The Long Standing Controversy Over Coca-Cola’s Weird Flavors Continues

The Long Standing Controversy Over Coca-Cola’s Weird Flavors Continues

Caroline Davis, Abby Schindel, and Ellie Retzlaff

April 26, 2019


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Coca-Cola has taken on the world and entranced everyone with their pop since 1886. Many flavors and versions have been created from cherry and vanilla to new twists like diet mango and orange vanilla, but there is a long-standing debate about whether or not these new flavors are worth all the hype.  

We Tested Out Five Pens For AP and IB Testing So That You Don’t Have To

We Tested Out Five Pens For AP and IB Testing So That You Don’t Have To

Ava Chen, Staff Writer

April 26, 2019


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It’s that time of year again for many students at Minnetonka High School. It’s time to start pulling out that Barrons textbook, reviewing those notes you wrote ages ago and complete multiple mock tests in the weeks leading up to the day. It’s testing season.

The American Public School Taboo: Sex Education

The American Public School Taboo: Sex Education

Isabella Bennett and Wyatt Mosiman

April 26, 2019


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Whether you learned about it in school, from peers, or elsewhere, you’re probably no stranger to conversations about sex. Sexual education is a staple in health class and a hot topic right now in American media. Shows like Netflix’s Big Mouth and Sex Education are being created with the purpose of sparking conversations about reproductive health, a topic that some may consider too taboo or scandalous for high schoolers.

Laughter Is Being Celebrated All Around The World And That’s No Joke

Laughter Is Being Celebrated All Around The World And That’s No Joke

Abby Schindel, Managing Editor, Feature

April 26, 2019


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What makes people laugh is different for each person. Some might laugh at the sad part of the movie or during an awkward silence, whereas some are more amused by the classic jokes, similar to:

You Batter Believe That Nothing Stacks Up To The History of The Pancake

You Batter Believe That Nothing Stacks Up To The History of The Pancake

Ava Chen and Abby Schindel

March 22, 2019


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Whether it be flapjacks, crepes or Chinese street pancakes, everyone likes some kind of pancake. Sorry if you missed it, but March 12th was National Pancake Day, where you could go to iHOP and enjoy some free pancakes and donate to children battling critical illnesses.

Needing Spring Break Inspo? Popular and Not So Common Places to Visit

Needing Spring Break Inspo? Popular and Not So Common Places to Visit

Caroline Davis and Abby Schindel

March 22, 2019


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Spring break is a time designed for students to get away from school and relax. Many students get away from school by vacationing outside of Minnesota.

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