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Slideshow: Vikings claim first win against Meadowdale

Slideshow: Vikings claim first win against Meadowdale

Ryan Brownell and Oliver Hopcroft

September 1, 2018

On Aug. 30 at Pop Keeney Stadium, the Vikings overcame past losses and won the first football game of the season 29-28 against the Meadowdale Mavericks. See some highlights of the game by clicking through the slideshow.

Own goal vaults Sounders above the red line on the race for playoff contention

Own goal vaults Sounders above the red line on the race for playoff contention

Monserrat Villaseñor, Reporter

August 28, 2018

Note from the reporter: New to the Nordic staff, I will be a senior this upcoming year. A little bit about me is that I am an ultimate soccer nerd (or fútbol as I prefer to call it). Inspired by my love of the sport, this is the recap of arguably the largest rivalry match in the Pacific Northwest, a C...

Band prepares to march into a new season

Band prepares to march into a new season

Shannon Hong, Web Editor-in-Chief

August 20, 2018

Whether the event is a spirit assembly or a halftime show at a football game, marching band strives to give a dynamic performance that gets spectators on their feet. However, marching in perfect sync, playing music from memory and performing as a large unit doesn’t come without preparation. Band council...

New parking policy comes to Inglemoor

New parking policy comes to Inglemoor

Rachel Lawson, Managing/News Editor

August 19, 2018

Contrary to last year’s parking policy of 'first come first serve', this upcoming school year will mark the beginning of a new parking system. Developed under campus supervisor Ric Calhoun, this new system will enable students to select personal parking spaces to use throughout the year. Senior park...

Two bees or not two bees?

Two bees or not two bees?

Rachel Lawson and Olivia Sasson

August 16, 2018

Despite anyone’s personal opinions on bees, there is no doubt that their hard pollination work is the basis of a vast majority of our nutritional needs. One-third of every bite of food eaten is dependent on pollinators, Greenpeace says, with bees making up 80% of the pollination process that ensure...

Exploring our Viking side

Exploring our Viking side

Cami Brix, Print Co-Editor-in-Chief

August 13, 2018

“Abiding respect for nature, openness to new ideas, and devotion to social justice.”  Though these values may be iconic to Seattle, the Nordic Museum attributes them to the Nordic people as well as the Nordic immigrants who significantly shaped our community. The Nordic Museum pays tribute to...

Applying some Cheek to college

Applying some Cheek to college

Rachel Lawson, Olivia Sasson, and Audri Saulters

August 6, 2018

Ahh, early onset senioritis is in the air, and it’s making your motivation to start college apps plummet into the abyss of Netflix and Cheeto fingers. No need to worry, because Cheeky has curated a special guide, a 100% proven guarantee*, to get you into the college of your dreams. Where to apply The facto...

Top ten Netflix shows to binge watch

Top ten Netflix shows to binge watch

Evelyn Yang, Opinion Editor

August 2, 2018

1. Sherlock Minutes per episode: 85-90   Number of episodes: 13 When he crosses paths with eccentric detective Sherlock Holmes (Benedict Cumberbatch), war veteran John Watson (Martin Freeman) is brought back onto the battlefield – but this time, to face the elaborate salient of crime. In this ser...

Enjoyable summer activities await every type of student

Enjoyable summer activities await every type of student

Sam Goetze, Photo Editor

July 30, 2018

Throughout the school year, students look forward to summer break when they will be able to relax and hang out in the sun. However, within the first month of summer, they exhaust the usual outdoor activities of swimming at a beach or having a picnic in a park. Unknowingly to many, there are numerous eve...

Girl’s tennis sends freshman singles player to compete at state and beyond

Girl’s tennis sends freshman singles player to compete at state and beyond

Evelyn Yang, Opinion Editor

July 16, 2018

In May, freshman Brooke Demerath placed fifth in 4A singles at the WIAA State Tennis Championships, the first girl to represent Inglemoor girl’s tennis at the state level since her older sister Sabrina Demerath in 2012. Demerath qualified for state after placing second at the district level. She was also name...

Conversation around musical “Anything Goes”

Conversation around musical “Anything Goes”

Olivia Sasson, A&E Editor

June 30, 2018

Last month, the Valhalla Players put on a production of the 1930s musical “Anything Goes”, and both the orchestra and many supporting actors have been nominated by the 5th Avenue awards for outstanding performances and honorable mentions in the play. Along with this acclaim, the show received s...

Baseball wins KingCo for the first time in 17 years

Baseball wins KingCo for the first time in 17 years

Caden Frank, Reporter

May 18, 2018

When the Vikings slipped into the final slot of the KingCo playoffs, they had already reached the goal they set at the beginning of the year. Despite reaching their goal, senior Brandon Fothergill said there was still an urgency in him, knowing this was his last year performing in front of his friends, an...

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