Ailina Cunningham, Staff Writer Typically, Olympia is known as one of the safer places to live and work. As a close-knit community and small-town, it tends to make the news, and everyone knows about it whenever something happens. However, even in a safe community such as Olympia, it is always essential to keep your eyes … Continue reading Crime Rates in Olympia and how to keep Yourself Safe
Hillary Thompson, Staff Writer With the pressure of assignments, presentations, and upcoming finals, students have stress that can affect their mental health. Practicing self-care is essential to keep ourselves at our best. Self-care is a process where using behaviors that promote health to take care of oneself. The counseling center is known to have resources … Continue reading Practicing Self-Care
Emmanuel Son, Staff Writer Governor Jay Inslee has signed an executive order on November 3 that will require state-government cars to all be electric by 2035. The Kent Reporter reports that the order was announced in an international submission in Glasgow, Scotland, which focused on creating ways to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Executive branch agencies … Continue reading Inslee Electric Car Mandate
Dominique Bornilla, Staff Writer I honestly cannot remember what my daily school life looked like before Covid. The most prominent memories would probably be going to classes during the day and going to the gym to either workout or play intramurals at night. During the lockdown, I got up to attend class online and then … Continue reading Seoul (Soul) Sought: A New Me
Hillary Thompson, Staff Writer As November ends, many students and staff are looking towards the Thanksgiving break, and many students discuss their plans. Senior Annika Briggs says, “My plans for Thanksgiving are to drive to my hometown and spend time with my parents and cousins.” Junior Rhea Herradura explains that over break, “My family has … Continue reading Thanksgiving and Saint Martin’s Values
Hillary Thompson, Staff Writer Saint Martin’s offers a variety of resources to help students achieve success. One of them being the Career Center with the help of director Ann Adams and assistant director Alyssa Nastasi. They help students define and plan for post-graduation as well as guide them to their career goal. Saint Martin’s is … Continue reading Campus Resources
Dominique Bornilla, Staff Writer This year has brought about a lot of unprecedented events. While the world is slowly adjusting to life dealing with Covid-19, the only thing we can count on is the unpredictability that the pandemic brings. When I got the notice that a study abroad program was available, the one thing that kept … Continue reading Do’s and Don’ts: Traveling During a Pandemic
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