Trojan Journalism

May Day not really for ding-dong-ditching flowers

Melanie Wakefield

April 30, 2015

An unknown protester threw a bomb into police ranks, killing one officer instantly. Enraged, police open fired into the crowd of protesters fighting in court for an eight hour work day. This isn’t the May Day usually thought...

Just The facts about the SBAC

Amber Penick

April 30, 2015

Through the years teachers and schools test their students to find what skills they have mastered and see what they still need to learn. The Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium, also known as the SBAC, is a computer based...

“I, Zombie” infects TV screens

Samantha Huff

April 30, 2015

Imagine a flesh-eating zombie inhabiting the city of Seattle. Imagine attending a party in which the zombie is a guest, and then getting attacked by him. And worst of all, imagine getting transformed into a zombie. This was a...

Temperature anomaly found in Pacific Ocean

Ryan Ducolon

April 30, 2015

A large temperature anomaly has been found on the west coast of the Pacific Ocean, stretching from the Alaskan Pacific coast to the Mexican Pacific coast. The blob stretches 1,000 miles in each direction and runs 300 feet deep...

SAT testing: an experience to remember

Brandon Hazel

April 29, 2015

For college bound students, four hours of testing is vital to one’s education A test that decides the future for students, a test that challenges the highest intellect with three harsh categories, a test that will be significant...

Mariners start season with high hopes

Brandon Hazel

April 29, 2015

From K Signs to Boomsticks and everything in between. Seattle fans are buzzing about the newly improved Mariners roster as the season gets underway. Fans believe that this is the year for the club to show their true potential. With...

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