The Viking Vanguard

Cookie Recipe and Experience

Parisara Milan, Photographer

January 10, 2020

Growing up I always would watch my mom cook and help her as much as she allowed me to.   From the first time she let me stir the pot to the first time I was taught how to use a knife; we would cook varieties of Thai food together, ranging from hot and spicy food that leave an after taste...

Managing My Time

Leo Quale, Op/Ed Editor

January 9, 2020

          Time really flies when you’re not doing your homework, especially when it’s due the next day.            I think every high schooler can relate to not having enough motivation, enough energy, enough chutzpah to get all their assignments...

My River Story

Alana Wood, Staff

January 8, 2020

The Ozark Rivers in Missouri are a perfect place to swim in the summer.  Green trees would supply comfort from the harsh elements.  Rivers that fed the scenery were always full of trout and the dragonflies that made their homes near shore would always dance along the surface.  My...

Brockhampton Concert Experience

Lana Moss, Editor-in-Chief

January 8, 2020

Pumping bass, flashing lights, screaming fans. Although I had not been a Brockhampton fan for a very long time, I was still really passionate about them. As a whole collective and as individuals they are extremely unique and all incredibly talented and creative people. With around 13 outstanding minds...

Why I Volunteer

Madison Guynup, Advertising Manager

January 8, 2020

        Volunteering gave me new perspectives, after volunteering for homeless shelters and schools I learned something new each time and it gave me new ways of thinking about my own life.         I have volunteered for the Tacoma Rescue...

Boy’s Basketball Pre-season

Ben Schumock, Print Editor

January 8, 2020

Last year the boys basketball team placed sixth in the state tournament and tied in second place with Olympia in the SPSL.  Junior Cobi Campbell led the team to a 22-9 overall record in the 2018-2019 season.  Campbell was also one of the biggest scorers last year, averaging 15.1 points...

Dreams Abroad

Katie Abegglen, Multimedia Editor

January 8, 2020

In the Puyallup School District we are taught to pick our paths early.  Maybe not pick, but at least think about it.  What do you want to be?  Where do you want to go to college?  Technical school or community college?  Career?  When I was at Carson Elementary,...

My First Job

Andi Wiegand, Staff

January 8, 2020

My entire life I have known it was inevitable that the day would come where I would have to get a job.  Trust me, I didn’t wait with baited breath.              Anticipating getting a job and applying was no fun. I expected no one to respond to my inquiries....

Senior Commits

Meiko Johnson, Managing Editor

January 8, 2020

Seniors of Puyallup High School’s spring sports season have recently participated in national early signing day to the college that they will be attending in the fall.   Levi Kiuchi- Attending University of Washington for baseball “I knew it would be a good fit for my because of the...

Joseph Dwyer Personality Profile

Jackson Roberts, Sports Editor

January 8, 2020

    The position may not be new for senior wide receiver and defensive back Joseph Dwyer but wearing the number two for Puyallup High Schools varsity football team was.   This is Dwyer’s first year at Puyallup coming from Rogers High School last year.   Dwyer started playing football when he was in the third grade. He got his interest in the game from his dad who played college football at...

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