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Impressive Arsenal tightens the gap in the race for the top four after defeating Chelsea

Alexandre Lacazette celebrates first goal of the game with teammates Granit Xhaka (left) and Aaron Ramsey (right) in the 14th minute.

Monserrat Villaseñor, Reporter

January 19, 2019

Arsenal 2-0 Chelsea LONDON — Goals from Alexandre Lacazette and Laurent Koscielny sealed Arsenal’s needed victory over rivals Chelsea F.C. this Saturday at the Emirates Stadium. This was the second face-off between the London based rivals this season, where Chelsea defeated Arsenal 3-2 in Aug...

“Pride and Prejudice” comes to the Little Theater

Sophomore Daisy Held and junior Sam Trott link arms in full costume as Elizabeth Bennet and Mr. William Darcy, respectively.

Stephanie Dossett and Minita Layal

January 17, 2019

The latest production by the Valhalla Players is an adaptation of Jane Austen’s “Pride and Prejudice” that will open on Friday, Jan. 18. Senior Emily Bass, one of the two student directors, describes the show as “a very dynamic love story with a hint of comedy and splash of drama.” As told by ...

Students motivated to succeed after TSA regionals

Regionals provided students with an opportunity to figure out what they need to work on.

Olivia Oomen, Reporter

January 17, 2019

The Regional TSA Competition was co-hosted by Inglemoor and Tesla STEM High School on Jan. 12 at Inglemoor. All Inglemoor students who competed will have the opportunity to advance to the state competition or join another team. Although regionals didn’t permanently eliminate TSA members from competing at...

Science Olympiad places second and ninth at Invitational

The Valhalla Team pose with their trophy after the award ceremony. Only the top three teams receive trophies. From left to right: senior Gloria Shi, junior Melissa Mitchell, freshman Harshini Iyer, freshman Ryan Nelson, junior Christopher Lee, senior Tom Mikolyuk, junior Karen Haining, sophomore Ashi Jain, senior Anna Weaver, senior Sandy Cheng, sophomore Nandira Mahmud and junior Conor Bartol. Not pictured: Kevin Shi.

Evelynn Li and Madeline Nguyen

January 16, 2019

On Jan. 12, Inglemoor sent two teams to Curtis Junior High School to compete at the Science Olympiad Invitational Competition. Of the twenty high school teams that competed, Inglemoor’s Valhalla Team placed second and Black Team placed ninth. Although the Invitational doesn’t place the teams at an advant...

DECA starts competition season strong, despite smaller numbers

Students hold up the DECA symbol at Meydenbauer Center.

Shannon Hong and Evelyn Yang

January 13, 2019

The DECA Area 3 Competition took place on Jan. 10 at Meydenbauer Center in Bellevue. Out of approximately 90 competitors from Inglemoor, 44 students* qualified for the State Career Development Conference (SCDC) in March. Among the qualifiers is senior and Inglemoor DECA President Brian Xie, who p...

Lunch staff introduces new key members

General manager Michele Bergley stands in front of the new chip racks in the back of the cafeteria room.

Minita Layal and Monserrat Villaseñor

January 2, 2019

When students walk into the cafeteria, they are greeted with a new variety of items, ranging from the colorful Dippin' Dots to healthy yogurt and fruit parfait cups. This year, members of the lunch staff said they aimed to completely change the environment of the kitchen as well as produce a healthier...

Equity in school tech

Equity in school tech

Rachel Lawson, Managing/News Editor

December 30, 2018

According to the National Center for Education Statistics, 93 percent of households in Washington own a computer (including a smartphone), and 87 percent have access to the internet. This may seem like a satisfactory number, but keep in mind that 7 percent of Washington households is 198,000 households, m...

Boys basketball roster shows early promise

Senior Calvin McDaniel takes it to the basket for the score against Lynwood. The Vikings went on to win 52-37 pushing them to 3-0.

Caden Frank, Sports Editor

December 27, 2018

As the 2018 season continues to unfold, boys basketball will be seeking improvement after last season’s 3-17 debacle.   The roster is young, carrying only two seniors this season, and senior Calvin McDaniel said he feels responsible to step into a big role on the team. McDaniel said he feels like it is his role to be a leader ...

A Holiday Review

A Holiday Review

Jocelyn Ayenew and Sam Goetze

December 25, 2018

A Charlie Brown Christmas by Sam Goetze "A Charlie Brown Christmas," directed by Bill Melendez, is the ultimate holiday movie classic that embodies the true meaning of Christmas. The heartwarming and comedic story is told through simple cartoons and composer Vince Guaraldi's lively jazz music. A...

New schedule impacts club culture

There is a total of 47 active clubs this year, ranging from arts to business to engineering to cultural meeting groups.

Kaitlin Angeles, Reporter

December 23, 2018

At the start of this school year, administration and ASB implemented three club-related policies, one of which was switching to a Black and Gold club schedule (all policies are explained in the article, “Administration and ASB roll out three new club policies”). This schedule allows clubs to only meet on Mondays every other week...

Wrestling grows in size and spirit

JV wrestler and freshman Xander Alston pins his opponent at a meet with Issaquah on Dec. 6. Alston won this match, but ultimately Inglemoor lost the meet, leaving their standing at 0-2.

Oliver Hopcroft, Co-Editor-in-Chief

December 21, 2018

A year ago, the wrestling team had 12 members. This year, they have more than doubled in size. Under coach David Muszynski, who also coaches at Northshore Middle School, the team has shot up in size. "I brought up a lot of freshmen from the middle school. It's going to be a struggle for the first ye...

Student jewelry company spreads awareness

Kendyl Santiago and Cynthia Tan hold up the rings they make for SolClarity.

Shannon Hong and Olivia Sasson

December 18, 2018

Based on Google’s policy, where employees devote 20 percent of their time to side projects, the 20% Project encourages students to dedicate their time to a cause that benefits their community. When they were assigned to do this project in their history class this year, juniors Kendyl Santiago and Cyn...

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