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Inglemoor library adapts to virtual learning

 Updates made to the Inglemoor library system provide helpful resources for online learning. Art by Hope Rasa.
November 29, 2020

When the switch to online learning took place, the library team began making adjustments to the library system to make learning from home as pleasant and efficient as possible for students and teachers...

“Fake Homecomings” are irresponsible, highlight ignorance of youth

 Fake homecomings (FOCO) are all the rage among high school students. Recognizing the potential dangers of the event is crucial in deciding whether to have one. Art by Rory Knettles
November 29, 2020

School officials have decided to cancel school dances this year due to the extent of the pandemic. However, groups of high school students across the country have decided to arrange and participate in...

Ways to stay connected with family and friends

Staying connected with family and friends during a global pandemic is challenging. Nordic has compiled a list of ways to keep in touch and have fun with your loved ones online. Art by Jana Dimikj
During a global pandemic, staying connected with friends and family is important for staying mentally and socially healthy through hard times. Nordic has compiled a list of the most common and accessible apps to stay connected and have fun with your loved ones online
November 28, 2020

Zoom: The same platform used for distance learning, Zoom is an excellent way to video call with friends and family remotely. The share screen feature allows you to share your screen with every participant,...

Instagram advocacy needs a more direct approach

Though social media activism has it's benefits, activism must extend beyond social media content in order to make a real impact. Art by Jackie Su.
November 28, 2020

With the civil unrest that our country has been facing, social media activism, primarily on Instagram, has emerged as an accessible tool to help inform people of important issues in our world.  Instagram...

New clubs arrive at Inglemoor despite online learning conditions

This year the Red Cross Club, Feeding America Club, and Feminism Club were established at Inglemoor despite online learning conditions in order to better our community. Art by Tyler Vuu
November 28, 2020

Clubs have changed a lot due to the online learning environment. Despite this, many new clubs have emerged. Three clubs in particular hope to set themselves apart from other clubs by helping the community...

Inglemoor Valhalla players adapt to virtual life, announces future virtual shows

Two weeks ago,  Inglemoor’s Valhalla players presented “Lead Rings on the Merry-go-Round.” This was the first of several virtual shows that they plan on presenting this year. Art by Rory Knettles.
November 21, 2020

Two weeks ago, Inglemoor’s Valhalla players presented “Lead Rings on the Merry-go-Round,” a murder mystery radio show. The story takes place in San Francisco amid a series of murders in the city....

Cheeky: Among Us

When playing Among Us, whether you’re getting kicked from games as soon as they start, being cautious as a Crewmate, or having a twisted fun time as an Imposter, there are a couple specific types of players that seem to pop up every so often. Cheeky has made these players into comic form!
November 19, 2020

Disclaimer: This article is purely satire. Cheeky is not responsible for changing the article if you feel a play style is more sus than another The One Who Stands In Cafeteria This player just...

Finding the fall spirit during a pandemic

The Covid-19 pandemic has left us unable to enjoy our favorite fall activities. Here are Nordic's favorite ways to spice up your typical fall traditions. Art by Cassidy Bixby
With the chaos of 2020, it can seem hard to get into the holiday cheer. Finding ways to still have fun during such a scary time is difficult but not impossible! Here are Nordic’s favorite ways to spice up your typical holiday traditions.
November 18, 2020

There are a number of restrictions standing in the way of your traditional fall spirit. Between pumpkin patch Covid scares and midterms, it has been one scary Halloween. Typically, you’ll find students...

Short and inspirational reads for quarantine

Short and inspirational reads for quarantine
Love to read but short on time? Here are four short and inspiring reads that will keep you turning pages through the night.
November 13, 2020

Daisy Jones and the Six From Taylor Jenkins Reid, author of “The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo,” comes “Daisy Jones and the Six,” a unique and compelling story of a ‘70s rock band and their...

NSD provides resources to support students and families

Northshore School District has partnered with many community organizations to provide resources for students and families. Art by Cathy Zhao.
November 11, 2020

In partnership with local community organizations and state initiatives, Northshore School District is providing many helpful resources to support students and parents. In order to demonstrate how valuable...

Inglemoor alumni give words of advice for college applicants

Inglemoor graduates now study majors from political science to biology, at schools across the United States. Art by Margaret He.
It all leads up to this. Your hours of studying and all that time you’ve spent dreaming about your future culminate into the college application season during the first semester of senior year. However, from writing essays to filling out profiles, applications can be tricky and overwhelming. Nordic has interviewed past Inglemoor alumni and highlighted what these students consider to be the most important advice for navigating the college application process. Before you begin reading, remember to relax.
November 9, 2020

 It all leads up to this. Your hours of studying and all that time you’ve spent dreaming about your future culminate into the college application season during the first semester of senior year. However,...

Seahawks breakdown: What’s working and what needs to change?

The Seahawks have had an incredible season so far with quarterback Russell Wilson poised to be MVP. Photo courtesy of Dave Adamson.
November 6, 2020

The Seahawks have had an incredible season throughout the last seven weeks of play, and quarterback Russell Wilson is on track to become MVP for the first time ever. This year, Wilson broke the record...

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