Breaking News
  • Congratulations to Jadie Hwang for placing 2nd in the WSPTA Relections in Literature!
  • Congratulations to the Inglemoor Crew Women’s 4+ boat for winning 5th at the US Rowing Youth National Championships!
  • Good luck to Jackie Jones, Maggie Cowan, Paige Stewart and Lauren Vesely who are competing at the Nike Outdoor Nationals from June 14-15 at the University of Oregon’s Hayward Field!
  • Congratulations to National Merit Scholarship Recipient Senior Bennett Ye!
  • Congratulations to senior Ava Espiritu who won the League of Women Voters’s video contest!
The student news site of Inglemoor High School

Nordic News

The student news site of Inglemoor High School

Nordic News

The student news site of Inglemoor High School

Nordic News

The girls badminton team huddles before game.

Badminton: Turning weaknesses into strengths

Siqi Li (she/her), Sports Editor May 19, 2023

On March 22, the girls varsity badminton team played fast-paced, and the team secured a marvelous 9-2 win in their first non-league game against Snohomish High School. The girls strengthen their weaknesses...

Fielders mid game, Broden Griner (20), David Reed (13) and Stefan Zhan.

Lacrosse plays hard despite being unofficial

Ria Kowalski (she/her), Reporter May 19, 2023

The lacrosse team put up a good fight against North Creek High School on April 19 and scored five goals shared between sophomores Jacob Lubatti and Oliver Zorich, and Juniors Ethan Ballwebber, and David...

Get to know some of the stylish students on campus who pull inspiration from all over pop culture! Learn tips to expand your own personal style from these fashionable icons.

Vikings are ready to rock the runway

Sophomore Zoe Skofstad (she/they) said she’s inspired by Japanese street style, Harajuku brands such as ACDC RAG and other Japanese pop media like FRUiTS Magazine. Skofstad is wearing a pastel quilted...

Your star sign influences your exam performance more than studying.

Written in the stars

Mya Vo (she/her) and Mia Duffy (she/her) May 18, 2023

Exam season probably has you feeling like you have no control over your life. To help you trick yourself into thinking you actually have your life together, we’ve slapped together a horoscope chart to...

Narcan authorized over the counter to fight opioid crisis

Narcan authorized over the counter to fight opioid crisis

Every year, more than 100,000 Americans die from drug overdoses, and a majority of them involve the use of opioids. To combat the rapidly increasing number of overdoses and nationwide opioid crisis, the...

Orca returning to Puget Sound after 50 years captivity

Orca returning to Puget Sound after 50 years captivity

Tokitae, the world’s oldest orca in captivity, is coming back home for her release 50 years after she was taken from the waters of Puget Sound. Her original name, Tokitae (or Toki), was given to her...

(From left to right) Scarlett Class, Coach Jessica Huber, and Aiden Graham practicing ball handling skills on their first day of the season on Apr. 18th. Practice was moved indoors due to heavy rain.

Kicking stigmas aside with unified soccer

Klaira Zhang (she/her), Co-Editor-in-Chief, Co-Business Manager May 10, 2023

Unified sports joins people with and without disabilities together on the same team. The main goal is for people to train, play, and build friendships together between people of all abilities. This spring...

Michael Tolley was recently appointed as permanent superintendent. His contract will begin July 1.

NSD’s new permanent superintendent, Dr. Michael Tolley

Arushi Sharma (she/her), Co-Editor-in-Chief May 9, 2023

On March 17, Michael Tolley (he/him) was appointed Northshore School District’s permanent superintendent, effective July 1. Tolley has been with the district since 2019, previously serving as the East...

Seattle gig workers granted paid sick leave with new law

Seattle gig workers granted paid sick leave with new law

On March 29, Seattle Mayor Bruce Harrell signed a law that will entitle nearly all gig workers to paid sick leave. This applies to those working jobs such as Uber Eats and food delivery services like DoorDash. “No...

Justin Geib teaches his first period AP Statistics class about distribution. His word problems always seem to consist of the same themes, including penguins with top hats and no shows at airports.

Teacher feature: The Geib in the suit

Among the teachers at Inglemoor lies a gold mine of joy: Justin Geib (he/him). A man of mystery, Geib shows up fully clad in a suit each day, ready to teach burnt-out students about the wonders of Geometry...

Quantity over quality is  Hollywoods motto when it comes to celebrity biopics.

Celebrity biopics are starting to feel gross

Hope Rasa (she/her), Web-Editor-in-Chief May 7, 2023

From Elvis to Oppenheimer, Hollywood has spent the past few years churning out biopic after biopic. However, some recent, less tasteful biopics have people wondering if they should even be a thing.  “Pam...

Concealer, lipstick, mascara, moisturizer, face wash, pore strips, etc.: the endless beauty product shopping list.

Complications of cosmetic consumerism

Expectations surpassing reality In a survey of 117 students, 72.7% of Inglemoor students said they use skincare products at least once a day, and 28.2% wear makeup every day. This information follows...

Load More Stories
Activate Search