I finally figured it out, kind of.

I finally figured it out, kind of.

Rachel Yang, Editor-in-Chief

May 25, 2012

I have shared a bedroom with my younger sister since we were toddlers in a queen-size bed, a ridge of stuffed animals crammed between us. I spent my childhood convinced that my family would someday move into a bigger house, one where I, like everybody else, would have a room all to myself. The room...

Follow @bribrifalk’s time at MHS

Follow @bribrifalk's time at MHS

Bri Falk, Web Editor

May 25, 2012

My MHS highlights in 140 characters or less: #thatawkwardmomentwhen you were a freshman... Game day!! #awwyeah #tonkavball Extreme peppiness today! @TonkaPepFest At the 2010 boys state hockey game! #15 Summers on the lake. #sun #tan My sister >>> Can’t believe I just signe...

Moving forward and leaving behind

Moving forward and leaving behind

Daniel Wang, Commentary Editor

May 25, 2012

I’m graduating. It’s weird saying this, unimaginable, really, that the distant reality that has lurked in the back of my mind for the last 12 years has become the present. In a few months, I won’t be sit- ting here, at my desk in Minnetonka. I’ll be off in college, off at Caltech, a couple...

The first step in a new direction

The first step in a new direction

Austin Redfield, Sports Editor

May 25, 2012

You might remember me as the guy you ate orange slices with during the halftime of soccer games in second grade. Or as the kid who kept stats on our little league baseball team. Or maybe even as someone who spent every spring afternoon at track practice. Whatever the case may be, when we graduate and...

Mae of the farm

Mae of the farm

Mae Hanzlik, Business Manager

May 25, 2012

Graduation parties are done a variety of ways these days. Some opt for a once-in-a-lifetime trip. Some people decide to skip the stressful planning, saying “I’ll just take the money.” Others love the hectic lead up and decide to go all out: the catering, the arena, the whole shebang! As everyone...

“Remember when?”

James Holden, Commentary Editor

May 25, 2012

Walking through the halls of our high school, it is striking just how different I am from the rest of the student body. Being a tall guy, I tower over almost everybody in the school, but I must say, the students of Minnetonka have fantastic scalps. Grade A crowns and some phenomenal hair-parts. In addition,...

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