Protests in Chile: The Movement to End Economic and Social Inequality

Protests in Chile: The Movement to End Economic and Social Inequality

Lucia Hill, Copy Editor

December 20, 2019

Chile is home to the largest amount of coastline in South America, prolific artists and writers, and a United-States-fueled military dictatorship. From 1973 to 1990, the country was under the control of Agosto Pinochet, who seized control of the state after a military coup funded by the communist-fe...

Christmas Festivals in Asia

Christmas Festivals in Asia

Chaehyun Lee, Backpage Editor

December 20, 2019

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The A-peeling Artwork That’s Splitting the Art World

The A-peeling Artwork That’s Splitting the Art World

Maira Khurana, Staff Artist

December 20, 2019

           Can a banana be sold for $120,000? Maurizio Cattelan, the famed artist behind controversial works like a gold toilet titled America, has found that indeed one can. His most recent artwork is a series of three slightly overripe bananas duct-taped to a wall in the Art Basel Miami. ...

Patriotism at MHS: Highlights from the Annual Veterans Day Ceremony

Patriotism at MHS: Highlights from the Annual Veterans Day Ceremony

Ari Fogel, Staff Writer

November 22, 2019

Each November, Minnetonka hosts its annual Veterans’ Day Ceremony. Students, parents, community members and staff fill the bleachers of the West Gym for a ceremony honoring the veterans in both in our community and nationwide.  Student Government representatives share powerful anecdotes of the ways their ...

Proceeding with Impeachment: What It Means for the U.S.

Proceeding with Impeachment: What It Means for the U.S.

Sophie Moore, Editor-In-Chief

November 22, 2019

As the 2020 presidential elections grow closer, the country grows tenser, especially since Speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi, announced an impeachment inquiry on September 24th into President Trump’s covert dealings with the Ukrainian government.  The supposedly impeachable offense at hand is a quid pro quo dea...

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...

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