The Miter

  • June 4Pallium 2019 named to publisher's Gallery of Excellence

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...

Dangers of Vaping

Enya Pooler, Reporter

November 15, 2019

Vaping is believed to be the cause of more than 800 recent illnesses, and eight deaths in the USA. Regulatory bodies are freaking out, and yet...does anyone really know the truth about vaping? Teens around the US are being admitted to ho...

Climate Change in Washington

Rhys de Greef, Reporter

October 1, 2019

It may be hard to notice, but Washington is going through big changes. Carbon dioxide and nitrogen oxide levels are rising, and rainfall is decreasing causing dry conditions for fires to spread. Forest fires are expected to in...

2019-2020 ASB is looking forward to a supportive and positive year.

Bailey Wolf, Reporter

September 18, 2019

This year’s ASB wants to put more of a  focus on having the whole school be more united, positive, and supportive towards people from all different walks of life. The ASB is made up of five seniors; Maliko Madden (Co-President)...

Remembering a Seattle Legend

Max Klauser, Reporter

May 27, 2019

The world was left shocked on Monday, October 15, 2018 when Seattle Seahawks owner, Portland Trail Blazers owner, and Microsoft co-founder, Paul Gardner Allen passed away from complications with non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, at only...

Pallium 2019 makes the rounds and earns recognition

Max Klauser, Reporter

May 24, 2019

After countless hours of working, writing, and editing, the yearbooks are finally ready to be passed out. The seniors will get their yearbooks on Thursday, May 30,  after the graduation ceremony practice. The juniors, sophomores...

Seattle Most Educated Big City in the U.S.

Dani Smith, Reporter

May 20, 2019

Being Seattleites, we have always known that our city is both an amazing and thrilling place to live, but now the city has an even bigger role. As of February 25th, 2019, the Seattle Times released an article about how the city i...

AP Testing Arrives in the Halls of Blanchet

Dani Smith, Reporter

May 20, 2019

With the end of the year just around the corner, and Seattle spring in full bloom, most upper-class Blanchet students all know what time it is: AP testing. It can be a very exciting time of the year, with everyone getting rea...

Life and Legacy of Patrick Miranda

Liam Tracey, Reporter

May 20, 2019

On February 5, 2019, the Bishop Blanchet community was sadly informed that an integral part of its history,  Patrick Miranda, lost his life to cancer. One cannot talk about Bishop Blanchet without bringing up Pat Miranda and vi...

Skip to toolbar
The student news site of Bishop Blanchet High School.
News