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Inventions nobody needs


Cyber Calhoun

No security can beat C.A.L.H.O.U.N. Let’s take this elite force onto the internet and make crippling and preventable hacks a thing of the past. This unit will ensure no hackers park in your cyber spot.












This umbrella isn’t just for blocking out the rain; it’s for blocking out all of the

annoyances you face on a daily basis. This umbrella senses your irritation and opens right up to stop it. If a t

eacher tries to assign homework— BAM! Umbrella. Someone starts complaining? BAM, umbrella. It’s truly a universal solution!







School sleeper

It’s starting to get colder in Washington and with the cold comes the need for
some heavy gear. What’s cozier than
a sleeping bag? This invention makes
sleeping in class and keeping warm a
more achievable goal. With pockets for your books and pens you’ll never need anything else. Imagine a school where everyone shuffles around in sleeping bags— A school with walking caterpillars? That’s the school we want to inch about in.



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Mia Tavares
Mia Tavares, Design Editor
Senior Mia Tavares is the Design Editor for Nordic News for the 2020-2021 school year. Her goals for Nordic are to finetune her writing skills and help create interesting graphics. She wants to help Nordic become a bigger part of the daily lives of students and get them more involved with Nordic’s website and social media. Outside of school, she enjoys playing guitar, reading, and hanging out with her two dogs, Koda and Pixel.

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