The Viking Vanguard

Harriet Tubman to be on $20 bill in 2020

Clare Brown, Staff

June 8, 2016


Filed under 2015-2016, News

After 10 months of public comments, Treasury Secretary, Jacob J. Lew, announced April 20 that Harriet Tubman, a former slave and abolitionist, will replace Andrew Jackson on the $20 in 2020. Sophomore Lauren McCabe believes the change is good. “I do not think it is necessary but I think it is...

Thr3E closure raises questions

Zac Brendle, staff

June 8, 2016


Filed under 2015-2016, News

The students of Puyallup High School saw Thr3e shut their doors from April 18-29 unexpectedly and the question everyone was asking was “why?” However, current manager Jan Forschler says the shutdown was intentional. “It was very much intentional; we were not forced to shut down at all,”...

Cassidy McCrabb and Jordan Kim at DECA Nationals

June 8, 2016


Filed under News, Uncategorized

DECA sent five seniors to DECA nationals in Nashville who competed April 22-27. Nick Samuelson and Tiason Eason competed in the business law and ethics team series event and placed fifth at SCDC (state career development conference). Zack Armstrong competed in the SBE event (student-based enterprises...

2016 senior gift discussed

Kyle Smith, Editor in Chief

June 8, 2016


Filed under News

At the end of every year, the senior class donates their remaining funds towards a gift that will be left for the following years. The senior class officers decides what the gift will be, however this decision will not be made or put into effect until the summer when all funds have been counted. Senior...

Street parking issue analyzed

Bailee Doman, Multi Media Editor

April 29, 2016


Filed under 2015-2016, News

At the beginning of the school year students are able to purchase parking passes which allow them to park in the main lot and the third lot. But for some students they have to find parking on the streets. This might equate too many problems including not being able to find parking or only finding four-hour...

Dress Code Violations for All or One?

Brandon Supnet, staff

April 29, 2016


Filed under 2015-2016, News

Dress Code Violations for All or One? Many students of Puyallup are starting to dress less for the sunny weather, yet some may feel more closely examined than others. According to the student handbook, “Halters, bare midriffs/backs/sides, visible undergarments, and inappropriate showing of cleavage...

Maximus Minimus food truck serves Eagles special event

Maximus Minimus food truck serves Eagles special event

Staff

April 28, 2016


Filed under News, Showcase, Uncategorized

Some may have noticed a strange truck parked outside of the Eagle's earlier today. Maximus Minimus, pulled pork sandwich food truck, prepares to serve a special event at the Eagles this afternoon. Jessie Galan...

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