The Immersion Program at MHS Provides Students with Opportunities

The Immersion Program at MHS Provides Students with Opportunities

Jing McIntosh-Yee, Staff Writer

November 26, 2018


Filed under Student Life, Top Stories

The Chinese and Spanish Immersion programs began at Minnetonka in 2007. These programs became available to every student enrolled at any of the elementary schools in the Minnetonka School District.

Paging Through Minnetonka’s Yearbook, Voyager, and its History

Paging Through Minnetonka’s Yearbook, Voyager, and its History

Karen Rose, Staff Writer

November 26, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Top Stories

Minnetonka High School’s yearbook, Voyageur, has been around since our school’s inception in 1952. Each of the 66 editions capture the lives of the students that have walked these halls and the life of the building as well. Google search long enough, and you’ll find a school on a lonely, snow covered hill, with nothing much else around. Obviously, it’s changed quite a bit, and that’s what’s great about yearbooks - they capture a period of tremendous change and memories to last a lifetime. However, the story behind the scenes is just as special.

French Fries: Formal or Fast Food?

French Fries: Formal or Fast Food?

Kerrera Jackson, Staff Writer

October 26, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Top Stories

Now that fall is here, the craving for comfort food is slowly taking over the country, particularly when it comes to french fries. A delicacy that originated in Belgium, french fries have become a staple American comfort food.

Exercising the Benefits of Physical Activity and Its Effects on Academics

Exercising the Benefits of Physical Activity and Its Effects on Academics

Annika Tamte, Staff Writer

October 26, 2018


Filed under Sports, Top Stories

Exercise may seem like an extremely strenuous and daunting task, but there are many benefits to exercising, especially in relation to school.

Contra Theatre Company: The Future of Student Lead Theatre at MHS

Contra Theatre Company: The Future of Student Lead Theatre at MHS

Karen Rose, Staff Writer

October 26, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Top Stories

This summer, the play Spring Awakening took to the stage at the JSB Tek Box in Minneapolis. The show follows a group of teenagers in 19th century Germany who deal with numerous tragedies such as failure in school, abuse, suicide, and rape, all while trying to live up to the rigid expectations of society. These are some tough topics, but that’s precisely why the student-run Contra Theatre Company chose to perform it.

The Infamous Potato: Its Spud-tacular History Has Tater Tot Us So Much

The Infamous Potato: Its Spud-tacular History Has Tater Tot Us So Much

Ava Chen, Staff Writer

October 26, 2018


Filed under Feature, Top Stories

Everyone knows what a potato is. It’s a versatile food, but the potato has gone through thousands of years of trouble to end up on your lunch tray.

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