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  • Good luck on the PSAT!
  • ASB blood drive is November 1
  • Macbeth debuts November 1 in the Little Theater
  • PSAT is Wednesday, October 16
  • ASB begins Breaking Down The Walls next week

ASH takes the stands to promote Viking connectivity

ASH takes the stands to promote Viking connectivity

Rory Knettles, Reporter

October 31, 2019

At the front of the student section at every football game, this group is impossible to miss, decked out from head to toe in Inglemoor gear—usually cheering the loudest. Peter Hansen, Evan Suarez, Zack Nguyen and Garrett Oremus are a part of the Associated Student Hype (ASH). The group is not affiliated with In...

Students find new ways to have fun on Halloween

Students find new ways to have fun on Halloween

Rory Knettles, Reporter

October 31, 2019

High school students have varying Halloween traditions but many have roots in the same childhood fascination with the holiday. Students’ early traditions are created by their parents but later on, traditions develop into something they can enjoy with their friends.    Junior Alicia Jurado celebrates Día de los ...

Inglemoor students take to the stage in Macbeth

Inglemoor students take to the stage in Macbeth

Gloria Shen, Reporter

October 25, 2019

Since June of 2018, something special has been brewing in the Little Theater: the drama department’s fall play, “Macbeth.” However, there is a twist in this version of the traditional play about the power struggles of Scotland. “So obviously, Macbeth is the classic Shakespeare story about...

Cooper Laird works hard for his top rank

Cooper Laird works hard for his top rank

Divya Akkiraju, Reporter

October 25, 2019

As a district and statewide champion, senior captain Cooper Laird’s accomplishments in cross country make him a central and widely-known member of the cross country team. “He’s obviously a fast runner. That’s what everyone knows him for. And he’s been the fastest runner forever,” said...

Freshmen comment on the adjustment to high school

Freshmen comment on the adjustment to high school

Minita Layal and Gabe Kramer

October 25, 2019

The transition from middle school to high school includes more difficult classes, worrying about college and increased class time. All these changes can be a lot to take in. However, some freshmen said they are enjoying the switch. Freshman Priyanka Kannan said that she prefers high school to m...

Ashley Vu creates her own opportunity

Ashley Vu creates her own opportunity

Tammi Tran, Reporter

October 25, 2019

Senior Ashley Vu brands confidence and success through her own streetwear.  Strictly Only Excellence [SOE Streetwear] was established by Ashely Vu and her cousin, Derrick Vu.  The two both share the same passion toward business and began a project together that ultimately became a priority to them. ...

Our school, our paint, our art

Our school, our paint, our art

Ella Barnard, Reporter

October 25, 2019

With encouragement from administration last spring, students began painting the poles in the walkways in order to increase the vibrancy of the campus.   “[The poles] give students more ownership of the school, to make it theirs,” Assistant Principal Shawn Rainwater said.  “[The poles] give peo...

Students reflect on cultural connection during LatinX Heritage Month

Students reflect on cultural connection during LatinX Heritage Month

Rahima Baluch, Web-Editor-in-Chief

October 15, 2019

As LatinX Heritage month comes to a close, students reflect on their connection to their roots. Finding connections to one’s cultural identity can be a difficult task — but Senior Vanessa Morales and Sophomore Jimena Alarcon find ways to be involved with their culture both in and out of school.  Upo...

Editors say their final goodbyes

Editors say their final goodbyes

Cami Brix, Shannon Hong, and Oliver Hopcroft

June 13, 2019

Oliver Hopcroft When each issue arrives, I love the smell of ink and the feeling of fresh newsprint as I pick up a paper. Each time, I’m reminded of how proud I am of our staff and how much everybody has grown. This issue will be the nineteenth time I go through this ritual -- and the last. While it’...

Making prom night your own

Making prom night your own

Shannon Hong, Olivia Sasson, and Evelyn Yang

May 17, 2019

From outfits to activities, prom night is filled with customs and traditions. For some, this creates an exciting opportunity to defy expectations and stand out. Here’s the story of one teacher’s prom experience and how two seniors are making this year’s masquerade-themed prom their own....

LGBT+ visibility at risk

LGBT+ visibility at risk

Carina Bixby and Kayla Kapralova

May 15, 2019

Pride advocates face backlash by Carina Bixby In a room filled to capacity, students, staff and community members gathered at the Northshore School Board Meeting on Monday, May 13 to voice their concerns surrounding two groups within the district, each with a different view on how the LGBT+ community...

Senior takes eco-friendly action from home

Senior takes eco-friendly action from home

Nicole Turtle, Copy Editor

May 12, 2019

As the nation begins to accept environmental problems as a burgeoning crisis, senior Quinn Rector changes her own daily habits in favor of more eco-friendly actions. “I think it’s a very important issue in the world right now, but it hasn’t gained a lot of traction yet in the United States,...

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