The Clash Between Donald Trump and Academy Award Winner Parasite

The Clash Between Donald Trump and Academy Award Winner Parasite

Lucia Hill, Copy Editor

March 20, 2020

Parasite is a South Korean black comedy thriller that completely swept the Oscars and left many who doubted the foreign language film’s success in shock. The film, directed by Bong Joon-ho, follows a family living below the poverty line in Seoul as they scheme their way into becoming employed by an e...

Expense vs. Quality: Are Minnetonka High School’s Lunches Overpriced?

Expense vs. Quality: Are Minnetonka High School’s Lunches Overpriced?

Autumn Eversman, Staff Writer

March 20, 2020

When comparing prices from school lunches at Minnetonka High School to the average high school in the country, Minnetonka obviously has a higher prices. The average lunch price at Minnetonka is $3.15, while at most American high schools charge an average of $2.74; this means Minnetonka staff and stud...

Attention Class of 2020: It’s Time To Ride the Senior Slide

Attention Class of 2020: It’s Time To Ride the Senior Slide

Mary McDonald, Staff Writer

March 20, 2020

As the second semester of the school year begins, many members of the class of 2020 are talking about the “senior slide” and attempting to engage in it. For some, it’s the coveted light at the end of the tunnel: the laziness that it’s finally possible to relax into, especially after Mid-Year...

Super Tuesday and Iowa: The Precursor to the 2020 Presidential Election

Super Tuesday and Iowa: The Precursor to the 2020 Presidential Election

Annika Tamte, Deputy Editor, Commentary

February 14, 2020

Throughout the past year of widely publicized Democratic debates, many of the candidates vying for the nomination have all run under the encouraging promise that their campaign will be the only one able to beat Trump in the 2020 election. Well, the time has come to choose the candidate that will win the...

Political Climate Heats Up: U.S. and The Paris Climate Accords

Political Climate Heats Up: U.S. and The Paris Climate Accords

Sophie Moore, Editor-In-Chief

February 14, 2020

As the 2020 presidential election approaches, the American people, as well as the rest of the world, are paying attention to where the race is leading us. On the one hand, we have a handful of democratic candidates seeking to overturn the incumbent president and to bring an end to the dissatisfaction t...

Protests in Chile: The Movement to End Economic and Social Inequality

Protests in Chile: The Movement to End Economic and Social Inequality

Lucia Hill, Copy Editor

December 20, 2019

Chile is home to the largest amount of coastline in South America, prolific artists and writers, and a United-States-fueled military dictatorship. From 1973 to 1990, the country was under the control of Agosto Pinochet, who seized control of the state after a military coup funded by the communist-fe...

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