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A lonely Valentine’s playlist

A lonely Valentine’s playlist

February 14, 2018

Curated by Kyle Bender

Considering self-love

Considering self-love

Audri Saulters and Sophie Bourgoin

February 13, 2018

Pink hearts, cards in the mail and fellow students making out in every corner; the Valentine’s Day season has yet again inspired the outcry of its usual hopeless romantics and cynical singles. Modern Valentine’s day is centered entirely around the idea of romance and expressions of love targeted t...

Awesome Possum Podcast Ep. 1: “This Old Dog”

Awesome Possum Podcast Ep. 1: “This Old Dog”

Kyle Bender and Christian Barlow

February 5, 2018

Hello! We, Christian and Kyle, are excited to announce the inaugural episode of our podcast, the Awesome Super Old Music Podcast of Old Super Awesome Music or ASOMPOSAM (pronounced “Awesome Possum,” of course). We don't always review old music, but we do think possums are pretty cool. In this first ...

Classroom turns courtroom for weeklong mock trial

Classroom turns courtroom for weeklong mock trial

Kaylea Agate, Reporter

February 1, 2018

The gavel raps sharply against the desk and the judges take their seats, signaling that court is now in session. A witness is called and takes the stand after being sworn in by the bailiff, and an attorney approaches to begin questioning. In room 913, the Pullman Trial is in full swing. From Jan...

“The Egg and I” in review

“The Egg and I” in review

Maya Holt, Web Editor-in-Chief

January 19, 2018

The Valhalla players’ performance of “The Egg and I” centers on the theme of making the most of things — both for the characters and the actors who play them. The main characters, Betty MacDonald in particular (senior Katie Orr), are making the best of their situation as novice chicken farmers. The...

DECA claims 98 trophies at area competition

DECA claims 98 trophies at area competition

Surya Hendry, Co-Editor-in-Chief

January 18, 2018

On Jan. 5, Inglemoor DECA was a strong competitor at the area competition, with 98 of the 161 competitors advancing to the state level. This was despite the 2017-18 school year being a year of extreme change for the chapter. For the first time, freshmen were in the DECA program, and a new adviser, ...

“Star Wars: The Last Jedi” review

“Star Wars: The Last Jedi” review

Megan Munson, Co-editor-in-chief

January 10, 2018

From the first notes of the age-old theme song, “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” sent long-time fans’ hearts fluttering. With every release, the Star Wars franchise is held to a high standard by generations of viewers. “The Last Jedi” lived up to this standard; its combination of old and new cha...

Board games for a rainy day

Board games for a rainy day

Kaylea Agate, Reporter

January 1, 2018

“Codenames” “Codenames” is an innovative new spy-themed game that’s sure to be a hit. Using an answer key that relates to the grid of cards arrayed on the table, one team member gives clues to help their teammates identify which of the cards (each containing a code name) belong to their tea...

“The Thrill of It All” review

“The Thrill of It All” review

Brian Xie, Reporter

December 29, 2017

With his previous album “In the Lonely Hour” selling over six million units worldwide and winning four Grammys, it’s no surprise that singer-songwriter Sam Smith returned with powerful vocal strength in his 2017 album “The Thrill of It All.” Smith, known for his haunting ballads center...

Twelve days of cheeky QUIZ

Twelve days of cheeky QUIZ

December 22, 2017

Art by Rachel Lawson  ...

Protect the future of the internet with net neutrality

Protect the future of the internet with net neutrality

Oliver Hopcroft, Opinion Editor

December 13, 2017

On Dec. 14, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) will vote on a proposal by the Chairman, Ajit Pai, that would remove restrictions requiring internet service providers to treat all web content equally. If passed, this proposal will not only be dangerous for free speech, but harmful to every co...

Designer clothes and the death of individuality

Designer clothes and the death of individuality

Christian Barlow, Sports Editor

December 10, 2017

In the fall and winter of 2015, countless videos went viral depicting thousands of people waiting in line for 10 hours outside department stores for a crowbar that the New York skate clothing line Supreme released. The only thing setting this product apart from other crowbars was the company name embl...

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