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After years of teaching, Inglemoor staff shares their favorite memories and words of wisdom.

Teacher feature

Tammi Tran and Hope Rasa June 16, 2021

Stratton: After a 29-year-long career teaching English and history, Barbara Stratton is retiring. She is looking forward to the free time she’ll have once she leaves. “I’m looking forward...

After an eventful couple of years on Nordic, seniors Margaret He, Rory Knettles and Minita Layal say their final goodbyes. 

Editor goodbyes

Margaret He, Rory Knettles, and Minita Layal June 12, 2021

Margaret He:  Room 122 is a special place. It’s where I learned how to interview and how to write a feature. It’s the room where I learned the wonders of InDesign, Photoshop, and Illustrator, the...

The school district hopes that school sports can restart for the winter season, if covid cases drop. Photo by Nathan Guest

Update on Sports: What to expect and how students are preparing

Nathan Guest, Sports Editor October 9, 2020

As students are starting to get comfortable with doing school virtually, the COVID-19 pandemic continues to make all decisions up in the air. With the hope that the cases will continue to drop, the school...

Print issue four

Print issue four

April 4, 2020

The boys varsity team huddles to listen to Coach Greg Lowell halfway into the game. The team beat Juanita 67-46 on Saturday, Dec. 7. Photo by Caden Pavlovski

Boys Basketball team strives for success

With an excellent track record last year of 18 wins to seven losses overall and ten wins to three losses in their league, the boys basketball team is naturally expected to keep improving their team from the year before, setting the bar as high as possible.
Caden Pavlovski, Reporter December 20, 2019

With an excellent track record last year of 18 wins to seven losses overall and ten wins to three losses in their league, the boys basketball team is naturally expected to keep improving their team...

Fall haul for your shelf

Fall haul for your shelf

The fall season is upon us! What better way to adapt to the November sweater weather than curling up with a good book.
Tam Tran, Reporter November 22, 2019

  Colleen Hoover’s tear-jerking romance, “It Ends With Us” addresses what it’s like to fall in love with the scars of your past and push past the tribulations of your present.   Aspiring...

New teachers, new faces

New teachers, new faces

Minita Layal, Cathy Zhao , and Divya Akkiraju October 25, 2019

Marita White Former Inglemoor student Marita White has returned this year as a teacher. White, who graduated from Inglemoor in 2011, now teaches Pre-IB English and IB Language and Literature. White’s...

Over the years, students have found ways to make prom, often considered a highlight of senior year, unique to them.

Hannah Wiggins: thrifted vintage dream

Olivia Sasson, A&E Editor May 17, 2019

From matching pocket squares to corsages, prom fashion can seem pretty set in stone, but senior Hannah Wiggins doesn’t see it that way. Wiggins said she has always been interested in fashion and wanted...

Over the years, students have found ways to make prom, often considered a highlight of senior year, unique to them.

Anna Forysiak: prom in the past

Evelyn Yang, Opinion Editor May 17, 2019

Physics teacher Anna Forysiak’s prom night included dinner, dancing and a crazy bus driver. She and her date went to the Mercer Island High School prom in 2011 with a group of sixty friends. “My...

Over the years, students have found ways to make prom, often considered a highlight of senior year, unique to them.

Hunter Essex: masculinity and femininity

Shannon Hong, Web Editor-in-Chief May 17, 2019

This Saturday, in a sea of dresses and suits, senior Hunter Essex will be entering prom with an outfit that explores both sides. By going for something less traditional, Essex said he hopes to combat both...

Many students aren’t getting enough sleep, which can affect their health and academic performance.

Why aren’t we sleeping?

Stephanie Dossett, Reporter March 7, 2019

For children, sleep means bedtime stories, grandma’s quilt and snuggling up with their teddy. For high school students, sleep is the unattainable bliss — the holy grail carefully hidden beyond the...

Many students aren’t getting enough sleep, which can affect their health and academic performance.

Sleep deprivation takes its toll

Sonya Sheptunov, Reporter March 6, 2019

For many students, a significant loss of sleep can have serious repercussions beyond just nodding off in class. While getting rest is important, school nurse Carol Ward said there are more to the symptoms...

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