The Parker Weekly

In Response to “To Kill a Mockingbird: The Ongoing Debate”

Zoe Laris-Djokovic

December 20, 2017

Dear Editors, My younger brother is in seventh grade this year, and it’s very clear to me that he is able to grasp complicated, deep-rooted concepts, especially in literature. We have discussions about our views on many different syste...

Editorial, Issue 5 – Volume CVII

The Parker Weekly

December 20, 2017

Our outsourcing of our janitorial staff, which is to say our hiring a company to provide us with our janitorial staff, has created a perplexing contradiction for Parker. While we pride ourselves on our community values, and we ensur...

Class-less in Seattle

Class-less in Seattle

December 20, 2017

The 7th graders sing a harmonious melody at Vespers.

Singin’ In The Snow

December 20, 2017

Locked In

Jack Maling, Staff Writer

December 20, 2017

No less than fifty times a day, my phone makes a telltale “bing!” and a news alert appears on my home screen, forcing me to make the choice--click it, or swipe it into oblivion? Click, and I go down a rabbit hole, only to em...

Emma’s Dilemmas, Issue 5

Emma Butler-Vanderlinden, Columnist

December 20, 2017

Disappointing, indefensible, heartbreaking, infuriating–these are only a handful of the adjectives used to describe the actions of powerful men who have abused their authority and taken advantage of women in the workplace. In a...

The Tao of Parker, Issue 5

Alex Ori, Columnist

December 20, 2017

My grandpa, or “Nonno,” is retired and ushers Cubs games in his free time. A couple hours before every game, he meets up with his co-worker friends at the Starbucks right outside the stadium. They hang out there, and then w...

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