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My kind of mascot

My kind of mascot

Kaitlyn Kelly, staff writer November 8, 2018

Senior Marissa Salber felt the stares on her as she walked to her first period. No doubt people were wondering what she was carrying in her arms. Not everyday do you see someone carrying a stuffed horse...

No more monkey business

No more monkey business

Felicia Xiong, Staff Writer October 26, 2018

In the auditorium, there are multiple bands of apes scattered across the stage and knuckle walking through the aisles, beating their chests. They unite on green structures covered in foliage and grunt...

It’s getting chili in here

Kirsten Wandrey, Staff Writer October 26, 2018

The brisk fall air is upon us once again, and the annual autumnal rivalries are taking a forefront in Omaha. Pecan vs. pumpkin pie, Huskers vs. Hawkeyes. At MN, a different kind of competition is brewing—one...

Negative reaction to affirmative action

Lahari Ramini, News Editor October 26, 2018

On  Aug. 30, 2018, the U.S Department of Justice defended a lawsuit against Harvard University for artificially capping the number of qualified Asian-Americans accepted into the school. “Harvard has...

Primary importance

Nathan Reed, Staff Writer October 24, 2018

It’s been another two years and it’s time to start voting again. On Nov. 6, voters will head to the polls to vote in the mid-term elections. Seniors who are 18 years or older are now given a chance...

Dreams with dimensions

Dreams with dimensions

Isa Luzarraga, Entertainment Editor October 24, 2018

Bursts of giggles and scoffs of disbelief echo off the walls of the classroom. Pieces of slightly deformed, multicolored plastic are strewn across the black lab tables. Mr. Pearson walks through the aisles...

New district policy demands an alternative to texting

Anjali Pullabhotla, Staff Writer September 18, 2018

From the beginning of freshman year, activities are an integral part of student life. Through activities, students are able to find themselves in a loving community of friends and, more importantly, mentors....

Getting behind #BeKind

September 18, 2018

“A few weeks after my mom died, I opened a drawer in her room, and I found a sticky note with two words that changed my life: ‘help people’.” On Fri., Aug. 24, Hunter Radenslaben uttered these...

Minutes to learn, a lifetime to master

Minutes to learn, a lifetime to master

Abbey Kegley, Staff Writer May 21, 2018

The game of chess has been around since the sixth century and has made a name for itself as one of the most well-known strategy games of all time. Like any strategy game, it has its casual players, and...

Lending a lawnmower

Austin Uhlig, Staff Photographer May 21, 2018

Spring is in the air, and that means it’s time for spring cleaning. For many, that means pulling out the lawn mower and giving the neglected front yard a fresh cut. The mower is pulled out from the shed...

More than an AP test

Robert Carpenter, Staff Writer May 21, 2018

Many students stress themselves sick over the impending overhaul of doom that we commonly refer to as the Advanced Placement exam. All AP teachers have their own strategies of reducing the test-induced...

Expectations, NEXTpectations

Leily Zhu, Editor-in-Chief and Front Page Editor May 18, 2018

Looking at myself today, I am not the person I wanted to be four years ago. Back then, the person I am today did not exist, in any shape or form. As a freshman, I walked in with expectations for my...

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