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The Viking Saga

The Viking Saga

The Student News Site of East Lyme High School

The Viking Saga

The Viking Saga

The Viking Saga

Iron Deficiency Causes Poor Performance in Athletes

Iron Deficiency Causes Poor Performance in Athletes

SOPHIA VANDERMAELEN
February 2, 2023

Iron deficiencies are one of the leading causes of poor performance in runners (Runners Connect). Even if it’s unheard of to you, iron deficiency can be an issue among all athletes. More athletes...

Committee members listen to testimony
 during the trial.

Jan. 6 Report Places Blame on Trump

GABBY MOORE
February 2, 2023

The committee investigating the Jan. 6 insurrection, consisting of nine senators (seven Democrats and two Republicans) released its full report Dec. 22. The document consists of 18 chapters and over 800...

Kennedy Holsapple

Capitalism is Killing Our Planet: Here’s How We Can Help

How does capitalism impact the fashion industry? Capitalism is an economic system that is designed to foster innovation with little government interference. Companies compete with others by producing...

Vandalism means bathrooms are regularly closed to students.

Bathroom Damages: A Costly Norm

JAMES AMBROSINI
February 2, 2023

Paper towels everywhere. Jammed down the toilets, scattered on the floor, and even down the hall. There’s barely any left in the dispenser. Gum clogs the sinks, just inches away from the trash can....

Jan. 6 Criminal Charges:

OLIVIA BROWN
February 2, 2023

Obstruction of congress- It is illegal to interrupt an official proceeding of the federal government, the Jan. 6 riot aimed at disrupting a meeting of Congress that was certifying President Joe Biden’s...

Keating Commits to Western New England University

Keating Commits to Western New England University

ALEX SALERNO
February 2, 2023

After four years of hard work and dedication to lacrosse, senior Jack Keating committed to the Western New England University in Springfield, Massachusetts. Here, he will continue his lacrosse career while...

Eve Slemp

Why Women Suppress Their Full Potential

Opinion of: EVE SLEMP
February 2, 2023

In a society that is mainly male-dominated, when women start rising to the top in business and academics, the shift in roles makes people uncomfortable. As our society progresses, gender roles have noticeably...

ELHS Acapella Club Takes the Stage

SOPHIA VANDERMAELEN
February 2, 2023

If you happen to wander over to the music wing on a Tuesday or Thursday during advisory, you might hear the harmonized voices of the new ELHS co-op Acapella Club. All voice. No instruments. ELHS Acapella...

ELHS Alumna Earns Role as New York Times Journalist

EVE SLEMP
February 2, 2023

ELHS alumna Sapna Maheshwari successfully earned a job at the New York Times in 2016 as a business journalist, recently bringing her work to younger audience, covering emerging media companies, such as...

Talking About Lunar New Year

GINNY BULLER
February 2, 2023

Firecrackers streak into the sky scaring away malicious spirits, protecting the new year from bad fortune. Bright tones of red and orange roar through the night as people dressed in fiery colors dance...

Coastal Connections Continues to Inspire

TED BERGMAN
February 2, 2023

Luke Bonner, HVAC Intern A faulty thermostat. Clogged ventilation filters. Air conditioning drainage issues. They’re all common problems in a homeowner’s heating, ventilation, and air conditioning...

Local Animal Shelters Provide a Safe Haven for Animals

Olivia Brown
January 11, 2023

With the holiday season approaching, it is the perfect time to invest in a new best friend OLIVIA BROWN With, on average, 210 animals impounded in the Northeastern Connecticut Council of Governments...

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