Winter activities

Martha Boe, Staff reporter

December 19, 2016

Choir Concert: December 15th Assembly: December 16th Student-Faculty basketball game: December 16th Basketball game: December 16th Basketball game: December 19th...

Upcoming winter activites

Mattie Boe, Staff reporter

December 15, 2016

Winter break is soon! But not so fast, there are still a number of activities happening before we’re set loose for the holidays   Choir Concert: December 15th Assembly: December 16th Student-Faculty basketball...

Original musicians and cultural classics take to local stages across the Seattle area

November 30, 2016

Today’s culture is full of rich and diverse music waiting to be discovered.  Sophomore Jake Burleigh found some of his favorite bands by simply browsing around on YouTube, Twitter and Instagram. “My all-time favorite band...

Would it be more beneficial for our parents to be more involved?

Samantha Jones, Features editor

November 28, 2016

Our parents are some of the most influential role models in our lives. We are who we are because of the way our parents bring us up, whether it’s religion, political views or the most of it education. My parents, for example,...

The Berserkers go bezerk over winning the state title

November 23, 2016

Securing first place in state this year was truly an amazing moment for the Lake Stevens Wrestlers. They put their heart and soul into this sport and left it all on the mat at the state tournament, held at the Tacoma Dome February...

Students attempt to juggle their many activities

Maggie Bakken, Opinion Editor

November 23, 2016

Despite what the millennial stereotype suggests, students these days are the opposite of lazy.  Students have to juggle school, clubs, homework, spending time with friends and family, all while trying to get enough sleep...

Faces in the hall: Get to know your fellow viking

Audrey Kristofferson, Arts and Entertainment Editor

November 23, 2016

Ronney Little is a sophomore here at Lake Stevens, born and raised in Washington. He has many hobbies, one being playing video games. “I’ve been playing video games since I was three.” Little said. He spends a majority...

The world of work during adolescence

Paolina Colonico, Photographer

November 22, 2016

The majority of American students dedicate their time not only to school, hobbies, family and friends, but also to work. At the age of 16, American students can start walking toward the path of independence through a job. That...

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