How Come Valentine’s Day Hearts Don’t Really Look Like A Real Heart?

How Come Valentine’s Day Hearts Don’t Really Look Like A Real Heart?

Reagan Alexander, Staff Writer

February 16, 2018


Filed under Feature, Top Stories

The heart symbol is known all around the world as a representation of love, but most people do not know its origins. As a result of these ambiguities, there are many different theories explaining where this iconic symbol came from.

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?

Rising Talent Spotlight: Lena Pak, Young Multimedia Student Artist

Rising Talent Spotlight: Lena Pak, Young Multimedia Student Artist

Lena Pak, Staff Writer

February 16, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Top Stories

It’s no surprise that many MHS students excel in the arts. This month’s artist spotlight features Lena Pak, ‘21, who is already making her mark on the school and in the Minnetonka community.

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.

Is Christmas Spirit Becoming Way Too Claustrophobic?

Is Christmas Spirit Becoming Way Too Claustrophobic?

Anna Hoffmann and Isabella Bennett

December 21, 2017


Filed under Backpage, Top Stories

In a little less than a week, Christmas will have come and gone. It seems as if time flies at warp speed, but it also feels like the Christmas festivities started forever-and-a-day ago. Each year, the Christmas commercials start earlier and earlier. Some even begin airing before Thanksgiving. Some stores even start selling their Christmas merchandise before Halloween starts. Each year it feels like Christmas gets more and more commercialized, and because of that, it becomes overwhelming.

Breezes November Musician Spotlight: Judith Thomas, MHS English Teacher

Breezes November Musician Spotlight: Judith Thomas, MHS English Teacher

Karen Rose, Staff Writer

November 27, 2017


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Top Stories

It is no surprise that MHS houses a great number talented artists— their creations are always showcased along the art hallway walls, and their musical talents shared at the beloved Coffeehouse performances. Not only do students carry this artistic flair, but teachers as well. This Breezes artist spotlight showcases none other than the fabulous Judith Thomas– who has a passion that goes beyond teaching English to high school students.

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