Josh Freitag, Finalist for the Marshall Award

Zach Cowger

April 8, 2019

Filed under Special Features, Student Events

ASB Leadership advisor Marie Lockwood always says “leadership is a call to service, not a trumpet call to self-importance.” Being a servant leader is an often thankless job; this is not the case for a certain local senior...

The Eagle Scouts Of Seton Catholic

Rebecca Vu, Writer

April 8, 2019

Filed under Student Events

Boy Scouts don’t just help old ladies across the street. They also give back to the community, learning new skills along the way. In fact, earning the highest rank of Eagle Scout, which requires earning 21 merit badges, mean...

Catholic Schools Week, What Exactly are we Celebrating?

Ellie Saunders, Writer

February 12, 2019

Filed under Reviews, Student Events

While color wars and spirit days are undoubtedly fun, the true meaning of Catholic Schools Week is often lost in the excitement of celebration. When we partake in Catholic Schools Week, we not only recognize Seton itself, but our...

#BeatKingsway 73-65

January 9, 2019

Filed under News, Sports, Student Events


ATTENTION COUGS There are Service Oppurtinities

Christian Martin, Writer

December 14, 2018

Filed under News, Student Events

Attention Seton Catholic Cougars! If you’re stressed about completing your service requirement, worry no more because this winter is full of opportunities to get those hours done.     Students have so many chances to serv...

Seton’s Food Drive Marries Giving with Competitiveness

Zach Cowger, Writer

December 12, 2018

Filed under Student Events

In the cold of winter, Seton students’ giving hearts glow warm as the annual Santa’s Posse food drive ramps up. Seton students are bringing in canned goods to make a traditional Christmas dinner a possibility for Clark County...

Boys Basketball Looks Forward to a Great Season

Zach Cowger, Writer

November 25, 2018

Filed under Sports, Student Events

Something is brewing in Seton Catholic’s gym. Something intangible, a feeling of urgency and expectation. After missing the opportunity to compete in the state tournament by 1 point last year, this year’s team features...

Pink Out For Volleyball

Rebecca Vu, Writer

November 19, 2018

Filed under Sports, Student Events

In honor of breast cancer awareness, pink dominated as the Seton girl’s volleyball team lost against White Salmon Columbia High School. It was the last home game of the season, and the gym was decked out in colorful poster...

Buy Your Tickets To Prom!

Calley West, Writer

May 1, 2018

Filed under News, Student Events

Attention all juniors and seniors! Our “Starlight Paradise” prom is this coming Saturday, May 5th! This will be the first ever Seton Catholic dance held at Royal Oaks Country Club, and will be in the beautiful and spacious...

Mock Trial Court is Now in Session

Amber Piazza, Formatter, writer

April 23, 2018

Filed under Student Events

Mock trial is new to Seton this year and very few people joined the team because of the fact that many people just didn’t know what it was. So, Mock Trial is where a case has been made by a judge within the state of Washington...

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