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Bishop Blanchet holds a Native American assembly

Anais Erbe, Reporter

November 25, 2019

Bishop Blanchet strives to be a diverse community and to foster respect for other people's cultures. On march 22nd, our assembly we had promoted diversity education and exposed us to the Native American culture around us.  ...

New $30 car-tab passes in Washington

Abial Gebremedhin, Reporter

November 22, 2019

On Tuesday, November 5th, the voters of Washington approved Initiative 976. This limited the license fees of vehicles under ten thousand pounds to $30. The uproar at the Washington State Legislature and the City of Seattle has bee...

Brave Plunge Leaders Speak Out About Planning Retreat

Bailey Wolf, Reporter

November 22, 2019

The Brave Plunge retreat, an optional retreat for sophomores, immerses students into life as a homeless person.   This retreat takes place overnight in various locations in the Seattle area. The participants on the retreat...

The History of Homecoming

Maria Denning, Reporter

October 18, 2019

As VICE magazine mentions, homecoming was a tradition started by colleges where they had a week filled with activities, games, sports and more to welcome their alumni back to the school, but over the years it transformed into...

Unified Day Late Starts

Natasha Kaimakis, Reporter

October 10, 2019

This year, Bishop Blanchet added a one-hour late start on a variety of unified days. The late start gives students time to get work done, sleep in, and positively start Mondays. The school changed its bell schedule to fit in the...

For the Dungeons and Dragons club, the stories are just beginning

Rhys de Greef, Reporter

October 5, 2019

The Dungeons and Dragons Club met on Friday, September 13th, to lay the groundwork for a year of fun and intrigue. Meeting in the Norcliffe Commons, the members created their characters and stories that they would develop t...

“Pride and Prejudice” begins to take shape

Enya Pooler, Reporter

September 20, 2019

From behind the scenes to on stage, the Bishop Blanchet Fall Play, Pride and Prejudice, is up and ready for action. Starting on the 1st-3rd of November,  Blanchet students will perform after weeks of rehearsing to bring the best possible show. ...

Admin gives One Lunch a couple of extra helpings

Jack Haskins, Reporter

June 5, 2019

This May, the Bishop Blanchet administration had the idea of instituting a "one lunch" schedule in which every student would have lunch in a single period just five minutes longer than regular lunch. Over the years, Bishop...

The votes are in, and 2020 has its senior cabinet

Ava Dunlop, Reporter

May 29, 2019

The class of 2020 chose some new and familiar faces to serve the class as  its class cabinet. Serving on the new cabinet are Jack Jarvis, Chris Dyckman, Anna Todd, Kaitlin Flinn, and Abial Gebremedhin. “Working hard for...

Class of 2019 Dances an Enchanted Evening Away

Cole Thomas, Editor

May 24, 2019

It is the culmination of so many young adults high school careers- prom. For the BBHS seniors, expectations were as high as the feeling of the Fremont Foundry, and through years of fundraising and months of planning, the final s...

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