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Impostor syndrome steals students’ confidence

Impostor syndrome steals students’ confidence

Imposter syndrome is a psychological health phenomenon that causes individuals to question their own skills, intellect and success, according to the National Library of Health Medicine. People experiencing...

Beeman performing aerial silks in the 2023 SANCA Annual Showcase Spectacular. Photo courtesy of Allie Beeman

Students showcase shining passions

Klaira Zhang (she/her), Co-Editor-in-Chief, Co-Business Manager May 20, 2024

Last summer, sophomore Allie Beeman (she/her) toured with the Strata Circus, the biggest youth circus in the United States. She was inspired to start performing in the circus by her mom, a past...

Teens de-BAE-te the dating scene

Teens de-BAE-te the dating scene

Xien Huang (she/her) and Alan Wu (he/him) May 13, 2024

For many, high school is a place to have first experiences, relationships being one of them. Being full of people still discovering their identity, some have felt that trying to find love in a developing...

Students recover from COVID learning gaps

Students recover from COVID learning gaps

COVID-19 significantly hurt students academically, causing less content to be covered in classes. Spanish teacher Rebecca Lewis (she/her) said that she had to cut extreme amounts of content in the curriculum...

District battles budget cuts

District battles budget cuts

In planning for the 2024-25 school year, NSD is making budget cuts to accommodate a remarkable $26 million budget deficit. This is partially due to Washington’s continued underfunding of public education....

Student Narrative: Langley Foster

Student Narrative: Langley Foster

May 2, 2024

There’s something to be said for pulling yourself out of your comfort zone, but I had no idea that I would be pulled 2,000 miles away from it. After moving twice in three years — from Colorado Springs...

Republican teens confront their political minority status

Republican teens confront their political minority status

Growing up in a conservative Catholic home had a big influence on junior Will Moore’s (he/him) political beliefs. He spent nine years at a Catholic school and said it was an environment that enforced...

Students reflect on religious beliefs

Students reflect on religious beliefs

Regardless of specific beliefs, each religion is capable of providing a space to belong. Whether it is a religious camp, a youth group or a place of worship, religion is linked to community, personal identity...

Students gather in clusters during passing period in the Sherwood’s Forest hallway on Mar. 7. “I like seeing my friends in the hallway because they always make me laugh,” junior Amalia Harb said.

Overcoming cliques with common experiences

In a recent Nordic News survey of 62 students, over 90% believe the school has cliques. Despite the often negative connotation behind the word “clique,” some students think that cliques bring together...

Food for thought: Accommodating dietary restrictions

Food for thought: Accommodating dietary restrictions

To ensure that students with dietary restrictions can buy school lunch, Inglemoor provides students with online forms to request dietary accommodations for milk substitution or nut-free or other food....

Unpacking the immigrant experience

Unpacking the immigrant experience

According to the 2022 American Community Survey, around 25.6% of the King County population are immigrants. There are many factors that impact the lives of immigrants, including languages, holidays and...

Unkown risks of new nicotine product

Unkown risks of new nicotine product

Originating in Sweden, Zyn is a brand of oral nicotine pouch that is placed between the lips and gums, where nicotine is then absorbed into the bloodstream. They are sold in cans containing pouches with...

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