November in Review

This article was last updated 11/25



10 Seattle Sounders win the Major League Soccer cup, the second time in their club’s history;  Evo Morales resigns presidency of Bolivia and flees to Mexico, resulting in widespread violence

11 Veterans Day; In Hong Kong protests continue. A teenager was shot in the stomach and a man was set on fire

12 Rains flood 85% of Venice, leaving some areas six feet deep in water

13 President Trump’s public impeachment hearing begins. Witnesses testify that President Trump pressured the Ukranian government to help him win the upcoming bid for reelection

15 Rodney Reed, accused of the 1996 murder of Stacey Stites, is granted a 120-day stay of execution

20 Joe Biden, Elizabeth Warren, Bernie Sanders, Kamala Harris, Corey Booker, Pete Buttigieg, Andrew Yang, Tom Steyer, Amy Klobuchar, and Tulsi Gabbard take the stage in Atlanta, GA for the November Democratic Debates

21 Anti-government demonstrations, originally peaceful but now deteriorating into violence, take place in Colombia over possible changes to minimum wage, pension and tax reforms, the privatization of state companies, and alleged corruption

28 Happy Thanksgiving!



4 Mr. Noe announces the competencies and mindsets that will be incorporated in Lakeside’s re-envisioning

7 Girls soccer defeats Seattle Prep 1-0 to win the Metro League Championships

8 SALT hosts the Fall Festival

14 Girls volleyball defeats Bainbridge, putting the team in districts semifinals and guaranteeing a spot in the upcoming state tournament

14-16 The fall play, As You Like It, runs in St. Nicks 

16 Girls swim and dive places fifth at state

20-27 Exhibition by the Upper School’s November artist-in-residence Soo Hong, is sown titled “Rain Village”

28-3 Dec School is closed. Happy Thanksgiving!