New district policy demands an alternative to texting

Anjali Pullabhotla, Staff Writer

September 18, 2018

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From the beginning of freshman year, activities are an integral part of student life. Through activities, students are able to find themselves in a loving community of friends and, more importantly, mentors. For most students,...

GETTING BEHIND #BEKIND: The story of Omaha’s collective movement toward kindness

September 18, 2018

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“A few weeks after my mom died, I opened a drawer in her room, and I found a sticky note with two words that changed my life: ‘help people’.” On Fri., Aug. 24, Hunter Radenslaben uttered these words, and it seemed as ...

Lending a lawnmower

Austin Uhlig, Staff Photographer

May 21, 2018

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Spring is in the air, and that means it’s time for spring cleaning. For many, that means pulling out the lawn mower and giving the neglected front yard a fresh cut. The mower is pulled out from the shed and the gas and is che...

More than an AP test

Robert Carpenter, Staff Writer

May 21, 2018

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Many students stress themselves sick over the impending overhaul of doom that we commonly refer to as the Advanced Placement exam. All AP teachers have their own strategies of reducing the test-induced anxiety. Not so surp...

Expectations, NEXTpectations

Leily Zhu, Editor-in-Chief and Front Page Editor

May 18, 2018

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Looking at myself today, I am not the person I wanted to be four years ago. Back then, the person I am today did not exist, in any shape or form. As a freshman, I walked in with expectations for my high school life. I knew...

Final Words – Liz Nelson

Elizabeth Nelson, News Editor

May 18, 2018

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Just a little under four years ago, I began a journey that I will never forget. One that, in all honesty, I will miss. I surprise myself when I say that, too. My time here at MN has taught me an array of things, a few of which...

Destructive Construction

Elizabeth Nelson, News Editor

May 18, 2018

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Mile long traffic jams, orange cones lining the streets, and the smell of modernization is all too familiar for the students of MN. This gridlock has been a hassle for everybody involved, and it is only getting started. Although...

Mental Wellness

Leily Zhu, Editor-in-Chief and Front Page Editor

May 18, 2018

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Within MN, there is a vast number of adults  for students to go to for support: teachers, counselors, the school resource officer. Recently, MN moved to add one more person to that list with the specific responsibility of providing...

Final Words

Liz Nelson, News Editor

May 14, 2018

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Just a little under four years ago, I began a journey that I will never forget. One that, in all honesty, I will miss. I surprise myself when I say that, too. My time here at MN has taught me an array of things, a few of which...

Destructive Construction

Liz Nelson, News Editor

May 14, 2018

Filed under News

Mile long traffic jams, orange cones lining the streets, and the smell of modernization is all too familiar for the students of MN. This gridlock has been a hassle for everybody involved, and it is only getting started. Although...

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