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Sociedad Honoraria Hispanica

Sociedad Honoraria Hispanica

Noah Sacco, Staff Writer

October 24, 2016

Roberto Clemente. Carlos Santana. Cesar Chavez. These are just a few of the many Hispanic Americans that have made an influence on our society. Hispanic Heritage Month is a time of recognition for minorities in the U.S. From Sept. 15 to Oct. 15, the United States commemorates the Hispanic and Latino...

A Cheating Epidemic

Leily Zhu, News Editor

October 24, 2016

“Cheater cheater pumpkin eater.” This is the children’s rhyme that was recited when we were younger to tease someone who had cheated the game we were playing. As children turn into young adults, the rhyme dwindles out of use, but the purpose of the rhyme persists. Cheating is no longer a blameful...

Rebuilding Media

Eden Loveridge, Staff Writer

October 24, 2016

New entrance, new offices, new hallway, and new computers. Among all the constructional changes in MN from the past year, the significant changes in MN Media have received considerably less attention. Though it is common knowledge that there have been some recent changes and additions with school...

Competitive Drama

Competitive Drama

Priya Kukreja, Co-Editor-In-Chief

October 24, 2016

After sports practices are over and the study center has closed, the stage lights remain lit. Here, students are reciting their lines, building the sets, and putting together a theatrical production. While MN’s theater program is known for the various productions that are showcased each year, English...

Remodeling Reactions

Remodeling Reactions

Tyler Collins, Opinions Editor

September 20, 2016

Although MN has had many reasons for pride, from our athletic state champions to our overall ACT scores, a new era of awe has been issued in as the school received a facelift this summer. MN was granted money for a multi-million dollar renovation that created many new additions to the building. Over...

Fee Free Field Trips

Leily Zhu, News Editor

September 19, 2016

Many high school students still get that kindergarten-like flurry of excitement that popped up without fail in the days long past when the two words “field” and “trip” are spoken together. It’s a chance to leave school during the day. Of course, we would pay to be able to do that. Well...

Going Pro

Going Pro

Odochi Akwani, Co-Online Editor

September 19, 2016

Often times when the musical is spoken about at school, the focus is centered on the actors and what they are doing on stage. While necessary and noteworthy to mention their accomplishments, what goes on behind the scenes helps set the foundation for the production as well. For the 2016 fall musical,...

Printer Perfect

Printer Perfect

Noah Sacco, Staff Writer

September 19, 2016

At the beginning of the school year, MN received numerous additions to its building. One of these new additions was the installation of printing kiosks in every MPS high school. Each printing kiosk includes two printers that have multiple paper drawers, holding over 1500 sheets of paper. The printers...

An End To Shaming

Christina Youn, Co-Editor

September 19, 2016

On June 16, 2016, Arianna Quan was the first Asian-American to be crowned as Miss Michigan. Born in Beijing and naturalized at age fourteen, her platform was about the acceptance of differences and appreciating diversity. But unfortunately, she was attacked on social media with hateful comments regarding...

Celebrating Positivity

Megan Jenkins, Staff Writer

September 16, 2016

An array of Goldfish crackers sprinkled across the carpeted floor sit in wait for the unavoidable crunch of heavy feet smashing onto their soft and salty texture. “I was walking to my class and I accidentally dropped some pieces, so I picked it up and threw it in the trash. A teacher caught me and...

An urban makeover

An urban makeover

Tyler Collins, In-Depth Editor

May 18, 2016

“Our school is literally surrounded on all sides by cornfields.” The subject that many people joke about regarding the nearly 500 acres of farmland surrounding MN is in the process of being developed according to the April 16th issue of the Omaha World Herald. The northern 260-acre tract of...

One jazzy night to remember

One jazzy night to remember

Anna Bartholet, News Editor

May 18, 2016

At MN you will find one night filled with delicious cheesecake, an enormous amount of energy, and authentic jazz music that will keep your feet moving throughout the evening. This scene, not one of pure fantasy, was found on May 6, during the annual Big Band Dance. This dance is far different from...