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Taking over an important role

Mahika Kanchanam, Lifestyle Editor March 1, 2022

As Mr. Begley announced that the 2021 to 2022 school year would be his last working year before retirement, talking came to a stop as students looked at each other, eyes wide open. After Begley’s announcement,...

Covid Omicron

Morgan McCormack, News Editor December 20, 2021

Hospitals are filling to capacity once more as the Omicron variant begins to run rampant, infecting at a higher rate than any of the previous variants of interest (VOI) and variants of concern (VOC). Infectious...

Sparks and Screws

Elias Pipinos, Sports Editor December 17, 2021

Every day, students around Millard North sit in two-seater wooden benches and in old, creaky desks. Somebody has to fix them after a while, and it’s all thanks to Industrial Technology that our desks...

Casting the Die

Olivia Torrez, In-Depth Editor December 17, 2021

Dungeons & Dragons is a fantasy tabletop role-playing game originally designed by Gary Gygax and Dave Arneson. First released in 1974, it has since grown in popularity and editions. The D&D club...

Behind the Debate

Teagan Lynch, Staff Writer December 17, 2021

Spending time after school and reporting for competitions on long Saturdays, debaters practice and work to achieve the victory they deserve. Many don’t see how much effort goes into this activity; it’s...

One Act Wonders

Teagan Lynch, Staff Writer December 9, 2021

Lights illuminate the audience’s faces while students from all sorts of different schools gather backstage, getting ready to perform. One Act means one shot in front of judges. The untraditional theater...

Ornaments for stem and swim

Rebecca Jacobsen, Staff Writer December 9, 2021

Since freshman year, senior Andrew Zheng has been a part of MN’s swim team as a competitor in the 100 meter breaststroke and 200 meter individual medley events. Towards the beginning of his final season,...

The Ultimutt Therapy Dog

The Ultimutt Therapy Dog

November 16, 2021

Standing at the door of his home, Finn, MN’s resident therapy dog since last March, waits to go to work, tail wagging and tongue dangling. Finn is a four-year-old bulldog owned by one of the school...

Serving up Socks

Reema Guda, Staff Writer November 16, 2021

Socks. Though they might be a small piece of clothing that many of us don’t even give a second of thought to, they play a trivial role in keeping us protected during cold weather. With winter right...

A picture worth a thousand words

A picture worth a thousand words

Deeksha Shridher, Staff Writer September 27, 2021

A boy throwing a golden football. A cottagecore girl enjoying a picnic. Two students antiquing old jackets, heirlooms of their families. These are just a few of the many figures depicted on the large...

Locking up cell phones

Sadie Hugelman, Staff Writer September 27, 2021

Imagine walking into your first class of the day. You are finishing up the last level of Temple Run you started last night. You’re so close to beating your high score, but due to a new policy that bans...

A Lasting Legacy

Aiden Lewald, Design Editor September 23, 2021

It has now become the time for MN to say one of its hardest goodbyes. The shoes of a legendary officer will be left behind, ones once filled with kindness, selflessness, and Dum-Dum lollipops.  On...

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