MNHS Online

Falling For Fall

Laurel Westerman, Staff Writer May 22, 2018

In Nebraska, most can agree: the Henry Doorly is the best zoo, Husker games are serious, and Vala’s Pumpkin Patch has been a Halloween tradition for generations. However, there is much more to fall than...

A Variety of Acts

A Variety of Acts

McKenzie Nelson, Features Editor May 18, 2018

The unique talents of Millard North will be showcased at the 8th annual variety show. After an audition process overseen by MN Director of Choral activities, Ms. Tantillo, those chosen will perform at...

Paw-sitive Service

Peytan Schulte, Sports Editor May 18, 2018

Power of Our Press

Haley Elder, In-Depth Editor May 18, 2018

Four years ago, I accidently signed up for an introduction to journalism class. Before beginning the course, I had little expectations. I had always enjoyed writing so I figured it would be an easy A....

Love, LGBTQ Representation

Molly Murch, Staff Writer May 15, 2018

WARNING: content contains spoilers. Few films feature LGBTQ characters, and even fewer portray them and their lives authentically. However, we have recently begun to introduce more realistic LGBTQ characters,...

Old Markets Sweet New Hive

Old Market’s Sweet New Hive

Michaela Mass, Online Editor May 14, 2018

In the midst of the buzzing commotion from downtown Omaha, a unique shop settled itself in the Old Market. Chocolat Abeille recently opened up in December and has been making headlines ever since its debut....

MY-Project

Liz Nelson, News Editor May 14, 2018

What started as ideas in the minds of a group of freshmen last year turned into complex Middle Years Programs projects, each made with careful thought and planning. Projects like 3D printing, and ‘Body...

One of the parts of the game that was created includes the graphic seen (on the screen of the arcade game to the left). Some of the other parts of the game teach about molecular structure and other science related topics.

Solving a STEMming Problem

Aanya Agarwal, Staff Writer May 14, 2018

We all know that today’s middle schoolers are much more tech savvy than those of 10 years ago. Kids these days can make professional powerpoint presentations, shop online, and even become famous on social...

Decisions, Decisions

Laurel Westerman, Staff Writer May 14, 2018

If you’re a senior in high school, you’re probably aware of a certain looming deadline: May 1, “National Decision Day.” These words send a spike of panic through the hearts of many seniors, specifically...

From Student To Teacher

From Student To Teacher

Michaela Mass, Staff Writer May 14, 2018

As the year approaches its closing, students become increasingly impatient with anticipation for summer break. However, other students are restless with excitement for school to begin in the fall. A few...

Hoppin’ Around Town

Sierra Lancaster, Entertainment Editor May 14, 2018

As graduation approaches, with it comes everyone’s favorite season: grad party season. For some, this season conjures pleasant images of long afternoons spent eating barbecue pork sandwiches and cake...

Mission possible

Mission possible

Lahari Ramini, Staff Writer March 13, 2018

It’s the end of senior year and the summer lies in front of you like one of Nebraska’s cornfields. But, just as you peak above the corn stalks, you catch a glimpse of the towering mountains of the...

Load More Stories