Girls soccer strives for KingCo championship

A new leadership board gives the team a new advantage against opposing teams. Sophomore Nicole VanEnglen maneuvers the ball away from the Inglemoor goal, maintaining the 1-1 tie with Juanita. Inglemoor girls’ soccer went on to win 1-0 against Newport. Sophomore Nicole VanEnglen maneuvers the ball away from the Inglemoor goal, maintaining the 1-1 tie with Juanita. Inglemoor girls’ soccer went on to win 1-0 against Newport. Hang on for a minute...we're trying to find some more stories you might

Senior statistics steer with driving trend

Hang on for a minute...we're trying to find some more stories you might like. Close Email This Story Send email to this address Enter Your Name Add a comment here Verification Send Email Cancel Every weekday afternoon, the final bell releases several hundred students. Most of the upperclassmen head straight to their cars, rev up their engines and carefully navigate their way out the parking lot. Then there’s Hae Choe, a senior who waits everyday for her mom to pick her up. Choe is one of a g

Vaccinations should be required by law

Hang on for a minute...we're trying to find some more stories you might like. Close It should be common knowledge that vaccines are necessary to keep our community safe. However, in 2015, the state of Washington had a vaccination rate of 77.1 percent, giving the state one of the lowest vaccination rates in the nation. As a community, lawmakers and voters have given individual parents too much leeway, endangering the community. The only way to remedy this would be government-mandated inoculation

Barbara Hillman bids Vikings farewell

After nearly three decades, Office Manager Barbara Hillman reflects on her time at Inglemoor. Surrounded by years’ worth of memorabilia, thank you letters and cards from previous students, Hillman recalls the many memories she has shared with the Viking community. Surrounded by years’ worth of memorabilia, thank you letters and cards from previous students, Hillman recalls the many memories she has shared with the Viking community. Hang on for a minute...we're trying to find some more stories

Junior Bella Hedly’s Delicious Dairy Free bakery caters to all dietary needs

Junior Bella Hedly currently owns and operates Delicious Dairy Free, a bakery she founded when she was 14 years old. Her favorite treat to bake is chocolate chip cookies. “People say that they’re the best in the world,” Hedly said. Junior Bella Hedly currently owns and operates Delicious Dairy Free, a bakery she founded when she was 14 years old. Her favorite treat to bake is chocolate chip cookies. “People say that they’re the best in the world,” Hedly said. Hang on for a minute...we're tryin

Spooky podcast roundup

Limetown could have been the perfect creepy mystery. Created by Two-Up Productions and produced by Skip Bronkie, it became the number one podcast on iTunes only two months after its debut in 2015. In some ways, it isn’t hard to see why. The premise is captivating: every man, woman and child has suddenly disappeared from the enormous and secretive Limetown research facility.  Annie-Sage Whitehurst masterfully voices an investigative reporter as she relays the mysteries surrounding the research fa

DECA claims 98 trophies at area competition

DECA members display diamond figures, mimicking the international organization’s blue logo. From left to right: Andrew Jumanca, Tejas Raj, Angela Clemens, Kathryn Hill and Aleksandra Swietek. All five of these competitors qualified for the statewide competition, taking place March 1-3 in Bellevue. DECA members display diamond figures, mimicking the international organization’s blue logo. From left to right: Andrew Jumanca, Tejas Raj, Angela Clemens, Kathryn Hill and Aleksandra Swietek. All five

A filtered perspective

Junior Hannah Wiggins maintains an unconventional Instagram presence. Her posts include anything from cutouts of her own face set against mountain landscapes to close-ups of a chicken with bright pink feathers. “I take a ton of pictures all the time,” Wiggins said. “It’s just things I made, ideas that go through my head.” However, Wiggins isn’t totally comfortable with the platform–and according to a poll of 87 Inglemoor students, neither do many of her peers. 16 percent of Inglemoor students
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