Mind the Gap

Mind the Gap

Mari Mazarguil, Feature Editor

May 3, 2017


Filed under Feature

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.

Why We Still Need Feminism

Why We Still Need Feminism

Molly Johnson, Staff Writer

April 28, 2017


Filed under Feature

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.

Global Spotlight: Greece International Studies

Global Spotlight: Greece International Studies

Anna Hoffmann, Feature Editor

March 22, 2017


Filed under Feature, Top Stories

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.

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


Filed under Editorials, Feature

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.

Five Things To Do This Holiday Season

Five Things To Do This Holiday Season

December 22, 2016


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Backpage, Feature

Skating at the Renaissance Depot Hotel - check online for dates and times - The Depot Skating Rink has been named as one of the top places to skate by USA Today. It is housed in an 1899 Minneapolis train depot, hence the name. The floor to ceiling windows creates the illusion you're outside, and a bonus of the location is that there are food and drinks close by.

Climate Change in 2016: What happened?

Climate Change in 2016: What happened?

Kenna McRae, Copy Editor

December 22, 2016


Filed under Feature

At this point in history, it seems the only things we can be sure of are death, taxes, and a climate that never stays the same. The warm El Niño weather pattern is fading, bringing cool temperatures again. Although, “cool” is an understatement when you live in Minnesota and have to wear your winter coat the entire school day.

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