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College applications and SATs take a back seat for disaster victims
Freshman English classes participate in privilege walk activity
Protests Against Administration and Dress Code Policy Erupt at Edina High School
Cam High to Change more than 50 Years of Tradition with Graduation Gowns
Let’s Talk Business: Student Starts Fashion Company
Is “Logan” Marvel’s Dark Knight?

Is “Logan” Marvel’s Dark Knight?

Shak Saidjanov, La Salle Catholic College Preperatory

November 20, 2017

When thinking of the current formula for producing blockbuster superhero films, we usually picture dazzling CGI, comic like action, an undeniably evil villain, and a hero...

Stefanie Elsperman uses spiritual blog and group to inspire others

Stefanie Elsperman uses spiritual blog and group to inspire others

Sabrina Bohn, Parkway West High School

November 17, 2017

Stefanie Elsperman, a junior at Washington University in St. Louis, did not have the typical high school experience. Instead of a standard four year high school program, she...

On the boat to success: senior Katy Ward to row at the University of Michigan next fall

On the boat to success: senior Katy Ward to row at the University of Michigan next fall

Susie Seidel, Parkway West High School

November 17, 2017

Following years of creating a name for herself in the rowing world, senior Katy Ward committed to row at the University of Michigan next year, the number one school in the...

Whodunnit? Biology class analyzes ‘artificial vomit’ to solve murder mystery

Whodunnit? Biology class analyzes ‘artificial vomit’ to solve murder mystery

Molly Litvak, Shalhevet High School

November 16, 2017

Holding the test tube as far away as possible, freshman Evy Rosenkranz crossed the classroom hoping that the chunky, brown and smelly mixture wouldn't spill. The substance...

Hope Brigade Club gives hope to cancer victims

Hope Brigade Club gives hope to cancer victims

Francesca D'Urzo, Carlmont High School

November 16, 2017

Among Carlmont’s wide variety of clubs, Hope Brigade Club dedicates itself to spreading cancer awareness and positivity throughout the community, all while commemorating...

College applications and SATs take a back seat for disaster victims

College applications and SATs take a back seat for disaster victims

Lucy Fried, Shalhevet High School

November 15, 2017

For 12th-grade students, the impending college or gap-year experience can consume one’s mind, and becomes the theme of every conversation. But for students affected by...

Why you should bring your mom to a rap concert

Why you should bring your mom to a rap concert

Lanie Malone, Vandegrift High School

November 14, 2017

Last Tuesday, I found myself devastated when two of my friends who were supposed to join me at a No Jumper concert cancelled. The rap concert made me more excited to think...

Digital addiction going viral

Digital addiction going viral

Saijleen Chawla, Starr's Mill High School

November 9, 2017

It has become less common for a person to spend daily activities outside a phone or computer, and such exposure is starting to bring about a new problem called “digital...

Freshman English classes participate in privilege walk activity

Freshman English classes participate in privilege walk activity

November 9, 2017

A hundred students standing on a field. A voice, booming from a tower ahead of them, asking question...

Under the radar

Under the radar

November 7, 2017

The Blue Angels’ ear-piercing shriek as the five jets fly over the Bay Area is the most audible aspect...

Protests Against Administration and Dress Code Policy Erupt at Edina High School

Protests Against Administration and Dress Code Policy Erupt at Edina High School

November 2, 2017

After a year of conflict, Edina High School students seem to have found a common cause behind which to...

Time to dwell on the past

Time to dwell on the past

November 1, 2017

Every now and then, I skim through news articles to keep myself up to date with what’s happening around...

Hope Brigade Club gives hope to cancer victims

Hope Brigade Club gives hope to cancer victims

Francesca D'Urzo, Carlmont High School

November 16, 2017

Among Carlmont’s wide variety of clubs, Hope Brigade Club dedicates itself to spreading cancer awareness and positivity throughout the community, all while commemorating...

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Whodunnit? Biology class analyzes ‘artificial vomit’ to solve murder mystery

Whodunnit? Biology class analyzes ‘artificial vomit’ to solve murder mystery

Molly Litvak, Shalhevet High School

November 16, 2017

Holding the test tube as far away as possible, freshman Evy Rosenkranz crossed the classroom hoping that the chunky, brown and smelly mixture wouldn't spill. The substance...

Recent News Stories

College applications and SATs take a back seat for disaster victims

Freshman English classes participate in privilege walk activity

Under the radar

Protests Against Administration and Dress Code Policy Erupt at Edina High School

Is “Logan” Marvel’s Dark Knight?

Is “Logan” Marvel’s Dark Knight?

Shak Saidjanov, La Salle Catholic College Preperatory

November 20, 2017

When thinking of the current formula for producing blockbuster superhero films, we usually picture dazzling CGI, comic like action, an undeniably evil villain, and a hero...

Recent Arts & Entertainment Stories

Stefanie Elsperman uses spiritual blog and group to inspire others

Class documentary on housing crisis selected for national film festival

Let’s Talk Business: Student Starts Fashion Company

Life On Screen

Why you should bring your mom to a rap concert

Why you should bring your mom to a rap concert

Lanie Malone, Vandegrift High School

November 14, 2017

Last Tuesday, I found myself devastated when two of my friends who were supposed to join me at a No Jumper concert cancelled. The rap concert made me more excited to think...

Recent Opinions Stories

Digital addiction going viral

Time to dwell on the past

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On the boat to success: senior Katy Ward to row at the University of Michigan next fall

On the boat to success: senior Katy Ward to row at the University of Michigan next fall

Susie Seidel, Parkway West High School

November 17, 2017

Following years of creating a name for herself in the rowing world, senior Katy Ward committed to row at the University of Michigan next year, the number one school in the...

Recent Sports Stories

Football Program Reevaluates Concussion Education for Players

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