Most “Instagrammable” Places and Events To See Over Winter Break

Most “Instagrammable” Places and Events To See Over Winter Break

Gloria Lee, Staff Writer

December 21, 2017

The cold and sleet of the winter season may give some people the impression that it’s a terrible time to take pictures outside; however, there are still a great number of places in Minnesota to take some winter-themed, Insta-worthy photos over break. Here is just a short list of wintry events and locations:

National Art Honor Society: Strengthening Character Through Creativity

National Art Honor Society: Strengthening Character Through Creativity

Karen Rose, Staff Writer

December 21, 2017

The National Art Honors Society (NAHS), a club here at MHS, is a place where creativity and character are strengthened and where students look beyond themselves and use their skills and innovation to serve.

Arts Events in the Twin Cities

Arts Events in the Twin Cities

Sophie Moore, Staff Writer

December 21, 2017

As the holiday season begins to creep up on the Twin Cities, the art scene has also been working overtime, with many perennial as well as new productions and events that would be worth checking out this holiday season.

The Holiday Season Deficit: Why No Thanksgiving Tunes?

The Holiday Season Deficit: Why No Thanksgiving Tunes?

Colette Benoit, Staff Writer

November 27, 2017

Thanksgiving music. A topic that is not mentioned or considered during the holiday season. It is highly probable that many people have never even thought of the prospect of Thanksgiving-themed music; most could not name a single song.  But why is it left out? Is it because of people’s obsession with holiday music, or is it simply because people do not know any Thanksgiving songs?

Breezes November Musician Spotlight: Judith Thomas, MHS English Teacher

Breezes November Musician Spotlight: Judith Thomas, MHS English Teacher

Karen Rose, Staff Writer

November 27, 2017

It is no surprise that MHS houses a great number talented artists— their creations are always showcased along the art hallway walls, and their musical talents shared at the beloved Coffeehouse performances. Not only do students carry this artistic flair, but teachers as well. This Breezes artist spotlight showcases none other than the fabulous Judith Thomas– who has a passion that goes beyond teaching English to high school students.

Music’s Enlivening Effects on Students in a Traditional Classroom Setting

Music’s Enlivening Effects on Students in a Traditional Classroom Setting

Colette Benoit, Staff Writer

October 27, 2017

When a person hears the word “music,” they might not immediately associate it with having any importance or value in education. But in reality, music plays a larger role at MHS than most people think. Music has the ability to influence learning in ways you might not even be aware of.

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