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Editorial: the importance of study abroad opportunities

All language courses should provide external study options.

April 21, 2019

For those studying a language, the importance of practice and immersion is well known as a way to better synthesize information and apply it on the fly. Outside of the classroom, however, students who don’t speak the language at home rarely have a chance to practice with others. This is why study ...

Spring musical brings new talent to drama department

The cast of “Working” rehearse the song “All the Livelong Day,” acting as everyday citizens. While some cast members have a more specific role, during large ensemble pieces the whole cast works together as to create a choreographed scene. Pictured is Serrein Sabbah, Taylor Reddick, Hunter Essex, Malu Rivera, Briza De La Cruz, Julia Owens and Akhila Narayanan.

Carina Bixby, Reporter

April 20, 2019

In preparation for their upcoming debut, the cast of this year’s musical practices every day after school as they sing and dance their way across the theatre stage. “Working” is based on a book written by Studs Terkel and was first performed in 1977. Adapted by Stephen Schwartz and Nina Faso, the sho...

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Evelynn Li and Audri Saulters

April 19, 2019

Meet Chadwick (Chad) Hometown: Beige, Wyoming Current Occupation: Influencer. That’s right, he spreads the flu. What a sick dude. Political alignment: A member of the Green-Tea Party, which doubles as a book club on Tuesdays. Qualifications - Mayor of his town on Club Penguin - Met Obama’s cou...

BSU gives students a voice

Members of the Black Student Union pose for a picture after one of their weekly Wednesday after school meetings in room 926. Clockwise from top left: Dédé Stewart, Jaeonna Johnson, Osayi Stewart, Anisha Chowdhry.

Rahima Baluch and Nicole Turtle

April 18, 2019

In the face of rising nationalism and hate crimes in the U.S., a Black Student Union (BSU) was established at Inglemoor in August of 2018. Though it is not associated with the National Black Student Union, BSU has become a significant member of the school’s cultural clubs. The union strives to edu...

Out-of-the-box sports

Jupiter Grant focuses on his paddling. He often practices kayaking in the Sammamish River near Bothell Landing Park.

Stephanie Dossett and Madeline Nguyen

April 16, 2019

Senior kayaks competitively by Madeline Nguyen Once the buzzer sounds, the kayakers take off. Olympic gold medalist Greg Barton passes senior Jupiter Grant on the first stroke and, within 10 seconds, was a boat length ahead. At the 2017 Ted Houk Regatta, which is a large kayak and canoe race in S...

English Language program grows and gains resources

Freshman Sheiladay Arante works on a project on a computer in the library during her third period EL class. There are currently over one hundred students in the program with varying English-speaking abilities.

Cami Brix and Evelyn Yang

April 15, 2019

EL program offers academic support for students by Evelyn Yang Among the many academic programs at Inglemoor — International Baccalaureate, Advanced Placement, Running Start and more — is another lesser-known pathway with barely over one hundred students: the English Learners (EL) program. The EL pr...

Embracing Identities

For a lot of students, it is difficult for them to stay in touch with their cultural background and where they come from. So what does it mean to embrace one's identity?

Aditi Jain and Minita Layal

April 13, 2019

Cienne Bronson by Aditi Jain Adopted by caucasian parents at 15 months from China, senior Cienne Bronson has grown up with American culture her entire life. She said she struggles with discovering who she is and how it relates to being Chinese in America.   “You have two different identities:...

A healthy life is a basic right

Widespread vaccination is crucial to the protection of those more susceptible in our society.

Stephanie Dossett and Miles Gelatt

April 12, 2019

Everyone has a basic right to live in a healthy environment, and those who refuse to get vaccines do not show consideration of those rights, or the health and well-being of the people around them. Disease outbreaks are one of the largest health problems facing us today. But when an outbreak does...

Inglemoor ensembles strike gold in San Francisco

Wind Ensemble performs on April 8 in the Louise M. Davies Symphony Hall. Along with the Chamber Orchestra, they were selected for an encore.

Janick Gold, Reporter

April 10, 2019

Nearly 100 band and orchestra students traveled to San Francisco for the April 8 Festival of Gold, where the nation’s most-accomplished ensembles performed in the Louise M. Davies Symphony Hall. Three Inglemoor ensembles took part across two instrumental categories. Conductor Charles Fix led the C...

Seattle underground music

Austin Anderson, from the indie-rock band Slow Hollows, performs a solo set at the Vera Project. The band, originating in LA, is set to perform at Coachella, and is currently on tour.

Jocelyn Ayenew, Reporter

April 8, 2019

Diving into Seattle’s music scene can be intimidating considering the city has a long history full of many talented and experimental artists, from the grunge-era to the jazz culture and the more recent underground hip-hop scene. Trying to find smaller, DIY (Do-it-Yourself) shows in Seattle can seem imposs...

Baseball fights for top spot in KingCo

Senior Sean Mulcare stands at the plate against Woodinville on April 1st. The Vikings went on to win 5-0, the sixth win in a string of eight straight.

Caden Frank, Sports Editor

April 7, 2019

Coming off a remarkable run to state in 2018, which included the first KingCo title since 2001, head coach Craig Bishop has high expectations moving forward. “Our goal this year is to get back to state and frankly, my personal goal is to win a game at state because Inglemoor baseball has not eve...

Softball coasts into 2019 playoffs

Pitcher Taylor Waara fires a pitch across the plate against the Woodinville Falcons. The girls lost a low scoring game, falling to the Falcons 2-1 on April 1st.

Sam Goetze, Photo Editor

April 6, 2019

As the season has progressed, “Always compete” has become the softball team’s motto for the 2019 season. The Vikings have consistently competed at a very high level, as proven by their record so far. Despite a 7-3 loss to Jackson on March 13 at the start of the season, the Vikings recovered ...

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