Social Media Shifts Teens’ View of Politics

Piper Sato, Igaramkin Editor

November 7, 2016

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The first presidential debate took place on Sep. 26. Shortly after, social media filled with memes and jokes ridiculing and rehashing the candidates during the debate. Many of these jokes and tweets came from teens and young...

Dimond Seniors Apply for College

Beatrice O'Campo, Igaramkin Editor-in-Chief

October 31, 2016

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With the first quarter of the school year already halfway done, seniors at Dimond High School are starting to think about college applications. But before seniors can begin applying to schools, they need to decide where they...

Lynx Skeleton on Display in Library

Venessa Corpus, Igaramkin Reporter

October 31, 2016

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In 2009, Dimond High School received a lynx carcass donated by a former Dimond Social Studies teacher Jason Ott, who got it from a friend who was a trapper. It was donated so that Dimond students could help put it together...

Dimond Freshmen Adjust to High School

Beatrice O'Campo, Igaramkin Editor-in-Chief

October 18, 2016

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As the first quarter drew to a close, freshmen at Dimond were beginning to be more comfortable with high school. After being told “horror stories” about the work load, stress levels and upperclassmen, many ninth graders are...

Lochte’s Actions Bring Disillusionment, Embarrassment

Beatrice O'Campo, Igaramkin Editor-in-Chief

October 13, 2016

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On August 14, just as the 2016 Rio Olympics were coming to a close, reports first began to surface that Ryan Lochte and three other Olympic swimmers had been held at gunpoint and robbed. Lochte gave his version of the frightening...

Olympic Television Viewership Drops

Savannah Woodke, Igaramkin Reporter

October 13, 2016

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NBC News Online reports television viewership of the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil dropped 17 percent from the London Olympics in 2012. The increasing number of online outlets for the olympic games have heavily...

DDF: Sport or Activity?

Nicole Aufderheide, Igaramkin Editor

October 6, 2016

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Though many members of the Dimond Drama, Debate and Forensics team are rookies, every single one of them came home with an award after the tournament at West High School Sept. 9. DDF is listed on the sports and activities page...

Dimond Weighs in on Later Start to School

Maeve Wiley, Igaramkin Editor

October 6, 2016

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What if your alarm clock went off for school and instead of smashing snooze, you got an extra hour and 15 minutes of sleep? In Seattle, Wash., this has become a reality for high school students throughout the city. In November,...

Age Restrictions on Movies Spark Student Opinions

Danielle DuClos, Igaramkin Assistant Editor-in-Chief

October 6, 2016

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It is Friday night and the opening of a new movie everyone has been dying to see. The theater is crowded and there is a long wait in the snaking line. The smell of popcorn in the air and the buzz of movie goers is all around;...

Student Opinions Split on Virtual Reality

Bryant Bohlken, Igaramkin Reporter

May 1, 2016

Filed under Features

Consumers have to admit that tech isn’t evolving at the rate that people for generations have expected. If you asked someone twenty years ago what they think the year 2025 would be like, they would probably answer with dreams...

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