Nordic News

  • Two bees or not two bees?

    Two bees or not two bees?

    Rachel Lawson and Olivia Sasson

    August 16, 2018

    Despite anyone’s personal opinions on bees, there is no doubt that their hard pollination work is the basis of a vast majority of our nutritional needs. One-third of every bite of food eaten is dependent on pollinators, Greenpeace says, with bees making up 80% of the pollination process that ensure...

  • Exploring our Viking side

    Exploring our Viking side

    Cami Brix, Print Co-Editor-in-Chief

    August 13, 2018

    “Abiding respect for nature, openness to new ideas, and devotion to social justice.”  Though these values may be iconic to Seattle, the Nordic Museum attributes them to the Nordic people as well as the Nordic immigrants who significantly shaped our community. The Nordic Museum pays tribute to...

    Elegant in its modern design and landscaping, the new Nordic Museum draws in tourists and locals alike off of Ballard’s Main Street. This new location opened May 5, 2018 after many years of planning and fundraising.

    Cami Brix

  • Applying some Cheek to college

    Applying some Cheek to college

    Rachel Lawson, Olivia Sasson, and Audri Saulters

    August 6, 2018

    Ahh, early onset senioritis is in the air, and it’s making your motivation to start college apps plummet into the abyss of Netflix and Cheeto fingers. No need to worry, because Cheeky has curated a special guide, a 100% proven guarantee*, to get you into the college of your dreams. Where to apply The facto...

  • Top ten Netflix shows to binge watch

    Top ten Netflix shows to binge watch

    Evelyn Yang, Opinion Editor

    August 2, 2018

    1. Sherlock Minutes per episode: 85-90   Number of episodes: 13 When he crosses paths with eccentric detective Sherlock Holmes (Benedict Cumberbatch), war veteran John Watson (Martin Freeman) is brought back onto the battlefield – but this time, to face the elaborate salient of crime. In this ser...

    Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman star as Sherlock Holmes and Dr. John Watson in the award-winning BBC show “Sherlock.” The series was created by Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss in 2010, with its most recent season released in 2017; due to the escalated popularity of the lead actors, however, it is uncertain when – or even if – the show will be continued.

  • Enjoyable summer activities await every type of student

    Enjoyable summer activities await every type of student

    Sam Goetze, Photo Editor

    July 30, 2018

    Throughout the school year, students look forward to summer break when they will be able to relax and hang out in the sun. However, within the first month of summer, they exhaust the usual outdoor activities of swimming at a beach or having a picnic in a park. Unknowingly to many, there are numerous eve...

    Carina Bixby

  • Girl’s tennis sends freshman singles player to compete at state and beyond

    Girl’s tennis sends freshman singles player to compete at state and beyond

    Evelyn Yang, Opinion Editor

    July 16, 2018

    In May, freshman Brooke Demerath placed fifth in 4A singles at the WIAA State Tennis Championships, the first girl to represent Inglemoor girl’s tennis at the state level since her older sister Sabrina Demerath in 2012. Demerath qualified for state after placing second at the district level. She was also name...

    After the state tournament, Brooke Demerath smiles with the girls tennis coach, Jane Demerath, who is also her mother. Brooke Demerath said that she is not only supported by, but also inspired by her family.

  • Conversation around musical “Anything Goes”

    Conversation around musical “Anything Goes”

    Olivia Sasson, A&E Editor

    June 30, 2018

    Last month, the Valhalla Players put on a production of the 1930s musical “Anything Goes”, and both the orchestra and many supporting actors have been nominated by the 5th Avenue awards for outstanding performances and honorable mentions in the play. Along with this acclaim, the show received s...

    Actors practice for the musical.

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“Love, Simon” comes out on top

Alex Haworth, Managing Editor
June 8, 2018

The romantic comedy dominating the box office in past weeks takes a break from the typical “boy meets girl” storyline in the most literal of ways. The plot of “Love, Simon” centers around Simon Spier (Nick Robinson), a closeted gay teen who is trying to navigate high school while also maintaining a blossoming online relationship and appeasing a blackmailer. The movie takes great pains to point...

Games worth getting: Samorost 3

Nathanael Martinez, Webmaster
May 14, 2018

Hello! I’m Nathanael Martinez and this is Games Worth Getting, a review column intended to share interesting mobile games that I feel are worth purchasing. Although I select each game primarily because of their presence on mobile, they may be available on other platforms. Now without further ado, here is “Samorost 3.” A wonderfully weird point-and-click game by the independent Czech studio,...

Spring album reviews

Jonah Austin, Reporter
April 24, 2018

Black Panther: The Album Hitting the top of the Billboard 200, Kendrick Lamar’s “Black Panther: The Album” definitely lives up to the movie that shares its name. All of the songs are either inspired by or made for the film, with songs such as “Paramedic!” and “Pray for Me” finding a place in the movie. In the album, Lamar effectively utilizes aspects of traditional African music...

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