Sports Brief: MHS Varsity Football

Sports Brief: MHS Varsity Football

Scott Sorensen, Staff Writer

October 25, 2019

The Minnetonka Skippers have had a tough year so far. From a shutout against Eden Prairie to a heartbreaking one point loss against Mounds View, the Skippers have endured a lot this season. Many students may be wondering what's different this year from past ones, like the 2018 season when Tonka finished...

October Title Page

October Title Page

The Spoop, Managing Editor, Graveyard

October 25, 2019

May the spoop be with you.   ...

Hong Kong Protests: Insight Into the Thirty-Year Conflict for Autonomy

Hong Kong Protests: Insight Into the Thirty-Year Conflict for Autonomy

Ryan Cunningham

October 25, 2019

Hong Kong has been seeing recurring violent protests since June 2019. The protests stem from one bill: the extradition bill that would allow China to try accused criminals from Hong Kong in mainland China. The protesters believe that the bill could lead to citizens being falsely accused of a crime in H...

The Tea On Stan Twitter: The Dangers Of Appropriating LGBTQ Culture

The Tea On Stan Twitter: The Dangers Of Appropriating LGBTQ Culture

Lucia Hill, Copy Editor

October 25, 2019

As social media has evolved, it has allowed for the growth of all kinds of slang and the creation of, essentially, a new language. While the slang on Twitter can allow for the manifestation of a diverse community of stans (the term for multiple fans), what people don’t realize is this popularized sla...

Climate Change: Why Our Governments Aren’t Helping

Climate Change: Why Our Governments Aren’t Helping

Sophie Moore, Editor-in-Chief

September 27, 2019

Andrew Yang, one of the Democratic party’s many candidates running for the presidency, along with other candidates from both sides of the aisle, have branded climate change the “existential threat” of our generation. Yang says that “the right time to deal with this crisis was decades ago”,...

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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