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The student news site of Inglemoor High School

Nordic News

The student news site of Inglemoor High School

Nordic News

Feeling hungry? Come satisfy that hunger and chow down on some delicious grub with the guidance of our international snack review. Trust us, your stomach will thank you.

Snack your way around the globe

Shoreline Kitanda Espresso and Acai Our first stop is Shoreline’s Kitanda Espresso and Acai, a popular Brazilian chain cafe. Though this cafe specializes in acai bowls, breads, sweets and drinks,...

Ye may be canceled for now, but he
won’t stay canceled
for long.

Unpacking the Kanye conundrum

William He (he/him), Photo Editor Feb 1, 2023

In the last months of 2022, renowned hip-hop artist Ye (he/him), who formally went by Kanye West, was seemingly canceled once and for all following his wearing of a “White Lives Matter” shirt — a...

The search for a new superintendent

The search for a new superintendent

In March, the Northshore School District will select and announce its new permanent superintendent. The district’s superintendent search began in September 2022 after the previous superintendent, Dr....

[From left to right] Junior Lauren Dellinger (they/them), sophomore Flare Antrobus (they/them) and senior Seth Karlinsey
(he/him) make mermaid hair pieces on Jan. 23, 2023.

A backstage sneak peek into tech theater’s hell week

In preparation for the opening night of “Peter and the Starcatcher” on Jan. 27, the tech theater team began their tech week on Jan. 23. Tech week, lovingly known as “hell week,” is the period leading...

Study up on your teachers silly quirks and serious moral failings with Cheekys teacher reviews!

Cheeky teacher reviews

Have you ever wondered if a class you’re about to take will be good, bad, or downright atrocious? Has your life been transformed by a class? TeacherReviews is the perfect place to review your most memorable...

Junior Chloe Vancour (she/her) making a pose in the flyer position while
practicing their full-out routine.

Cheer stunts their way to state

The cheerleading team has been at the heart of school spirit, supporting sports teams on the sidelines and courtsides. Now it’s our turn to cheer them on as they head off to the state competition in...

Place your bets folks! Nordic takes a look at some of this years most impressive singles, albums and musicians as we guess which ones are most likely to snag a Grammy this year.

Grammy predictions to feed your music addictions

Record of the year: The Heart Part 5 The single preceding Kendrick Lamar’s Mr. Morale & the Big Steppers, “The Heart Part 5,”  is a production gold mine. It draws inspiration from both the...

Are AI art and essay generators a helpful tool or a hinderance for artists and authors?

Point/counterpoint: Are AI art and essays a threat?

Point: Yay I! You may have witnessed a peer on their computer creating artwork or writing faster than Seattle weather changes. Artificial intelligence art and text-generating websites are on the rise,...

Addressing ableism: One campus does not fit all

Addressing ableism: One campus does not fit all

Audrey Gasser (she/they), Reporter Jan 27, 2023

The word “ableism” is used to define discrimination against those who have mental and physical disabilities. In addition to obvious harassment, bullying and ignorance, ableism can also come in subtler...

Lake Washington from Juanita Beach Park on Jan. 16. Fish that are unsafe to eat from this lake now include common carp, cutthroat trout, and largemouth bass.

PFAS in Washington making some fish unsafe to eat

Sarah Krug (she/her), Reporter Jan 27, 2023

On Dec. 14, the Washington State Department of Health released an advisory warning against the consumption of multiple species of fish found in Washington lakes. Testing indicated that these fish contained...

Beg your teachers to throw you a bone.

Cheeky’s handy-dandy end-of-semester tips

Hope Rasa (she/her), Web-Editor-in-Chief Jan 27, 2023

As the semester draws to a close, students are scrambling to salvage their grades before the final buzzer goes off. Like rats on a sinking ship, students are desperately searching for ways to escape the...

Senior Owen Jones (he/him) helps sophomore Satoshi Takeuchi (he/him) trace out a circle as they make a moon painting during seventh period on Jan. 12.

Peer coaching: A class that brings lifelong friendships

Peer coaching is a semester-long class where students give individual academic support to other students with moderate to significant disabilities. The class gives peer coaches a few assignments throughout...

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