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A ‘wonder’ful role

Keirsten Harkleroad, Staff Writer February 18, 2019

Colors flood the stage during show choir season. Infinity, Illumination, and Intensity present their shows after months of hard work and long practices. Their vocals ring through competitions while they...

And the Oscar goes to…

Sireen Abayazid, Staff Writer February 18, 2019

After seeing the nominations for the 97th Academy Awards, many hearts, including my own, were overjoyed by the diverse set of films on their list. Years have passed of the Academy nominating generic, boy...

Reliving reality through Roma

Reliving reality through Roma

Isa Luzarraga, Entertainment Editor February 13, 2019

The renowned hall of foreign language and indie films in Omaha has always been Film Streams. Walking through those glass doors, I honestly didn’t know what to expect of foreign language film Roma. As...

Setting animation in motion

Setting animation in motion

Molly Murch, In-Depth Editor February 6, 2019

Every child spends their kindergarten days scribbling in and out of the lines, in hopes of plastering their entire refrigerator with their masterpieces. For sophomore Sebastian Mazzini though, his work...

Making their own beat

Felicia Xiong, Staff Writer December 9, 2018

Ever since he was 9, senior Sam Lallman has adored music and enjoyed playing the guitar. At the age of 11, he started recording songs and decided he wanted to pursue a career in music production.    Lallman...

Beyond the baton

McKenzie Nelson, Co-Editor-in-Cheif December 9, 2018

As winter replaces autumn many aspects of our lives change. We get out the heavy coats and put on our snow boots. For the Twirling Club, this past year has also been filled with change.    In 2017,...

Dirt devils

Aanya Agarwal, Opinions Editor December 9, 2018

Some kids play volleyball, others dabble in chess or speech. Two students, however, have a slightly more unconventional hobby — dirt biking. Surprisingly enough, most riders learn to bike without...

Ravishing rare ramen

Ravishing rare ramen

Kirsten Wandrey, Staff Writer December 8, 2018

  When you think of ramen noodles, you’re probably picturing a 25-cent block of hard noodles encapsulated within a crinkly plastic bag, complete with powdered flavoring and microwave instructions. You...

T.H.U.G. Life

Sireen Abayazid, Staff Writer December 8, 2018

In the past year, there has been a huge wave of representation in the media. Movies like “Love, Simon” and “Crazy Rich Asians” flipped the perspectives on their respective minorities, but “The...

Raising his voice

Raising his voice

Lahari Ramini, News Editor October 26, 2018

MN junior Evan Jolley is a regular high school student. He plays soccer, eats Raising Cane’s, and avidly does ACT prep. Despite all of this, in his early years, Jolley struggled to find his voice. He...

Mayors in the making

Megan Townsend, Staff Writer October 26, 2018

Employment, low-income schools, and disability accessibility. These are issues that are often forgotten, but once a month students from across the Omaha metro area meet to face these issues head on, side...

The Post & The Power of the Press

Lahari Ramini, Staff Writer May 23, 2018

Through the breathtaking combination of the talents of actress Meryl Streep, actor Tom Hanks, and director Steven Spielberg, a new category of movies has come to our theaters: Journalism. The movie...

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