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Top 10 Reasons Trees Make for Best Friends: An Ode to Getting Outside in an Indoor World

Anna Geldert, Managing Editor, Commentary May 21, 2021

If you’ve ever had even a single conversation with me, you’ve likely realized I am a huge tree-hugger. In fact, I believe this is already the second or third Breezes article I’ve written where I...

Embrace the Embarrassing

Leyden Streed, Copy Editor May 21, 2021

Towards the beginning of my freshman year of high school, we read Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck in my English class. Ordinarily, we would read the chapters at home as homework, but on this particular...

The Drawbacks of Escapism and Film’s Influence on Me

Annika Tamte, Editor-in-Chief May 21, 2021

Many of my interests and ideas have changed since I was younger. Given my strong liberal beliefs, I think few would believe my earlier status of a Republican who played around three sports at once. Yet,...

Accept What You Can’t Change and Change What You Can

Emil Liden, Managing Editor, Photography/Art May 21, 2021

For the past year or so, it has seemed like everything is out of our control. From COVID to politics, nothing is going right, and we feel powerless to do anything about it. But maybe that’s OK. In these...

Why You Should Play a Sport, Especially if you are Overloaded with Schoolwork

Why You Should Play a Sport, Especially if you are Overloaded with Schoolwork

Preston Chan, Business Manager May 24, 2019
With the school year finally coming to an end, Minnetonka High School seems to be buzzing with excitement for the long-awaited summer. Testing season is over, the weather is starting to get nice, and seniors are preparing for graduation. But for those of you who will be returning next fall, a new school year is probably the last thing on your mind, especially if you’re that person who’s in all AP classes, 15 clubs, and still manages to have a 4.0 GPA. But as a graduating senior who’s had a rigorous academic experience myself, I believe I have some advice that can help you thrive in your remaining years.
Life Lessons I’ve Learned From the Novels I’ve Read for English Classes

Life Lessons I’ve Learned From the Novels I’ve Read for English Classes

Elisabeth Tamte, Managing Editor, Student Life May 24, 2019
While my four years at MHS have seen a wide variety of classes, I’ve always been able to count on my English classes to be enjoyable and applicable. As a self-professed bookworm, I’ve relished the opportunities I’ve had to read exceptional literature every year.
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