If You Didn’t Already Know That I Whaley Like Whales, Here’s The Story

If You Didn’t Already Know That I Whaley Like Whales, Here’s The Story

Abby Schindel, Managing Editor, Feature

May 24, 2019

Any one that knows me or just follows me on Instagram knows that I have a slight obsession. It’s not a slight one, but a huge, constant and slightly insane obsession.

My High School Hockey Experience: Gaining a Sense For Where I Belong

My High School Hockey Experience: Gaining a Sense For Where I Belong

Grace Cruikshank, Backpage Editor

May 24, 2019

I had always imagined that high school hockey would be the pinnacle of my hockey career after playing since I was only five years old.

Using up Leftover Eggs from Easter: Three Recipes Sure to Please Anyone

Chaehyun Lee, Staff Writer

April 26, 2019

With the celebrations of spring that the end of April inevitably brings, many families head to the grocery store to buy eggs. According to AgHires, close to 180 million eggs are purchased each year for Easter festivities. While eggs are traditionally associated with the Easter holiday, they also symbolize the spring season. This protein-packed food is used in an assortment of egg-related activities, from decorating to using them as a prize for an egg hunt.

Preparations for the June Graduation Ceremony at US Bank Begin in May

Anna Geldert, Staff Writer

April 26, 2019

May is a busy time of year at Minnetonka. There’s finals review and cramming in that extra hour of studying before the A.P. exam. There are track meets, and soccer games and an itch to get outside and enjoy the warmer weather. For administration, one of the biggest focuses of the coming month is getting ready for that big event on June 6th: graduation.                   

Going Green: Earth Club Continues to Raise Environmental Awareness

Leyden Streed, Staff Writer

April 26, 2019

The 1970s in America were a time of division and change, facilitated by the rise of anti-war and civil rights movements. In the midst of these cries for progress, the country began taking strides towards environmental responsibility. Many students became more conscious of their environmental impact and made it a public concern. On April 22, 1970, Wisconsin Senator Gaylord Nelson founded Earth Day. Minnetonka Earth Club celebrated on April 22 by giving information about the day and holding activities like trivia at a table in the commons.

Advice on How to Take Advantage of Opportunities to Receive Scholarships

Jing McIntosh-Yee, Staff Writer

April 26, 2019

In the midst of rising college tuition and the daunting student debt crisis, paying for college can sometimes feel like an impossible task. However, scholarships are a critical opportunity to offset the substantial cost of post-secondary education.

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