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Edge of Their Comfort Zones

Isa Luzarraga, Lifestyle Editor April 20, 2020

During the last week in March, senior foreign exchange students Giorgia Spicciarelli and Lina Gaucke arrived at Eppley Airfield, completely unprepared to leave their home they had known for over a year....

‘Outsourced’ to Harvard

Rylie Mendez, Staff Writer March 23, 2020

When they announced his name, the sound was deafening. Hundreds of people stood to clap, and seven MN students roared in support as he walked onto the Sander’s Theater stage. Junior Pranay Mathur laughed...

Bond Issue Bottom Line

Delano Lockhart, Copy Editor March 23, 2020

Failed heating systems, rusted exterior walls, outdated lighting, safety and security issues are all realities facing Millard Public Schools as they enter the new decade. A $125 million bond was proposed...

A Tale of Trades

Sireen Abayazid, Online Editor March 23, 2020

According to Professors Harry Holzer and Robert Lerman, “middle-skill” jobs make up roughly half of America’s employment. Our district has taken special steps to advance education that enables students...

'Don't Panic'

‘Don’t Panic’

Molly Murch, Co-Editor-in-Chief March 23, 2020

“Don’t panic.” Infectious disease experts from The University of Nebraska Medical Center (UNMC) and Nebraska Medicine emphasized this message in their Jan. 21 press conference regarding COVID-19,...

Highlighting Help Hotline

Shruti Chada, Staff Writer February 11, 2020

  The suicide awareness seminar is an event that happens every year. People walk into their MT and gain important knowledge about mental illnesses and the effect that they can have on people....

Freshman Patrick Stolinski makes adjustments to his team's robot. Stolinski plans to take a Robotics class next year.

From Club to Class

Morgan McCormack, Staff Writer February 11, 2020

Just a few months ago, furious chatter and the whirring of various machines could be heard coming from room 1211 after school. Now instead of after school, the activities done in the Robotics club will...

Senior Evan Jolley and former MN student Connor Jolley pose before the game. The final score was 31-20 to the chiefs.

Super Bowl Showdown

Delano Lockhart, Copy Editor February 11, 2020

The roar of 103,219 fans from across the nation became deafening as the Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers made their way onto the field of the  Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida....

Senior Luke Uhlig raises awareness for drunk driving during pep rally. Senior Mia Obure hands out T-shirts to the crowd.

S.A.D.D. truth of drunk driving

Rylie Mendez, Staff Writer November 22, 2019

Drunk driving has affected countless lives. Accidents plague the news and many students know someone directly affected by drunk driving. This year, seniors Luke Uhlig, Allie Anding, and Garret Johnson...

Elaborate election evaluation

Nate Hollenbeck, Staff Writer November 22, 2019

America is  divided, and the approaching election could change the lives of a generation. Many believe that the 2020 election is crucial to the future of America, and it’s only one year away.  The...

Making Mustang Moolah

Anna Pipinos, Staff Writer November 22, 2019

“As I was handing them [the tickets] in, I remember having multiple thoughts crossing my mind about how amazing it would be to win the mini prizes and how even more thrilling it would be to the person...

Junior Calista Rittershaus prances across the football field. Color guard has serparate practices from the marching band.

Blowing up at B.O.A.

Lahari Ramini, News Editor November 20, 2019

“We’ve dreamed of this competition since freshman year,” senior Alice Young said. “It was finally time for that dream to become a reality.” On Oct. 18 and  Oct. 19, the MN band attended the...

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