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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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Concealer, lipstick, mascara, moisturizer, face wash, pore strips, etc.: the endless beauty product shopping list.

Complications of cosmetic consumerism

Expectations surpassing reality In a survey of 117 students, 72.7% of Inglemoor students said they use skincare products at least once a day, and 28.2% wear makeup every day. This information follows...

Learning about fast fashion, its impacts and its alternatives is one of the best things young people can do to make themselves more green and ethical consumers.

Fast fashion

Social Media Trends and Brand Deals Fast fashion is a term used to describe the production of inexpensive clothing made to mirror recent trends. Fast fashion rapidly falls in and out of style and is made...

In an area where public transportation is often an inefficient and time-consuming option, increasing equity for teen drivers is crucial to open the doors to opportunities for all students.

Drivers inequity: The cost of getting behind the wheel

Alissa Lau (she/they), Social Media Editor Nov 16, 2022

Driver’s licenses are the key to increased independence and mobility, especially for students who have responsibilities that require personal transportation. Although obtaining a driver’s license is...

The school bathrooms are a terrible sight to behold.

The state of school bathrooms: Flushed expectations

"I think the toilet has leprosy because it's losing all its skin."-Jeff Storms
Adam Levine and y/n 4EVA!!!

Loving Levine: A story of romance

I woke up at 8 a.m. for school. I was so tired. I hate school, but I just love reading because I’m a nerd. I’m just not like any of the other girls who like pink and dresses. I threw my chocolate brown...

The teachers lounge in all its glory

Cheeky I-SEE

Welcome to the teachers lounge! A haven for teachers to relax after having their sanity eroded by obnoxious children. Only teachers are allowed to visit this magical place, but we here at Cheeky have infiltrated...

 “Once you read this article, go check in on your friends and just say, ‘How are you doing?’ ‘Have you seen any of this?’ ‘Have you experienced any of this?’” - Marita White.

Breaking the silence: Teen Dating Violence

Defining Teen Dating Violence In a recent Nordic News student survey regarding Intimate Partner Violence, also known as Domestic Violence, 14.4% of 94 respondents said they are survivors of emotional...

Former graduates to graduates to be

Former graduates to graduates to be

Arushi Sharma and Miriam Miller-Friday Aug 26, 2022

To the class of 2022 While growing up, Dr. Tom Carter, an Inglemoor alumnus from the Class of 1967, was upset with the prevalence of bigotry and the ignorance of people regarding history. He used this...

A map of the US (and Wales) indicating where different members of the class of 2023 are attending college

Royal au revoirs: Senior college map

Mya Vo, Miriam Miller-Friday, and Jana Dimikj Aug 14, 2022

Arizona Arizona State University Quitin Ballweber Olivia Levy Grand Canyon University Jessica Lundberg Kirsten Mackey Jason Murphey Sofia Pequignot Brandon Sheneman University of Arizona Julia...

Decorative graphic of a book wearing a graduation cap rested on a table

Seniors save with stupendous scholarships

Preethika Makineni, Reporter Aug 12, 2022

This year, the Class of 2022 received well over $1.2 million in scholarships and merit aid to cut down the cost of their college education. Some received merit aid that will cover the full cost of attendance,...

Community members gathered at Kenmore City Hall on June 5 for a Rally to end gun violence,

Kenmore rallies against gun violence

Kellen Hoard, Co-Editor-in-Chief Jun 28, 2022

Dozens of elected officials, gun control advocates, Inglemoor students and citizens of Kenmore filled the city council chamber of Kenmore City Hall on June 5 for a “Rally to End Gun Violence,” organized...

Binglemoor bingo!

Binglemoor bingo!

Jana Dimikj and Violet Brose Jun 21, 2022

For the pdf version, click here!

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