• Basketball Season Final Report

    Basketball Season Final Report

    Kendyl Morris, Staff Editor

    March 23, 2017

    All good things must come to an end, including our exciting basketball season. On March 9th, the basketball team and their cheerleaders went to Nikiski for the regions tournament. The girls came out on top the first day, defeating the Houston Hawks. The boys fought hard against the Homer Mariners, ...

  • Drones and Flooding

    Drones and Flooding

    Creeanna Whitcome, Staff Editor

    March 10, 2017

    Do you enjoy building machines, hiking, or expanding your technological abilities? Drone club offers a unique opportunity to utilize UAF and Bear Creek Flood Board resources to develop all of the aforementioned skills and more.   In the past three years, since its founding, the academic club has accumu...

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  • UMM Gets Commitment from Pahno

    UMM Gets Commitment from Pahno

    Tanis Lorring, Staff Editor

    March 9, 2017

    During a signing ceremony at Seward High School on Wednesday, March 8, Nik Pahno gave his consent to play football for the University of Minnesota, Morris. From a young age, Pahno displayed drive and raw talent in football; it shouldn’t be surprising that this sport has become his calling. “I s...

    Photographer: Noah Robertson

  • Guernsey Reflects on Senate Page Program

    Guernsey Reflects on Senate Page Program

    Lindy Guernsey, Staff Editor

    March 7, 2017

    Lindy In the summer of 2016, Ashley Guernsey applied to be a senate page for the fall-winter session, and she was selected by Lisa Murkowski to attend the Senate Page School and work in the Senate. Ashley decided to apply to the page school because she “thought it would be interesting to observe th...

    Ashley Guernsey is awarded the Certificate of Appreciation by the Senate Secretary for the Majority Laura Dove

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  • The Best Science Class

    The Best Science Class

    Elena Hamner, Staff Editor

    March 3, 2017

    The ocean is as cold as winter, as vast as space, and as mysterious as the disappearance of a sock in the washer; however, there is a group of people that gathers annually to discuss and compete about ocean related subjects. This group is part of the National Ocean Sciences Bowl, or more commonly known as...

  • Avalanche Awareness

    Avalanche Awareness

    Megan Koster, Staff Editor

    March 3, 2017

    On March 1st, Alex McLain came to Mr. Reising's environmental science class to give a presentation about avalanche awareness. For the first part of the class, McLain gave a brief presentation on how avalanches get triggered and what to do during a rescue. Afterwards, he had students go outside to ...

Extracurricular

Drones and Flooding

Drones and Flooding

Creeanna Whitcome, Staff Editor

Do you enjoy building machines, hiking, or expanding your technological abilities? Drone club offers a unique opportunity to utilize UAF and Bear Creek Flood Board resources to develop all of the aforementioned skills an...

March 10No Comments

Another Success

Another Success

Creeanna Whitcome, Staff Editor

Another successful season of Drama Debate and Forensics (DDF) has come to an end. The most prevalent academic program at Seward High, the DDF team, attended state the 25th-27th of February. The state team consisted of...

March 2No Comments

National Honor Society: What’s It All About?

Creeanna Whitcome, Staff Editor

According to the National Honor Society (NHS) website, “NHS is the nation's premier organization established to recognize outstanding high school students. More than just an honor roll, NHS serves to recognize those students w...

December 8No Comments

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Sports

Basketball Season Final Report

Basketball Season Final Report

Kendyl Morris, Staff Editor

All good things must come to an end, including our exciting basketball season. On March 9th, the basketball team and their cheerleaders went to Nikiski for the regions tournament. The girls came out on top the first day,...

March 23No Comments

To Ski or Not to Ski

To Ski or Not to Ski

January 19

Going Big- Green and Gold Style

Going Big- Green and Gold Style

January 18

Seahawk Basketball Hosts Houston and Redington

Seahawk Basketball Hosts Houston and Redington

January 17

“V” is for Volleyball & Victory

“V” is for Volleyball & Victory

November 18

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Student Life

UMM Gets Commitment from Pahno

UMM Gets Commitment from Pahno

Tanis Lorring, Staff Editor

During a signing ceremony at Seward High School on Wednesday, March 8, Nik Pahno gave his consent to play football for the University of Minnesota, Morris. From a young age, Pahno displayed drive and raw t...

March 9No Comments

Ideas for Spring Break

Ideas for Spring Break

March 8

Guernsey Reflects on Senate Page Program

Guernsey Reflects on Senate Page Program

March 7

The Best Science Class

The Best Science Class

March 3

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