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The student news site of Inglemoor High School

Nordic News

The student news site of Inglemoor High School

Nordic News

It is time to step up and take responsibility for our actions; the issues of 2020 have nothing to do with the year and everything to do with us. Art by Cassidy Bixby.

Don’t blame 2020

Cassidy Bixby, Reporter June 3, 2021

It is time to step up and take responsibility for our actions; the issues of 2020 have nothing to do with the year and everything to do with us. Masks have been essential in the U.S. for almost a year...

In a survey of 41 Inglemoor students, 34 said they supported affirmative action in college admissions while 7 did not. Art by Margaret He.

Point/Counterpoint: Should affirmative action be used in college admissions?

Margaret He and Arushi Sharma May 19, 2021

Point/Counterpoint: Should affirmative action be used in college admissions? Yes, affirmative action promotes equality in a flawed system Arushi Sharma For much of America’s history, elite universities...

College mail, swarming and overwhelming students, fails to leave a lasting impact on students and, instead, negatively affects the natural world. Art by Sofia Leotta.

editorial: College mail is becoming increasingly irrelevant

Sofia Leotta, Copy Editor May 18, 2021

Paper waste is simply accepted in America. In a country where more than one billion trees worth of paper are thrown away each year, efforts must be taken to reduce usage whenever possible. This begins...

Issue 2 of Nordic News is now available to access online. Art by Hope Rasa.

Issue two now available digitally

May 10, 2021

The Nordic News staff has been working through the months of April and May to put together our second issue of the year, which is now available digitally. Please follow the link below to access the issue....

NFTs have shaken up the art world with record auction sales through the technology of blockchaining. Art by Tyler Vuu.

NFTs: Art fad or here to stay?

Tyler Vuu, Reporter May 4, 2021

NFT’s have recently taken the art world by storm, with many high profile auction sales for these digital pieces of artwork. The acronym stands for Non-Fungible Token, and the concept started off with...

Does this statue represent the achievements of incredible actors and artists, or the disrespect of countless people in the film industry?
Art by Carter Ross.

The issues regarding race, inclusivity, and respect with the Oscars

Carter Ross, Reporter May 3, 2021

Award ceremonies like The Oscars have a reputation for disregarding certain artists, minorities and different forms of film. Just recently, the 2021 Oscars award ceremony occurred on April 25 with some...

History months are a constant in our daily lives and provide a space for marginalized communities to speak about the hardships they face. Although many people become educated on relevant topics during these months, lasting changes have yet to be made. Art by Rory Knettles and Tyler Vuu

editorial: History months provide a platform for performative activism

Rory Knettles and Tyler Vuu March 23, 2021

History months are a unique celebration of the heritage and identity of marginalized communities. Each and every month is a new celebration and a new platform for these communities to tell their stories...

On March 15th, it was announced that IB exams will be cancelled for the May 2021 testing season and AP exams will be taken online. Art by Kath Shelden.

Point/Counterpoint: Should Inglemoor have made in-person IB and AP testing mandatory this year?

Minita Layal and Kath Shelden March 16, 2021

Point/Counterpoint: Should Inglemoor have made in-person IB and AP testing mandatory this year?   Yes, in-person IB and AP tests should have been mandatory this year  Kath Shelden Due to...

“How about I do it my way, you do it your way, we do what the party supporters want, and we
call it a day.” Art by Ishika Kaushik.

Editorial: Recent events reveal flaws in the bipartisan system

February 16, 2021

For the first time ever, the Confederate flag, a symbol of the Confederates who sought to establish a new nation and preserve slavery at the time of the Civil War, entered the US Capitol doors. On Jan....

Studies show that social media is one of the  largest environmental pressures for teenagers across the globe. Social media is a catalyst for eating disorders. Art by Rory Knettles.

Eating disorders in teenagers exacerbated through social media use

Rory Knettles and Tam Tran February 14, 2021

Before you proceed with this article, please be aware that the overarching theme is disordered eating. If you are sensitive to or provoked by mentions of eating disorders, we suggest that you please take...

Stan culture can be seen as both a place of obsessive toxic behavior and a digital space that builds community. Art by Link Gazey

Point/Counterpoint: Is stan culture toxic?

Link Gazey and Sofia Leotta February 13, 2021

 Is stan culture toxic? Yes, stan culture disrupts fanbases Link Gazey With the rise of social media as an increasingly-essential communication tool, a phenomenon known as stan culture is now...

My love for him, illustrated. Art by Kellen Hoard.

Yes Please, Jon Ossoff

Kellen Hoard, Opinion Editor January 26, 2021

  Author's Note: I was given quite a bit of leeway in terms of topics when I was assigned this piece by the editors, with the only instruction being that I had to write about a non-serious opinion....

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