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The Puma Press

The Student News Site of University Prep

The Puma Press

The Student News Site of University Prep

The Puma Press

Carter Headstrom

Carter Headstrom, Editor-in-Chief

Carter Headstrom is an editor-in-chief on the staff of the Puma Press. He is a junior and this is his third year on staff. He loves to write sports stories and student spotlights. His favorite part of journalism is giving members of the community a platform to use their voice. Outside of journalism, he enjoys playing soccer and tennis.

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Ninth grader Noah Roth cuts steel at the robotics club meeting after school. The group has been a passion of his for a long time. “I’ve been doing it for a third of my life. I’ve been doing it for all of my UPrep career, and I plan on continuing to do it. It’s just been my touch point for everything I’m doing with UPrep.” Roth said.

Expanding Abilities

By Carter Headstrom, Editor-in-Chief
March 1, 2024
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A shape sorter containing shapes that don’t fit represents the difficulty in converting semester classes into an intensive.

For All Intensive Purposes

By Carter Headstrom and Sol Starin
December 11, 2023
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Mirna Ruiz wipes off a desk in a math classroom. “On a typical day...after class, I come, I prepare things, I start in the first classroom on the third floor, and it is generally unoccupied,” Ruiz said.

An Unsung Hero

By Carter Headstrom, Editor-in-Chief
November 9, 2023
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Hello! My Name Is...

Hello! My Name Is…

By Carter Headstrom, Editor-in-Chief
October 13, 2023
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A UPrep student watches the ULab construction unfold. According to Brian Gonzales, the completion will happen later than expected. “Construction projects always take longer than you think. A million things have just added up to where delays occur. It is inevitable,” Gonzales said.

Sizing Up The Space

By Carter Headstrom, Editor-in-Chief
May 11, 2023
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Junior Eliza Barton prepares to throw the disc in a game early in the season.

Pass the Disc!

By Carter Headstrom, Editor-in-Chief
May 3, 2023
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Carter Headstrom poses in front one of the higher rated stores

Boba Bracket 2K23

By Carter Headstrom and Teddy Bergstrom
April 6, 2023
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An ad that students see frequently is the one on the lightrail.

Marketing Maneuvers

By Carter Headstrom, Editor-in-Chief
April 6, 2023
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The new season begins with a squad of 17 players. 9 of them are returners from last years state finals team.

Time To Lace Up the Cleats!

By Carter Headstrom, Editor-in-Chief
March 8, 2023
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Students are stealing food from The Commons according to owner Felicia Lindholm.

A Common(s) Conflict

By Carter Headstrom, Editor-in-Chief
March 2, 2023
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Zack Lagunoff prepares to shoot a free throw. He shot 100% from the line.

A Slow Start

By Carter Headstrom, Editor-in-Chief
December 9, 2022
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Jimari Marks inbounds the ball. He is one of ten seniors on the roster.

Let the Basketball Games Begin

By Carter Headstrom, Editor-in-Chief
December 5, 2022
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Sophomore Tyson Scott contemplates whether to participate in fall sports or the musical. Many students have had this problem.

On The Stage Or On The Field

By Carter Headstrom, Editor-in-Chief
October 6, 2022
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Freshman Sam Bush reads a book while painting a wall.

Pumas Get To Work

By Carter Headstrom, Editor-in-Chief
May 12, 2022
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Where Are They Now?

Where Are They Now?

By Carter Headstrom, Editor-in-Chief
April 7, 2022
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A standard day at Stevens Pass, the mountain that UPrep uses for ski bus.

Ski Bus Is Back

By Carter Headstrom, Editor-in-Chief
March 4, 2022
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Pack The Dome

Pack The Dome

By Carter Headstrom, Editor-in-Chief
December 10, 2021
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Carly Katzman drops off supplies at the food bank that she had earned by selling cookies.

Cookies For a Cause

By Carter Headstrom, Editor-in-Chief
November 4, 2021
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The University Prep COVID Task Force announced that all unvaccinated students will have to test twice a week from now on. This announcement followed two false-positive test results from the sixth grade class during the last week of September.

Protecting Pumas

By Carter Headstrom and Abby Headstrom
October 5, 2021
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Playing soccer on Dahl Field can get very muddy.

Slipping and Sliding

By Carter Headstrom, Editor-in-Chief
December 15, 2020
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A student becomes distracted during class.

Distractions at Home and How to Fix Them

By Carter Headstrom, Editor-in-Chief
November 4, 2020
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