring sports, and Tradition...

Legacy Council Celebrates With Urban Native Educational Alliance
May 7, 2020

On February 11, Bishop Blanchet’s Legacy Council went to North Seattle College to celebrate Urban Native Educational Alliance for being an...

A Quite Literal Brave Alumni Faces COVID
Lauren Jarman, Reporter • May 6, 2020

The class of 2017 Bishop Blanchet graduate, Will Jarman, has spent the past few years saving lives by fighting fires, but in recent months he's...

Santa Fe Mexican Grill and Cantina is a wonderful place to eat
Santa Fe Mexican Grill and Cantina is a wonderful place to eat
Will Skinner, Reporter • April 15, 2021

Down near Innis Arden in Shoreline you will find  a great place to get lunch or dinner called The Santa Fe Mexican Grill and Cantina The...

Virus Complicates Food Delivery
Virus Complicates Food Delivery
Rhys de Greef, Reporter • June 12, 2020

Getting food delivered to the door is something that has really gained traction in recent years. Sure there’s always been pizza delivery and...

Betty Serves Fancy Take Out During Quarantine
Betty's kitchen is working hard during this quarantine to make sure their customers are pleased and happy along with getting food.
Ava Lewis, reporter • May 14, 2020

During the outbreak of COVID 19, restaurants are having a difficult time with the “stay at home order”; however the Betty's restaurant on...

Delicious Greek Food
Loyal Customers Line Up For Greek Food
Restaurant open after being closed due to quarantine.
Ava Alan, Reporter • May 14, 2020

Many restaurants are starting back up and are not letting quarantine in their way, Nikos Gyros, a Greek style restaurant located in Magnolia...

Seattle Prep senior showcases her pink hair at sunset.
Crazy Hair, Don't Care
Lauren Jarman, Reporter • May 12, 2020

As the American people experience a new lifestyle known as quarantine, alteration of physical image becomes popular amongst teens and young adults. Although...

Teens Turn to Netflix to Pass Time
Netflix is putting out it’s constant stream of new tv shows, movies, and documentaries, which of it’s biggest quarantine hits can you skip and which our must watches?
Bailey Wolf, Reporter • May 8, 2020

While we adjust to our new lifestyle many people are turning to popular streaming service Netflix to help them forget about some of our current...

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Lacrosse Returns to the Turf
Lacrosse Returns to the Turf
Danielle Jaculewicz, Reporter • April 22, 2021

After a year hiatus the Blanchet Girls and Boys Lacrosse Teams will be returning to Mickey Naish for a season like no other. For the first...

NFL Draft goes through some new changes.
Abial Gebremedhin, Reporter • May 12, 2020

The NFL Draft was this past week and the effects of Covid-19 were apparent to all who were watching.       Through the first round of...

Dreams Dashed; Future Hazy
Dreams Dashed; Future Hazy
Abial Gebremedhin, Reporter • May 3, 2020

The two-time captain of the boys Lacrosse team, Alexander Oximana, has seen his senior season wiped away by the Corona virus, and yet he still...

Bowlers strike end to season
Lauren Jarman , Reporter • April 18, 2020

On February 12th, the students of Bishop Blanchet’s bowling team wrapped up a fulfilling season at Spin Alley in Shoreline.  From November...

Varsity Boy Basketball playoffs ending too fast for The Braves
Ava Alan, Reporter • March 6, 2020

Bishop Blanchet boys varsity basketball played Bellevue High School at Bellevue College February 15th, losing to Bellevue 53-47, effectively...

JVC boys finish season with a swish
Abigail Orse , Reporter • March 4, 2020

The JVC boys basketball team finished the season strong, winning twelve games and losing one. The boys season was filled with hard work and...

Braves Wrestling Competes at Regionals
Nick Fowler, Reporter • March 2, 2020

The Bishop Blanchet Wrestling team went to regionals on Saturday, February 15, ending their season strong. The girls team was made up of just...

Senior Minner Miller getting ready for a rebound
Girls Varsity Basketball End to a Great Season
Mari Kamemoto , Reporter • February 27, 2020

The girls' varsity basketball fought hard through districts but fell short to Seattle Prep.  The Braves were competing for a spot in the...

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