College Bias at MHS?

College Bias at MHS?

Rachel Y, Feature Editor

November 17, 2010


Filed under Feature

Minnetonka is a district proud of its graduates’ accomplishments, and one of the most obvious examples is the college bulletin board outside the media center, refreshed each year to display the graduating seniors’ post-high school plans. Last year, 92% of graduating seniors enrolled in college—79%...

Serving With a Happy Heart

Serving With a Happy Heart

Rachel Y, Feature Editor

November 1, 2010


Filed under Feature

                We package meals.  We tutor children.  We de-litter parks, shelve books, ladle soup.                 Why?                 Sure, many students at Minnetonka volunteer out of the goodness of their hearts.  These kids, for any number...

Here Today, Gone Tomorrow – The Pop-up Store

Here Today, Gone Tomorrow – The Pop-up Store

Daniel W, News Editor

October 25, 2010


Filed under News

Most everyone is relatively familiar with the seasonal holiday store, a retail location that sells merchandise related to a short season rather than a full year. These seasonal stores are part of a larger group less familiar to most of us: the pop-up store. The term “pop-up store,” true to its name,...

Driving While Under the Influence… of texting

Driving While Under the Influence… of texting

Libby K, News Editor

October 1, 2010


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Your cell phone vibrates. You cradle it in one of your hands while the other holds the steering wheel. Your eyes switch between the road and the screen of your phone as you begin to type a new message. All of a sudden, you hear the dreaded noise of a police siren behind you... Officers have been cracking...

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