The Viking Vanguard

“To Be” Theatre or “Not To Be”

Shayla Jones, Coverage Editor

December 15, 2016

Filed under 2016-2017, Opinion

Theater is life. I do not mean this is in a new age meme way but in the sense that when people work together to create art on stage you, as an actor, are essentially playing at God. You create life, you end life, you live life. You bring meaning to words on a page and give a purpose to the charact...

Basketball Can Transform Lives

Jaxon Owens, Chief

December 15, 2016

Filed under 2016-2017, Opinion, Sports

I never would have thought that something as simple as a piece of paper from my third grade teacher would turn into something that not only has defined my life but my entire family’s life as well. That simple piece of paper was an ad for a basketball program called Viking Elite and it changed the...

Starbucks Holiday Drinks Review

Zac Brendle

November 14, 2016

Filed under 2016-2017, A&E, Opinion

Starbucks is known for the famous frappe and other frothy iced beverages but now, with the holiday season beginning, they have introduced three of their new holiday flavors on their menu. These are a part of the launch for their temporary promotion of buying one holiday drink and receiving another...

Creepy clowns create unnecessary chaos

Olivia Bolin, Staff

October 21, 2016

Filed under 2016-2017, Opinion

In recent weeks, videos of creepy clowns have erupted and gone viral all over Twitter, Facebook and Instagram, showing eerie footage of sinister-looking clowns walking down the street. The scary clowns have even been reported locally, in Tacoma, Lynnwood and even on South Hill towards Graham. With...

Staffer Piqued by Parking

Olivia Bolin, Staff

October 3, 2016

Filed under Opinion

As a new driver, parallel parking can be the most terrifying part of driving. It is something most of us probably failed on our driver's test and as someone who has had their license for over a year, I still hate it. It is painful to attempt the perfect three-step parking job but even worse when you...

Staffer Sips Starbucks Chile Mocha

Elizabeth Bullard, Staff

September 28, 2016

Filed under Opinion

Starbucks released their Chile Mocha Sept. 6 alongside the traditional fall favorite the Pumpkin Spice Latte. The Chile Mocha is an overrated beverage with spices that can clear sinuses after only one sip. Starbucks Coffee is constantly revising their already critically acclaimed menu to keep coffee...

Miller Remembers Prince

Rene Miller, Para-Educator

June 1, 2016

Filed under 2015-2016, Opinion

The lights go down, a hush settles over the crowd. One lone spotlight is shining on the center of the stage. Everyone is wondering when the concert will start. Off in the distance, the music starts to play and boom. Fireworks light up the arena and there “HE” is. “HE” is Prince and he commands...

Baseball brings memories

Jaxon Owens, Website Editor

April 27, 2016

Filed under 2015-2016, Opinion

Student travels across the globe for mission trip

Bailee Doman, Multimedia Editor

April 27, 2016

Filed under 2015-2016, Opinion

In 2014 I went on a trip that would change my life forever. For most people, the first-out-of country experience is not going across the world to China. But there I was, an incoming sophomore in high school, flying 12 hours across the globe to do service projects in Langfang China. I went with my mom an...

Trump causes staffer to question; ponder

Jen Sethe, Staff

March 24, 2016

Filed under 2015-2016, Opinion

I was raised to never judge a book by its cover but after listening to what Donald Trump has to say, it is hard not to wonder how far off I would have been in my judgement. Trump is the biggest source of entertainment in this year’s elections and puts a lot of people off, yet he still leads in the...

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