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Sophomore Ryan Rauert and and 2019 graduate Zach Corwin congratulate each other on their teams touchdown. The MN Unified Flag Football team

Unifying the field

Rylie Mendez, Staff Writers November 5, 2019

It’s 10 o’clock in the morning. Dew covers the field of Millard North Middle School. The sun hides behind the clouds, and a breeze brings a slight bite to the air, but students aren’t bothered as...

A special place in school

A special place in school

Lahari Ramini, News Editor October 29, 2019

The smell of pizza sticks, chicken tornadoes, and garlic mashed potatoes fills your nose as you walk towards the cafeteria. You stand in line, pondering over the choices when a wide grin helps you make...

A blast from the past

Shruti Chada, Staff Writer October 1, 2019

Back to the Future is an iconic film that is still present in media today. But it is a perfect example that modern day society is turning back the clock with it’s trends, bringing back Minecraft, Tik...

A blast from the past

Shruti Chada, Staff Writer September 20, 2019

Back to the Future is an iconic film that is still present in media today. But it is a perfect example that modern day society is turning back the clock with it’s trends, bringing back Minecraft, Tik...

Millennials lend a trend

Millennials lend a trend

Felicia Xiong, Staff Writer September 19, 2019

Junior Sarah Shelton has been a consumer of vintage clothing from thrift shops for as long as she can remember. Her favorite outfit consists of a striped crop top, light wash mom jeans, a pair of worn...

Relationship reality check

Lucy Tu, Co-Editor-in-Cheif June 6, 2019

It’s the statistic we all know. It’s the headline we all watch pop up on our screens. It’s the victim we are aware exists but too often fail to protect. Dating violence. Relationship abuse. Intimate-partner...

Dating violence destigmatzation

Sireen Abayzid, Staff Writer June 6, 2019

One of the more exciting aspects of high-school life for many students is romantic relationships. However, few teens are aware of the dangers that abusive relationships pose, which has become an increasing...

Truth about trash

Keirstin Harkleroad, Opinions Editor June 6, 2019

Forests are being chopped away, oceans are rising, and landfills are filling up. These human inflicted issues are taking a toll on the earth but not many recognize it. Companies continue to use palm oil,...

Nurture mother nature

Felicia Xiong, Staff Writer June 6, 2019

Twenty-seven-year-old Lauren Singer is not the average New Yorker. Over the past four years, all of the trash that she has produced  can fit into a 16 oz mason jar, while the average American produces...

Blue minds, blue times

Blue minds, blue times

Isa Luzarraga, Entertainment Editor April 6, 2019

Depression, generalized anxiety, bipolar disorder, psychotic disorder, all of these fit under the ginormous, blue umbrella that is mental illness. What do you feel when you hear this list? Confusion?...

Breaking down heartbreak

Kirsten Wandrey, Staff Writer February 18, 2019

Heartbreak. It’s a word many wish they weren’t familiar with, the hurt of losing someone so important that a physical pain manifests itself deep within your chest. Inevitably, you’ll have to...

Breaking free of chains

Lucy Tu, Co-Editor-in-Cheif December 9, 2018

It’s a warm Saturday morning, and you’re at the store picking up your weekly groceries. As you scan piles of crimson apples, you notice two figures in the corner of the aisle. A teenage girl fidgets...

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