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Going through with the Interviews

Thomas Begley, Staff Writer May 19, 2021

Glued to her computer, freshman Ella Ariza searches the internet for tips on how to impress a potential employer.  She is preparing to blow away her interviewer. From making good eye contact to dressing...

Learning Losses

Morgan McCormack, News Editor April 20, 2021

According to the Omaha World Harold the percentage of students failing two or more classes has increased to 11.4% for in-person learners and to 32.6% in the 2020 fall semester for remote learners from...

The legacy of a lifetime

Deeksha Shridher, Staff Writer April 20, 2021

On Feb. 2, 2021, through an email sent out by superintendent Jim Sutfin, the Millard staff was informed that longtime superintendent Dr. Don Stroh had peacefully passed away with his wife by his side. Stroh...

At-home stadium

Cooper Piercy, Staff Writer April 20, 2021

The players on the court seem miles below the stands, and yet, all of their actions; every twitch of their hand throwing the ball back into another dribble, seem microscopically visible. All the sounds,...

After Two Weeks the World Collapsed 

Olivia Torrez, Staff Writer April 14, 2021

Long. Tough. Unpredictable. It was only supposed to be two weeks. Those two weeks last March grew into what felt closer to two years: schools went down, masks went on and the World Health Organization...

Mustang take on landscaping

Aiden Lewald, Staff Writer February 7, 2021

Over the years, Millard North has prided themselves over their aesthetically pleasing campus.  This effort to further beautify the forty-year-old campus continues  as Principal Brian Begley proposes...

College classes, COVID masses

Cooper Piercy, Staff Writer February 7, 2021

What’s worse: having to go through your senior year in high school in the COVID-19 pandemic, or having to go through that pandemic during your first moments of true adulthood in college. Lots of different...

Honoring her legacy

Olivia Torrez, Staff Writer February 7, 2021

The sound of pens filled the classroom as Dierks Bentley’s country music floated through during independent work. Nancy Anderson, a teacher at MN for 25 years, sat at the desk, listening along to her...

Shining bright against the competition

Lily Taylor, Sports Editor February 5, 2021

The air inside Pinnacle Bank Arena went still. The Thunderbirds had done the unthinkable, coming back from a fourteen point deficit in the fourth quarter during the State Basketball Championship. What...

Fighting for equity

Mahika Kanchanam, Staff Writer February 5, 2021

“Until we get equality in education, we won’t have an equal society.”  These words regarding education inequity spoken by Supreme Court Justice, Sonia Sotomayor emphasize a social issue sweeping...

Take the change

Sarah Shelton, Staff Writer February 5, 2021

Have you ever wanted to win $200 for your knowledge of economics? Have you wanted to compete with friends a couple times a year? Economics Challenge is the perfect opportunity for students to quiz their...

Insurrection on Capitol Hill

Maddie Coffin, Staff Writer February 5, 2021

On Jan. 6, 2021, history was made. America experienced the unthinkable. Countries across the world were shocked at what they saw: the Capitol being stormed by hundreds of thousands of Americans, trying...

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