The Viking Vanguard

Area 51 Raid

MJ Hampton, Staff

October 31, 2019


What you need to know about the impeachment inquiry

Katie Rose Abbeglan, Multimedia Editor

October 31, 2019

“No one is above the law,” stated Nancy Pelosi, Speaker of the House, Sept. 24.  It was on this day the House of Representatives publicly announced an impeachment inquiry would begin into the presidency of Donald Trump.  Spurred by an alleged quid pro quo (granting a favor in exchange for a favor) invol...

Impact of Greta Thunburg on teens

Isabel Coggins, Staff

October 31, 2019

Sixteen-year-old Great Thunburg sat out of Swedish parliament with a sign that said Skolstrejk för klimatet which means “School strike for the climate.”  Thunberg was only eight years old when she found out about climate change or global warming.  “Apparently that was something humans have cr...

Motorcycle Backfire Causes Commotion

Michaela Ely, Web Editor

October 1, 2019

When one visits New York City, the most memorable part of it is Times Square.  People everywhere, cars honking and way too much traffic. But even with all this noise, it is a place that draws tourists like a moth is drawn to a flame.  But the feelings of awe can all change quickly when ...

A European Experience

A European Experience

Lana Moss, Editor in Chief

October 1, 2019

A 13-hour flight from Sea-Tac Airport to Paris, France and a two-hour flight from Paris to Nice, France.  All alone. At first this seemed like a task that I wasn’t ready for, but how could I pass up a four-day trip to France? My parents were already going to be in France and I was planni...

Princess Leaves Castle Behind

Kyla Stout, Staff

September 23, 2019

The day before princess bootcamp, a week of summer practices for the Puyallup High School Royal Court, I had made the decision to not participate as a contestant of the Princess Selection. Simply helping with stage direction or making copies was something I felt more comfortable doing because of my shy...

Saying goodbye

Saying goodbye

McKenna Zacher, Managing

June 6, 2019

As we begin to say goodbye to Puyallup High School, there is something else I will be needing to say goodbye to: my elementary school. The summer before kindergarten I moved to a house right next to Sunrise Elementary School. I remember being so excited to finally go to a “big kid” school, my...

Live Action Brings Stories to Life

Live Action Brings Stories to Life

Michaela Ely, Legacy Web Editor

May 29, 2019

All of us have grown up watching the classic Disney movies, however, Disney is remaking many of their classic films into live-action versions.   Disney has released The Jungle Book, Beauty and the Beast, Cinderella and Dumbo as live-action films already, along with many others. Some that are in production no...

Experience With Loneliness

Autumn Scriven, Legacy Features Editor

May 17, 2019

Deep in the dark is where we go Everything's quiet The eerie wind blows   I’m in a cement box So very cold The darkness inside me begins to grow   I call out for help   No one replies   I only hear my own little cry   The world goes ...

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