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

Odochi Akwani, Co-Online Editor

January 11, 2017

Tuesday. 2nd hour. Speeches are to be presented in front of the entire English class. For some, this is a breeze; they can’t wait to share what they’ve researched. For even more, they are a little nervous but know once the...

Anxiety: A Personal Story

Anxiety: A Personal Story

January 11, 2017

Maintaining An Attitude of Gratitude

Madeline Halgren, Staff Writer

November 21, 2016

“What are you thankful for?” We are asked this question every year during the Thanksgiving season and often our answers are quite materialistic. We may say we are grateful for our iPhones or new pair of shoes. Other common...

Team Trump

Priya Kukreja, Co-Editor-In-Chief

October 24, 2016

The chattering crowd gathers in front of a tall podium. The shorter attendees near the back stand on their tiptoes trying to catch a glance of the stage. A man is shaking his fists at the news cameras, aggressively yelling about...

Holla’ for Hillary

Priya Kukreja, Co-Editor-In-Chief

October 24, 2016

The 2016 elections have created more antagonism amongst disagreeing voters than ever before. While some are lost in inaccurate news, unconfirmed accusations, and uncertainty, others stand firm in their choice for President. Junior...

Remodeling Reactions

Remodeling Reactions

September 20, 2016

Let the graduation festivities begin

Kori Christensen, Staff Writer

May 18, 2016

Food, friends, funny pictures, and aspiring teens. What more can you ask for from a graduation party? As their final days at MN approach, in addition to school finals and college plans, the seniors are working on their graduation...

Millard Adjusts to 21st Century Education

Joey Covolo, Editor-in-Chief

April 13, 2016

Prior to the overhead era of schooling, classes were taught with the old-fashioned chalk and board. Teachers scraped the utensil with the familiar clank sound to etch their equations to the class. While the remnants of this...

Discovering the difference between the brains of both types

Haley Elder, Staff Writer

March 8, 2016

Through a combination of genetics and everyday experiences, one’s personality is formed. A large part of a person’s personality is how they respond to social situations, or if they get their energy alone or from others. These...

The Introvert: Bringing out what’s inside

Tyler Collins, In-Depth Editor

March 8, 2016

I. Interview with senior Shelby Goodrich What characteristics of your personality make you an introvert? I am shy, and I strongly dislike having attention drawn to me, or being in front of large groups of people. I prefe...

The Extrovert: Explaining their exterior

Tyler Collins, In-Depth Editor

March 8, 2016

E. Interview with junior Nate Shaffer What characteristics of your personality make you an extrovert? I am very easy to talk to and someone that people could hopefully look up to as a leader, I also am very comfortable ...

Divided Over a Day For Love

Christina Youn, Front Page Editor

February 9, 2016

February 14, Valentine’s Day is just around the corner. Various reds and pinks can be seen while heart-shaped chocolates are ubiquitous when walking around a grocery store. Valentine’s Day is a day to spread the love, but...

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