A Contemporary Analysis of Minnetonka’s Queer History

A Contemporary Analysis of Minnetonka’s Queer History
November 6, 2020

Notes to the reader: Towards the end of the article, there are brief mentions of suicidal thoughts, so discretion is advised.    2020 has been a unique year - we’ve seen the rise of a pandemic,...

Covid-19 And The Demise of Standardized Testing

October 30, 2020

While it has been a long-time tradition for high school students to study and worry over standardized exams, change may be imminent. Even before the coronavirus outbreak, many universities were already...

Minnetonka Students Fight For Racial Justice

October 30, 2020

Following the death of George Floyd in late May, racial inequality and the overall disregard for the lives of people of color have become topics of conversation seemingly everywhere. Peaceful protests...

How Online School Has Affected Social Interaction

How Online School Has Affected Social Interaction
October 30, 2020

Lonely? You’re Not the Only One.   Many Minnetonka students have been craving social interaction with their friends lately. Although we’ve increasingly relied on FaceTime, texting and sending...

Knowing Whether Your Friend is Okay (And What To Do If They Aren’t)

Knowing Whether Your Friend is Okay (And What To Do If They Aren't)
October 30, 2020

Kids and counselors agree: the start of the school year puts a lot of strain on MHS students. A wave of homework and tests can exacerbate existing family, social or mental issues, and there's no easy way...

Creating Productive Spaces and Habits During E-learning

Creating Productive Spaces and Habits During E-learning
September 25, 2020

“Sorry, could you say that again? Your mic is muted.”  Distance learning is still a challenge for a lot of us high school students, though we’ve come a long way. In March, the switch to e-learning...

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