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BACK IN THE DAY: Pictured is the Cernik family's first skating rink. Built in 1946, the rink was made of simple wood floors and a big top.

The end of Skate Daze

Michelle Keiser, Staff Writer April 5, 2019

The skating rink is lit up with rows of mesmerizing colorful bulbs and a disco ball hangs in the center keeping the retro feeling alive. Music is played while you skate to keep you grooving...

Why not us?

Why not us?

McKenzie Nelson, Co-Editor-in-Cheif April 5, 2019

For the past 37 years MN has earned 38 state championship titles. Even after all that time, there has been one state title that remained elusive to MN: the girls basketball state title. On March 2,...

Snow more learning

Sree Kolli, Online Editor April 4, 2019

“Waking up in the morning to a tweet from Sutfin calling off school because of the snow outside is one of the best feelings I’ve experienced as a high school student,” junior Teju Boinpally said. Usually,...

A computational competition

February 14, 2019

On Saturday, Feb. 2, the computer science club arrived at the UNO College of Informational Science and Technology. They spent the next six hours competing in the 2019 NULLify Capture the Flag Competition. MN...

New year, new classes, new curriculum

Nathan Reed, Staff Writer February 14, 2019

During class registrations, you may have noticed a few differences shown on the course list. There are new classes and changes to the Language Arts curriculum. “We have two new classes, Broadcast...

2-4-6-8 for nationals we await

Anjali Pullabhotla, Staff Writer February 14, 2019

Music blares from the speakers. The crowd watches in awe. Voices rise, crescendoing as time stills, until only one thing, remains: the chants that can only be found at nightly football games, basketball...

Opening up about the shutdown

Lucy Tu, Co-Editor-in-Chief February 14, 2019

“Due to the recent government shutdown, this service is not available at this time. Normal operations will resume as soon as possible. We apologize for any inconvenience.” This message was delivered...

Inch by inch

Rachel Holt, Staff Writer February 14, 2019

     Tights? Check. Hairspray? Check. Leotards? Check. National Championship title? DOUBLE check. The dance team checked off their to-do list one gold at a time at this year’s UDA’s National Dance...

When disaster strikes

Peyton Hainline, Sports Editor December 9, 2018

Roles were assigned, make-up was applied, and costumes were on as students prepared for their big debut. But this act was far from your ordinary theater performance. Rather than future Broadway stars,...

Lights… camera… and a family

Kylie Smith, Staff Writer December 8, 2018

“One-act, as an activity, sounds super cheesy and dumb, but there’s always a place for you in one-act. Everyone belongs,” senior Anish Renukunta said. The one-act has given students a chance to...

Helping get healthy

Sree Kolli, Staff Writer December 8, 2018

Sparkly, bright-colored posters cover surface after surface in the Mustang Express. With signs that say slogans like “#stay hydrated”, the MN dance team is trying to promote one thing that America...

Socks to sell and make all well

Socks to sell and make all well

Michelle Keiser, Staff Writer December 8, 2018

One sock, two sock, red sock, blue sock. With the weather slowly shifting from comfortable to “hide in a mountain of blankets”, warm socks sound like a good investment to fight the toe-biting temperatures....

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