The Decision Stands

Liz Nelson, Staff Writer

In addition to the new renovations such as the new hallway and constructed lecture halls, MN will be obtaining an effective tool that will improve the dynamics of the newspaper...  Read More »

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Change for Change

Change for Change

Haley Elder, Entertainment Editor

Coins clink, jugs rattle, the tradition continues. Each year, Amnesty members roam the halls with milk jugs to collect money for different charities. In past years they ha...  Read More »

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Roll Stangs

Roll Stangs

Priya Kukreja, Co-Editor-In-Chief

A huddle forms in the middle of two bowling alleys. Athletes in blue jerseys look around in anticipation. With a rack of bowling balls to the right and the rival team to the l...  Read More »

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Diving Right In

Diving Right In

Haley Elder, Entertainment Editor

Pruned skin, chlorine filled eyes, swim caps, and splashing water are all thoughts that might flood one’s mind at the mention of diving. Yet, under the swim caps and behind...  Read More »

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Crunch Time

Crunch Time

Rodney Edwards, Staff Writer

While sports such as football or baseball take hours to complete the game, varsity wrestling captain, DJ Coleman, is glad he can end a match in 20 seconds. That’s how...  Read More »

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A True Baller

A True Baller

Tyler Collins, Opinions Editor

MN’s varsity girl’s basketball team has a record of 11-6, but the reasons for their success are not always seen at games. Sophomore Cody Randels, a student in the school’s...  Read More »

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Cutting Out Early

Noah Sacco, Sports Editor

At the end of the college football season, a team is placed in a certain game based on its record in the regular season,...  Read More »

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The Power Of Positivity

Eden Loveridge, Staff Writer

With the new year comes new goals for everyone. People want to read more, to lose weight, to make money, to simply improve...  Read More »

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Teachers Thoughts On Student Laptops

At the start of the second semester, MPS distributed laptops to each high school student as a part of the ‘One-to-One’...  Read More »

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Tea Time: Freshman speech inspired by tea

Christina Youn, Co-Editor-In-Chief

Green tea. Black tea. White tea. Chai. Tea is making a comeback as people look for healthier alternatives to coffee. The...  Read More »

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Breaking Down Anxiety: Analyzing the way school and social pressures affect anxiety

Odochi Akwani, Co-Online Editor

Tuesday. 2nd hour. Speeches are to be presented in front of the entire English class. For some, this is a breeze; they can’t ...  Read More »

Jan 11 • No Comments

Anxiety: A Personal Story

Anxiety: A Personal Story

Priya Kukreja, Co-Editor-In-Chief

As Allie’s mom combed through her hair in the morning, Allie was anything but excited to go to school. A tear rolled d...  Read More »

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Staff Profile

Megan Jenkins
Megan Jenkins

Staff Writer

Attempting her first year on the Hoofbeat staff and second year on the Yearbook staff, Megan Jenkins, the girl who lived, is a simple writer with hopes of becoming the next J.K. Rowling. She has an overly...  Read More »

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