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Valhalla

The student news site of Lake Stevens High School

Valhalla

The student news site of Lake Stevens High School

Valhalla

Kani White

Kani White, Photographer

Kani White is an outspoken senior ready to rock her final year at Lake Stevens. Although you may find White slaying on the volleyball court or rocking at the football field with the band, she can be spotted photographing for the Valhalla. Having such a loud voice and infectious confidence, White wants to bring a strong voice to the newspaper that will be both professional and interesting to read. With a strong personality like White’s she hopes to write about topics that stray away from concepts that have been written about before. Addressing the different clubs that aren’t considered poplar and showing how exciting they may be is one of the many goals White has for her upcoming year in journalism. White also feels there needs to be more pieces written on more serious topics, most importantly the power of bullying. “You may have a million friends one day, then zero the next. However you must remember that you always have you. You should always be there for yourself,” White said when asked about a message she feels is important for other classmates to hear. These past years at Lake Stevens High School have been very successful for this kind individual, and Ms. White is hoping journalism will be a perfect cherry on top.

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Social and Welcoming. Sra. Arcos and class Tiffany McAllister converse back and forth to help during an in-class activity. Throughout the class, students walked around and spoke with each other by asking questions and then filling out a chart  they were assigned. “Today we were learning how to have full-on conversations in Spanish, rather than just asking “how are you” and being done with it.” sophomore Dan Nguyen said.

[Photo] Why is my hamburger a lady?

March 26, 2018
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It’s time to play ball! The Girls Basketball team lines up as they get ready to play Kamiak. Before standing for the pledge the team warmed up shooting free throws, three’s and working on layouts. “I wish more people would come out and support our team, the season so far as been really successful and I hope to see more people at our games,” senior Laycie Taylor said.

All Hype, No Recognition

Our girls team is incredibly talented and should be recognized more often
January 22, 2018
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Brainstorming fun ideas for the club. Sophomore, Jordan Jackson is taking notes as to what the members of the club what to do this year. The Minority Awareness Movement club was in the process of wanting to go to a museum in Seattle that glorifies the strong independent and inspirational people of color. “Learning about other people in history who are doing what we are trying to do now, makes this so much more worth it,” senior Ana Newman said.

Oh M.A.M, What a great club

Starting off the year with the Minority Awareness Movement club to move towards more equality.
October 24, 2017
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