Eric Bell, Staff Writer Growing up, who did we think of as the best quarterback in the National Football League (NFL)? Who was the guy that even when his team was losing, you knew he still had a chance? That man was none other than Thomas Edward Patrick Brady, better known as Tom Brady, the … Continue reading Tom Brady (Finally) Retires
Emmanuel O. Son, Staff Writer Description: People taking part in the Unity March demonstrating Ukrainians’ patriotic spirit amid growing tensions with Russia. Photo Credit: Idrees Ali ( @idreesali114 ) on Twitter As tensions between Ukraine and Russia continue to go back and forth, some world leaders have stepped up their talks on how to combat … Continue reading World Leaders Meet to Discuss Russia-Ukraine Conflict
Eric Bell, Staff Writer What do we do, or have to do now? With the start of the spring semester now upon us and in full swing, Saint Martin’s athletics are continuing or starting back up! As teams come back together for practice and competition, people are wondering how the rise of Covid-19 and the … Continue reading New Updated NCAA Covid-19 Guidelines
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
Eric Bell, Staff Writer Stepping into the enormous, enclosed, well-lit press box was like entering a whole new world. Writers feverishly typed away on their various devices, desperate to get their voice out to fans following along for updates and inside access on the contest. Sunlight, a rarity in Seattle on the final day of … Continue reading Seattle Seahawks vs Jacksonville Jaguars
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
Emmanuel Son, Staff Writer It’s a new school year and with midterms passed and the semester drawing to an end, it’s time to destress and celebrate with some school activities. Now that classes for the most part are back to in-person learning, the games at the TUB are open again, and the community is large … Continue reading Upcoming Events
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