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Different Way to Give Back

Ana Myers, Staff

April 18, 2018


Filed under 2017-2018, Features

Washington Universities

Andrew Flury, Staff

April 13, 2018


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Washington State is home to a wide variety of colleges, ranging from large public universities to small liberal art schools. Here is a look at the most famous colleges and their locations in Washington. https://www.thinglink.com/scene/1036384861364944897...

Impact of Black History Month Explored

Impact of Black History Month Explored

Andrew Flury, Staff

March 5, 2018


Filed under 2017-2018, Features, Focus, Uncategorized

In honor of Black History Month, The Viking Vanguard examines different aspects of African-American culture and the way it has shaped the Puyallup School District. According to the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction, African-American students constitute 3.8 percent of the Puyallup Schoo...

Background of Black History Month

Natalie Eychaner, Features Editor

March 5, 2018


Filed under 2017-2018, Features

Black History Month is celebrated in many ways around the world-- but do you think about why it is celebrated or how it was started? Starting in 1926, Black History Month has evolved from the second week in February to the whole month. Looking into its past reveals a long history of pushing for African-...

Administrator, security experience racism

Jaime Goldberg, Staff

March 5, 2018


Filed under Features, Uncategorized

As African-American men, Tim Harris and Daralin Lawson say they have had to deal with racism in their life. Harris grew up in Washington State and says there were instances of conflict based on his race, some of them more subtle. “My experiences in school have been what I would call ‘passive...

To meat or not to meat

To meat or not to meat

McKenna Zacher, Sports Editor

February 8, 2018


Filed under 2017-2018, Features

In a world that has become increasingly more aware of its impact on the Earth, more and more people are turning to less impactful diets. According to a Top Trends in Prepared Foods report from last June, six percent of Americans are now vegan, meaning they do not consume any animal products. Wh...

Oh the Places You Can Go – Seattle Waterfront

Oh the Places You Can Go – Seattle Waterfront

Megan Lynn, News Editor

February 3, 2018


Filed under 2017-2018, Features, Photo

Just a five-minute walk down stairs from Pike Place Market is the Seattle Waterfront.  The Waterfront showcases The Seattle Aquarium, Seattle Great Wheel, The Crab Pot and more.  While at the Waterfront you can watch people fish off of Pier 57 or feed the birds that ask for bread.   ...

Oh the Places You Can Go – Fremont

Oh the Places You Can Go –  Fremont

Megan Lynn, News Editor

January 12, 2018


Filed under 2017-2018, Features, Uncategorized

" order_by="sortorder" order_direction="ASC" returns="included" maximum_entity_count="500"] The indie shops and restaurants dominate the neighborhood of Fremont, Seattle.  Located just west of the University of Washington in North Seattle, Fremont is a place full of adventure.  From the Fremont...

Peeking at PHS Pianists

Peeking at PHS Pianists

Andrew Flury, Staff

December 27, 2017


Filed under 2017-2018, Features

Music and musical instruments shape people’s lives in more ways than they can measure. Whether it is playing, performing or simply sitting back and listening, everyone has a personal connection with music. In this article The Vanguard takes a look at two unique Viking musicians with one thing in co...

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