You may think your pack has your back… But does it really?

You may think your pack has your back… But does it really?

Abby Schindel, Feature Editor

September 29, 2017


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We are officially back to school, and with that comes the beauty that is school supplies. The colorful pens and the variety of notebooks and folders could make anyone jump with excitement, even if it’s only the middle of July. But with that excitement comes the two extra notebooks and a 36 pen set that will never be used, making your backpack so much heavier. Having a heavy backpack puts a lot of unnecessary stress on your back and shoulder muscles.

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Looking at the numbers and what they mean for a growing school

Looking at the numbers and what they mean for a growing school

Elisabeth Tamte, Feature Editor

September 29, 2017


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Since its establishment in 1952, Minnetonka High School has steadily grown alongside the increasing population of the Minnetonka-Chanhassen suburban area. However, school growth at Minnetonka has continued well past the point at which the district’s population stabilized. This continued growth can be attributed to the success of open enrollment, which has played an integral part in Minnetonka’s prosperity over the years.

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Mind the Gap

Mind the Gap

Mari Mazarguil, Feature Editor

May 3, 2017


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The end of the year is approaching, and with it, the release of a year of college applications for seniors. Everybody went through the process differently, with varying degrees of procrastination and stress, but it’s finally over. However, some Minnetonka students chose to take another route than college straight out of high school.

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Why We Still Need Feminism

Why We Still Need Feminism

Molly Johnson, Staff Writer

April 28, 2017


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The idea that feminism has already served its purpose in our society and should be quietly put to bed is not a new one. In fact, ever since women have been fighting for their equality with men, they have been told that they have no right to complain.

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Global Spotlight: Greece International Studies

Global Spotlight: Greece International Studies

Anna Hoffmann, Feature Editor

March 22, 2017


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Registration season is finally over, but for those MHS students who signed up for courses that you must apply to, there are still some options yet to be decided. Those who registered for International Studies probably noticed something new this year: Greece International Studies. Since the application for International Studies has not been sent out yet, now is the time to explore this new section of one of the best programs offered here at Minnetonka.

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Class President Rob Dow Comments on Cyclic Struggle to Liberate Ourselves from Ignorance and Apathy

Class President Rob Dow Comments on Cyclic Struggle to Liberate Ourselves from Ignorance and Apathy

Row Dow, Guest Commentary Writer

February 23, 2017


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Breezes Editorial Board: In lieu of our regular monthly editorial, we have decided to showcase this commentary piece by our Class President as it consolidates our beliefs regarding domestic affairs, equality, and religious liberty.

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