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Through rose-tinted glasses

Cooper Piercy, Staff Writer February 5, 2021

Road work ahead. Say that phrase to anyone over the age of 25, and they may correlate it with the orange, diamond shaped sign that bears those exact words.  However, say those three words to anyone...

From tweet to street

From tweet to street

Sidney Anderson, Opinions Editor October 10, 2020

3.8 billion. It’s hard to imagine that half of the world’s population is affected by Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook. Nothing else touches that many people globally.  On May 25, George Floyd’s...

Committing to change

Lily Taylor, Sports Editor October 10, 2020

As a district, MPS guarantees each student will demonstrate character, knowledge, and skills required to succeed. While education-wise students are prepared for success in college, when confronted with...

Diversifying Narratives

Diversifying Narratives

Sneha Selvaraj, Staff Writer October 10, 2020

When sophomore Sarah Qaud heard the topic of Islam being brought up in her AP Human Geography class, she braced herself, ready to hear the stereotypes she faced so often. She was instead surprised to hear...

A Cath-art-ic Experience

Shruti Chada, Staff Writer March 23, 2020

Walking into the passageway is like looking into an aesthetic pinterest board. The twinkling fairy lights, plants draped all along the railings, and skylight all contribute to the image. Art galleries...

Phenomenal Film

Anjali Pullabhotla, Opinions Editor March 23, 2020

Explosions, car chases, and James Cameron’s blue aliens (or aliens, in general). These elements, perfected with special effects, are the basic recipe for every typical blockbuster hit, from Avengers:...

Over the Omaha Metro

February 12, 2020

The following map illustrates the location of eight Omaha metro high schools and the corresponding minority enrollment and economic disadvantage for each. MN falls into the middle for both measures; however,...

Leveling Inequality

Lucy Tu, Co-Editor-in-Chief February 12, 2020

Staring at the strawberry Smucker’s Uncrustable in his hand, Ademar Sanderson wondered where his next dinner would come from. At 7:30 p.m. on a Saturday, Sanderson sat at his kitchen table, holding...

(Left to right) Esther Samuel (11), Giorgia Spicciarelli (12), June Van De Graff (12), Wendy Kanmogne (11), Joseph Zhong (11), and Sidney Anderson (11). Sean Clarke (12), Travis Nosbisch (12), and Michelle Gilmond De Sousa (10) not pictured. Those pictured, as well as Clark, met on Monday, Jan. 27 for a socratic circle on diversity at MN, what progress has been made, and what the future holds.

Respect Equals Safety

Isa Luzarraga, Lifestyle Editor February 12, 2020

“We’re going to be stuck in a bad place forever if we don’t listen to each other.” For junior Sidney Anderson and other MN students, respecting racial identity is becoming an increasingly pressing...

On court under pressure

Lily Taylor, Sports Editor December 11, 2019

Hearts are racing. Veins are pulsing as adrenaline courses through. Instincts begin to take over as sneakers screech against the court. All outside noise vanishes; all thoughts spoken about the team disappear...

Junior Hunter Sallis blocks an Omaha Northwest player while dribbling during a Friday, Feb. 8 game. Sallis contributed to their 63-53

On the Hunt(er) for victory

Zach Cutler, Staff Writer December 11, 2019

Sallis is focusing on winning a state championship despite nationwide attention At the top of the key he gets the ball. He looks right and crosses over to the left before doing a Euro step. He shoots...

Fichadia poses with a toddler who has just reached her redesigned race car

Redifining automobility

Isa Luzarraga, Lifestyle Editor November 8, 2019

The pint-sized race car swerves making figure-eights on the concrete floor. Bubbling, childish laughter reverberates throughout the warehouse as a toddler pushes the acceleration button and races by in...

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