Author Archives: Jake Lievois and Nathan Kest

Girls Swim Team Off to Successful Start

The Seaholm Women’s Swim Team is off to a hot start this season, winning their first three meets against Lake Orion, Farmington and Cranbrook, and also putting a remarkable fight against their biggest rival, the Rochester Adams Highlanders. Seaholm senior captain Grace Guevara has an extremely positive attitude toward the season and its future. “So far we’ve had three really

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Casting Controversy

By Charlotte Hoppen When selecting students to play the lead and supporting roles in the annual Seaholm Musical, talent, hard work and promise may be the factors that come to mind when dreaming of the perfect performer. However, students involved in the musical believe that the talent doesn’t always outweigh other factors, including gender, favoritism and race. This year Seaholm

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Highlander Wins Big!

Highlander Adviser Named Best in State The Highlander adviser, Ben Harwood, was honored with the prestigious Golden Pen Award at the Michigan Interscholastic Press Association awards ceremony, April 15 in Lansing. Harwood was recognized for going above and beyond as an advisor for a scholastic publication. “It is a prestigious honor, reflecting an adviser’s long-term commitment to the highest standards

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From 4.0 GPA to 0.1 BAC; Survey Says Binge Drinking Common Among Girls

Written by Kathleen Davis and Kelsey McClear *Mary Brown is a Seaholm junior, varsity athlete and a talented musician. Come Friday, she tends to follow a particular routine. “[I drink] probably every weekend,” Brown said. A frequent party-goer, Brown said she doesn’t think her actions are destructive to herself or others. “I only consider consequences when me or a friend

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Seaholm in the Spotlight

Thanks to some ambitious Michigan filmmakers, Seaholm is getting Hollywood status. The school is a central component of the independent, documentary-style film “The Bully Chronicles”, written and directed by Amy Weber and produced by Jeff Spilman. The small budget film aims to give a different look at the commonly dissected issue of bullying. According to their official website, the film

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