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  • Congratulations to Jadie Hwang for placing 2nd in the WSPTA Relections in Literature!
  • Congratulations to the Inglemoor Crew Women’s 4+ boat for winning 5th at the US Rowing Youth National Championships!
  • Good luck to Jackie Jones, Maggie Cowan, Paige Stewart and Lauren Vesely who are competing at the Nike Outdoor Nationals from June 14-15 at the University of Oregon’s Hayward Field!
  • Congratulations to National Merit Scholarship Recipient Senior Bennett Ye!
  • Congratulations to senior Ava Espiritu who won the League of Women Voters’s video contest!
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Editorial: Dogpiling celebrity hate

Nordic News Staff Mar 21, 2023

Celebrities are constantly under public scrutiny, leaving them open to harmful comments and public harassment. Dogpiling celebrity hate occurs when viewers gang up on celebrities through critical or abusive...

Editorial: Ethics of military recruitment

Editorial: Ethics of military recruitment

Nordic News Staff Jan 16, 2023

As graduation draws closer, high school seniors across the country are faced with the daunting task of deciding what they’ll do next. While many will go on to college or the workforce, others may join...

Students need to graduate high school with a comprehensive education that will prepare them to be healthy for the rest of their lives. 

Editorial: Flaws in the health curriculum

Nordic News Staff Nov 13, 2022

Inglemoor’s health curriculum covers a wide variety of topics: health foundations, sex education, nutrition, mental health, alcohol, drugs, tobacco, vaping, self-esteem and stress. But the curriculum...

It is our firm belief that our primary job as student reporters and editors is to highlight the students, families, staff and administrators who shape and lead our school.

Editorial: Northshore School District vs. Free Speech

Mar 22, 2022

We try not to write about ourselves in this newspaper. It is our firm belief that our primary job as student reporters and editors is to highlight the students, families, staff and administrators who shape...

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 Jun 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...

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...

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 Mar 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...

“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

Feb 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....

Paying exposed or symptonic workers to self-quarantine should be a fundamental component of the United State’s COVID-19 response. Art by Sofia Leotta.

Editorial: Potentially-contagious workers should be paid to stay home

Sofia Leotta and Tyler Vuu Dec 10, 2020

With the U.S. slowly approaching 15 million cases in early December, the country’s response to the pandemic has been closely followed by the public eye. Essential workers are at the center of relief...

Though social media activism has its benefits, activism must extend beyond social media content in order to make a real impact. Art by Jackie Su.

Instagram advocacy needs a more direct approach

Jackie Su and Sofia Leotta Nov 28, 2020

With the civil unrest that our country has been facing, social media activism, primarily on Instagram, has emerged as an accessible tool to help inform people of important issues in our world.  Instagram...

Standardized testing is simply another barrier for students to scale in their journey to higher education.  Art by Margaret He.

Editorial: Test-optional is the only option

Margaret He, Co-Editor-in-Chief Oct 7, 2020

On Sept. 1, a judge in California ordered that the University of California system discontinue use of standardized testing in admissions this fall; in other words, UC schools will not accept test scores...

Stimulus checks provide a band-aid solution to larger problem

Stimulus checks provide a band-aid solution to larger problem

Margaret He, Co-Editor-in-Chief May 11, 2020

On March 5, an op-ed calling for a government stimulus package of $350 million and stimulus checks of $1,000 to most Americans was published in the Wall Street Journal. As businesses, schools and public...

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