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Lillian Carpenter

Lillian Carpenter, Viking Talent Editor

I’m Lillian Carpenter, and I’m a section editor at the Valhalla. I want to be a supportive voice in my writing. I hope to write articles for students who are not voiceless but are treated like they are. When I’m not fretting over Valhalla activities, I’m most often found writing fiction, drawing, playing video games, or talking about stupid animes for hours. I’m hoping to get my vet assistant license, and when I graduate I’m planning on moving in with my best friend of six years.

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This drawing is the introduction page of the sketchbook I’m currently working on. The character is Yamaguchi Tadashi, a character from Haikyuu. I draw him quite often since he’s one of my favorites. I like him because he is a very hard worker, and he’s always trying to improve himself. He does this not only for himself but so that he can support his friends and team. He’s very self-conscious but as time goes on he becomes more confident in his abilities. I would like to be like him.

Artist Spotlight: Lillian Carpenter

March 31, 2021
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Ableism Advocate: Shining light on a subject that is widely unmentioned, this infographic explains the effect that ableism has on people with disabilities.

The hidden trials of having disabilities

More than 80% of people with disabilities face bullying and discrimination- being more aware of these problems could help
March 29, 2021
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Diversified Warriors: Marvel movie

Marvel has minimal diversity, and they must lead the way for change, not profit

As a popular movie studio, Marvel Studios has a responsibility to feature diversity, a responsibility that many fans think they’ve fallen short on
March 23, 2021
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Tranquil Gamer: Senior Brenda Call plays relaxing video games on her Nintendo Switch. She worked all day in distance learning and attended classes on google meet. “I’m really grateful that I am able to relax after a stressful day of school work,” Call said.

Lake Stevens students indulge in simulation games to destress

These games could be the perfect way to refresh the brain after a stressful school day
March 9, 2021
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