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“Canning” the recycling program

June 6, 2019

Blue recycling bins are in almost every classroom at MN. Although the bins seem to portray an environmentally positive school, this is not the whole truth. The 2,500+ students do not have the option of recycling at their school, a...

Breaking ACT tradition

June 6, 2019

Most people wouldn’t imagine that anything life-altering could take the form of three letters. However, for high school students everywhere, there are two words with three letters that can change everything: ACT. SAT. ACT an...

An all inclusive Valentine’s day

February 18, 2019

The fragrant, sweet scent of rose petals and chocolate wafts around you as the door opens. You are greeted by dainty, pink and red, crepe paper hearts hung from the ceilings. Your favorite restaurant, fully decked out for Valentine...

Safer schools, safer future

December 8, 2018

On Tues. Oct. 9, a student at Burke High School stabbed his girlfriend in the back multiple times. Then, he attempted suicide. The students had already felt on edge during the week, as rumors of a bomb threat flew around the s...

We’re all in this together

October 26, 2018

Tuesday Night Lights. The football is flying. Pompoms are shimmering. But, this isn’t your typical game. Powderpuff Football, an opportunity for the DECA team  to raise money for charity, has long been a part of our school. U...

POSITIVITY IS #BEKIND OF A BIG DEAL

September 18, 2018

By now, you’ve seen it everywhere- posters, t-shirts, and even your student ID. What is this phrase? #BeKind is Omaha’s new initiative to encourage kindness in schools. In the age of cyberbullying, “13 Reasons Why”, and social me...

Global Affairs: The Deliverance of Indifference

Lucy Tu, Opinions Editor

May 22, 2018

Ten seconds are left on the clock. The game show host pulls out a shiny card and asks the final question for the ultimate prize: “What are the names of the five Simpson family members?” Instantly, your nerves calm, and you readi...

Age: Just a Number

Peytan Schulte, Sports Editor

May 10, 2018

You can legally drive a car at age 16. You can see a rated R movie at age 17. The legal age to vote is 18. Children in Nebraska are considered to be adults at age 19, but at what age does a kid’s opinion count? The Parkland...

Global affairs: the deliverance of indifference

February 22, 2018

Ten seconds are left on the clock. The game show host pulls out a shiny card and asks the final question for the ultimate prize: “What are the names of the five Simpson family members?” Instantly, your nerves calm, and you readi...

‘Lessen the load’ for custodians

January 22, 2018

MN never feels empty. The halls are always buzzing with some sort of activity, whether it is a school production or a team practice or a sports game. But at night, long after students and sports teams have gone home, the hallw...

United in the Spirit of Giving

December 4, 2017

Three minutes seems like an impossibly short amount of time. That’s only half of a passing period. But in that amount of time, MN students and staff were able to raise $3,843.93. MN partnered with the United Way to do a ser...

Votes, Voice, Value

Votes, Voice, Value

October 15, 2017

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