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Moonwalking to the top of the charts

Lily Taylor, Sports Editor February 5, 2021

As seniors enter their final semester of high school, they look to their past for guidance on future decisions. For some, it is clear academically what they want to pursue, and for others, it’s their...

‘Fuel good, feel good’

Anna Pipinos, Lifestyle Editor October 10, 2020

Finding a treat that wouldn’t hinder my weight loss progress, that could satisfy my notorious sweet tooth, and that wasn’t chocolate chip cookie dough Halo Top ice cream had proven to be quite the...

Pandemic pups

Pandemic pups

Alida Grobbelar, Staff Writer October 10, 2020

Late night potty breaks, bleary morning walks, and the endless barking. The expected trials of a new puppy can still be a shock. Luckily, people think the adorable dogs are worth it, especially in...

An industry in quarantine

Cooper Piercy, Staff Writer October 10, 2020

In early March, dozens upon dozens of actors, stage hands, technicians, light crews, writers, and directors showed up for the final dress rehearsal for the Blue Barn Theater’s newest production, Marjorie...

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...

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...

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...

Corona Cinema

Shruti Chada, Staff Writer April 25, 2020

Quarantine can be very boring. Being stuck in your house unable to see friends face to face is an experience that can be hard to endure. Fortunately, there is something else you can do to take up time...

Being in an Isolationship 

Anna Pipinos, Staff Writer April 25, 2020

Several days, several weeks or even a little over a month may have passed since you’ve last come in contact with people that aren’t your family, and as humans, we are not meant to be alone all the...

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...

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...

Hungering for the Block

Hungering for the Block

Anna Pipinos, Staff Writer March 23, 2020

Taking a bite out of a warm, crispy french fry, I marvelled at the taste, and with the perfect, cold sip of a vanilla milkshake to wash it down, goosebumps made their way up and down my body.   The...

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