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Final Words – Liz Nelson

Elizabeth Nelson, News Editor May 18, 2018

Just a little under four years ago, I began a journey that I will never forget. One that, in all honesty, I will miss. I surprise myself when I say that, too. My time here at MN has taught me an array...

Destructive Construction

Elizabeth Nelson, News Editor May 18, 2018

Mile long traffic jams, orange cones lining the streets, and the smell of modernization is all too familiar for the students of MN. This gridlock has been a hassle for everybody involved, and it is only...

Mental Wellness

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

Within MN, there is a vast number of adults  for students to go to for support: teachers, counselors, the school resource officer. Recently, MN moved to add one more person to that list with the specific...

Goin' out swingin'

Goin’ out swingin’

Haley Elder, In-Depth Editor May 18, 2018

Love, laughs and lots of cheesecake filled the gym Friday night for MN’s eighteenth annual Big Band Dance. For the price of $10, an attendant of the dance gets swing lessons, a chance to use those...

Destructive Construction

Liz Nelson, News Editor May 14, 2018

Mile long traffic jams, orange cones lining the streets, and the smell of modernization is all too familiar for the students of MN. This gridlock has been a hassle for everybody involved, and it is only...

Spilling the Tea in Drama Class:
Seniors Elizabeth Hill and Ryan Furlong discuss their piece. Students practiced every day after school for their pieces.

Student Directed, Student Approved

Adrian Enzastiga, Staff Writer May 14, 2018

The lights dim across the auditorium and a wave of silence draws in the crowd. The stage is illuminated and the curtains are drawn. Actors dot the scene, already posed to put on a spectacular show. This...

More Than an AP Test

Robert Carpenter, Staff Writer May 10, 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 for reducing the test-induced...

The Division 1 Team (left to right) Kailash Kalyanasundaram, Srikar Yallala, senior Kasper Hoermann, and junior Khoa Nguyen pose for a picture with their awards they won. This team swept the State competition, and they won overall.

Minutes to Learn, a Lifetime to Master

Abbey Kegley, Staff Writer May 10, 2018

H-1 to G-8. D-8 to F-7. C-7 to F-8. Checkmate. 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...

Industrial Technology teacher Jeff Brady sharpens a lawn mower blade during the clean up day. SkillsUSA serviced 127 lawn mowers this year alone

Lending a Lawn Mower

Austin Uhlig, Staff Photographer May 10, 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...

Hear Ye, Hear Ye, MN is Now in Session

Hear Ye, Hear Ye, MN is Now in Session

Lahari Ramini, Staff Writer May 10, 2018

When the word “court” is imagined, a picture straight out of Judge Judy comes to mind: a big mahogany counter, a judge with a gavel, witnesses giving testimonies on either side of the room, and a jury...

363 days and counting

363 days and counting

Lucy Tu, Opinions Editor March 13, 2018

Every year, nearly 2,000 U.S. children are put on the waiting list for an organ transplant. Though heart and liver transplants may seem like something that only occasionally happens in an over dramatic...

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