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Cleaning Up Our Act

Cleaning Up Our Act

Natalie Hill, Staff Writer November 4, 2022

Every morning is roughly the same: you get ready and make the drive to school, listening to one of your favorite songs and trying to start your day off right. However, the second you pull into the parking...

Starks’ Start

Starks’ Start

Olivia Torrez, Co-Editor-in-Chief September 28, 2022

Stopping before the main entrance, Matthew Starks takes a breath and fixes his tie. It's been seven years since he last taught at MN. The school has evolved significantly since then, but, then again, so...

Hot Takes on Homecoming

Hot Takes on Homecoming

Mia Castro, Staff Writer September 28, 2022

The sun sets and a feeling of excitement wafts through the warm twilight air as girls brush out their fresh curls, gather their friends, and touch up their makeup for the last time. Guys fluff up their...

Politically Passionate

Politically Passionate

Natalie Hill, Staff Writer September 27, 2022

The National Mall is one of the most recognizable areas in America, featuring famous landmarks such as the Lincoln Memorial and Washington Monument. This summer, it was inhabited by 98 high school boys...

Spirited Stangs

Spirited Stangs

Teagan Lynch, Opinion Editor September 26, 2022

The Millard North Mustangs charge into the lights towards battle, the forever faithful student section closely behind, pushing them towards victory. The general at the front of the herd organizes and inspires...

The Most Magical Performance on Earth

Anuj Singh, Staff Writer May 17, 2022

Every year, millions of people visit Walt Disney World in Orlando. They travel in search of the park’s promised magic, re-discovering their inner child. During spring break this year, many MN Band students...

IB Inspirations and Innovations

Emily Schmucker, Staff Writer May 17, 2022

In IB, students have worked hard all year to put together meaningful and beneficial projects of all kinds. On April 14, students got to display their creativity at the IB showcase. Helping others, developing...

Honor of His Life

Rebecca Jacobsen, Staff Writer May 17, 2022

For 15 years, Brian Begley has had what he would consider the privilege of leading MN as its principal. Now, a journey that began years ago will soon draw to a close. “I will definitely miss our students,...

Mustang Moving Forward

Sadie Hugelman, Staff Writer April 18, 2022

Walking through the halls the skywalk and student computers are new for past Millard North student Jackson Gzehoviak. Although there is the same principal, same teachers, and forensics coach, some things...

Spinning to Dayton

Rebecca Jacobsen, Staff Writer April 18, 2022

In the year 2020, the varsity winter guard team was preparing to travel to the Winter Guard International World Championships for the first time. But, like so many other opportunities in 2020, it was canceled...

Crafting a Stronger Community

Anuj Singh, Staff Writer April 18, 2022

March Madness has started and it’s getting wild. Fans are yelling at the top of their lungs while flashing bright colors across the arena in support of their team. The crowd roars as their favorite college...

Understanding the Unknown

Sneha Selvaraj, Opinions Editor March 1, 2022

As the word “quarantine” first echoed through every household in the U.S., the emerging feelings of confusion and fear were quickly masked by the prospect of wearing pajamas all day and the joy of...

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