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Upping the paycheck

Thomas Begley, Staff Writer May 19, 2021

  Workers put their blood, sweat and tears into the dedication and services they provide for customers. The least we as a society can do to show them appreciation is to boost their pay in order...

Changing into who I am today

Bridget Neville, Front Page Editor May 18, 2021

Coming into MN from my private middle school, I knew approximately eight people and only liked one of them. I was shy, afraid, and lonely.  Changing into the loud, friendly person I am now has been...

Turnover to Empty Stands

Aiden Lewald, Staff Writer May 14, 2021

The camera pans the field, first focusing on the star players, then shifting to the sidelines full of coaches, trainers, and even more players, before it finally lands on the stands.  There is something...

Make life extraordinary

Ever Loveridge , Staff Writer May 13, 2021

It’s hard to believe that in less than two  months, the Class of 2021 will be done with their high school careers. I remember my first day of freshman year looking towards the future and thinking senior...

In the Blink of an Eye

Maddie Coffin, Staff Writer May 5, 2021

On August 14, 2017, I stepped into MN for the first time as a student. I thought to myself that four years of high school seemed like an eternity, and then I blinked my eyes and I’m a few weeks short...

More than just “intense”

More than just “intense”

Isa Luzarraga, Editor-In-Chief May 3, 2021

The descriptor “intense” and I have an interesting relationship. For four years, I have walked through MN with a purpose, always intent to reach my final destination, whether it be my calculus class...

I am one in ten

Bridget Neville, Front Page Editor April 20, 2021

There’s a lot I wish I could tell my younger self: do not get bangs, stop investing all my savings in DuctTape, and maybe spend less time planning my wedding with Zayn Malik. But if I had one thing to...

Pushing the envelope on signing day

Lily Taylor, Sports Editor February 7, 2021

The year was 1989. Jessie Armstead sat in the Loews Anatole Hotel banquet hall in Dallas, Texas. The future five-time Pro Bowler had a big decision to make as the ball cap belonging to his future college...

Divided states of America

Sneha Selvaraj, Staff Writer February 7, 2021

Across the U.S., a record number of 160 million Americans filled out their ballots, and even more obsessively checked the electoral map, watching as each state lit up either blue or red. Unfortunately,...

Constant complaints

Ever Loveridge , Staff Writer February 7, 2021

You're sitting at a lunch table waiting for your friends to join you. You can't help but overhear the conversation of the table next to you. A girl is complaining to her friend about her math teacher,...

Panicking over perfection

Sidney Anderson, Opinions Editor February 5, 2021

“Get on the line.” My stomach drops. I can already feel the ache in my lungs from the running I know is coming. Immediately, I started to analyze what wasn’t good enough in my team’s performance,...

Switch up your schedule

February 5, 2021

English. Math. Science. Core classes are the basis of our education and dominate our school days. As we progress through high school, many feel trapped by the expectation to succeed in these core classes.  And...

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