The Student Equity Panel at MHS

The Student Equity Panel at MHS

Hibo Ali, Staff Writer

February 16, 2018


Filed under Student Life

The heavily requested Equity Panel held its second panel the last week of January. The equity panel is made up of a group of leaders of various minority clubs, school administrators, and faculty. This panel aims to promote inclusivity and equality in the school through discussion. Some of the attendees include leaders of GSA, JSU, MSA, and Women and Men of Color.

The Wizarding World of Harry Potter Club

The Wizarding World of Harry Potter Club

Isabella Bennett and Theresah Mienzah-Quarm

February 16, 2018


Filed under Student Life

Every Thursday after school, one of the Port conference rooms becomes a magical place. Harry Potter Club, which is now in its fourth year, is what makes this place so enchanting.

Fall of the Cupids: Administration’s Decision to Remove Popular Tradition

Fall of the Cupids: Administration’s Decision to Remove Popular Tradition

Rebecca Schumacher, Staff Writer

February 16, 2018


Filed under Student Life

A big change has come to Minnetonka this year. After years of conflict, administration cancelled Cupids. For those that are new to Minnetonka, Cupids were groups of seniors boys in ridiculous costumes who, for a fee, would serenade a student’s friends during Heart Week. The goal of these performances was to raise money for the Family Friends Foundation.

School Survey Reveals Why Relationships in High School May Not Be Worth It

School Survey Reveals Why Relationships in High School May Not Be Worth It

Annika Larson, Staff Writer

February 16, 2018


Filed under Student Life, Top Stories

We all are familiar with the high school sweethearts in movies. Love at first sight, school dances and risqué dates at the movie theatre. Cliché couple after cliché couple dance across our TV screens. But how do real high school relationships play out? How does the average Minnetonka student play the dating game?

Breezes Seniors Recommend Courses for Younger Students

Breezes Seniors Recommend Courses for Younger Students

Isabella Bennett, Managing Editor, Student Life

February 16, 2018


Filed under Student Life, Top Stories

Seniors know a lot about the courses offered here at MHS, and with registration coming up, it’s a good idea to talk to the seniors you know if you’re unsure about what classes to take. When talking to the resident seniors here at Breezes, I asked them what course they would highly recommend for students in the younger grades to take.

Keeping Up with MHS Staff: Interviewing Darryl Schorle from the Cove

Keeping Up with MHS Staff: Interviewing Darryl Schorle from the Cove

Ray Shehadeh and Anna Hoffmann

December 21, 2017


Filed under Student Life

For those who don’t know Darryl Schorle, he is one of the stars of the Cove. Through an interview with him, I was able to get a glimpse of his amazing life and his eight years at the Cove. He shared everything, including personal and life-changing moments. In dedication to Schorle’s years at Minnetonka, I asked students to describe him in their own words.

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