MNHS Online

A Yearbook for the History Books

Molly Murch, Co-Editor-In-Chief

May 23, 2020

A screen with a dozen anxious faces grew progressively tense as eight lines of text appeared. Instantly, almost as if on cue, each two-by-two panel erupted into cheer.  On Apr. 24, MN journalism students poured into a Zoom...

Finding their perfect place

Isa Luzarraga, Lifestyle Editor

May 23, 2020

Loss can seem like an impenetrable darkness, seldom parted by rays of light and hope. When middle schooler Jenna Witherspoon was losing her battle against cancer, a song was commissioned in her honor to ensure her memory live...

Cottone on Tamron

Nate Hollenbeck, Staff Writer

May 23, 2020

There are roughly three million high school seniors across America, all of whom are losing an important time in their lives to COVID-19. Sports seasons, graduation, senior prom, all gone.  Senior Mckenna Cottone spoke for all of Am...

Perspectives 1,200 Miles Away

Lahari Ramini, News Editor

April 23, 2020

Twice a month, senior Shivani Mudhelli opens up her computer to greet a friend, Andrea Lizzeth Mayer García, who lives 1,200 miles away. Mudhelli speaks in Spanish while García responds in English as they exchange formalities, d...

From High School to Elementary Teaching

Rylie Mendez, Staff Writer

April 17, 2020

Everyone’s lives have shifted since the hit of COVID-19. School has closed, leaving all students and teachers cooped up at home with a new system of learning to navigate. While students only have to worry about finishing assign...

Love Letters to Illumination

Lahari Ramini, News Editor

March 23, 2020

Voice warm-ups? Check. Starbucks medicine ball tea? Double-check. Perfect hair and makeup? Triple-check.  Prior to any show choir performance, sophomore Jordan Jelkin kneels backstage and links hands with her fellow perform...

Varsity Vogue

Varsity Vogue

February 12, 2020

From the battlefield to the blackboard

Morgan McCormack, Staff Writer

February 5, 2020

“We were going through the Suez Canal, and we all sat together on the top of the submarine and grilled hamburgers and hotdogs. That was a lot of fun,” physics teacher and veteran Brian Yueill said. While on a submarine, Yueill made many me...

Christian Wood taught himself how to play guitar and piano when he was 7 years old. Currently living in L.A., he is working on music for Universal Music Group. He is inspired by the musician Avicee and focuses primarily on producing EDM pop tracks.

Not your average performer

December 11, 2019

Juniors Kail Townsend and Josie Parker practice their harmonies. Both groups are set to perform on December 12th at the Millard North choir concert.

Singing to the stars

November 8, 2019

Lasting love for language

Rebecca Kucera, Staff Writer

November 8, 2019

“I remember thinking to myself that this was what I was meant to do in life - work with refugees, and that it would be my life’s mission. It is the one truly indelible passion in my life, and something that has never wavere...