Jordan Erickson

Young tastes switch from sweet to tart

The vibrant crisp red of a pitcher of Kool-Aid calls your name. It may not be the best idea to answer. Although this sweet fruit-flavored drink is nostalgic, Generation Z is less likely to drink it because of its high sugar content.  “These foods very often have a certain tradition, …

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Breaking Barriers

The art of being a woman in medicine “Medicine as a profession is relentless,” said Dr. Angie Thompson, an obstetrician and gynecologist with OB Hospitalist Group and Mayo Clinic. “It is almost like a merry-go-round that’s going very fast. Unless you take time to jump off it or slow down, …

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Cold nose, warm heart

Furry friends prove beneficial for owners’ mental health August 2, 2017 is a day that the Minnehaha community will never forget. “I was in the building that day when the explosion happened,” said Emily Kennett, the assistant to the athletic director. Many people have had traumatic experiences, and their pets …

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Vanilla or strawberry?

Milkshakes from places around the Twin Cities show promising delights A silky taste of milkshake slides up the straw and trickles into your mouth. The chilled milk and creamy ice cream are an adventure for your taste buds. I tried a strawberry and vanilla milkshake from The Bad Waitress, Hi-Lo …

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Farfalle to Pappardelle, it’s better by hand

Learn how to make homemade pasta Making homemade pasta may seem impossible, but with a simple recipe and easy-to-follow instructions, it’s pretty simple. There are four steps in forming the pasta. First, gather ingredients. Second, mix the ingredients together. Thirdly, knead the dough until it is smooth. Finally, roll out …

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Covid vaccines become available

CDC approves multiple COVID-19 vaccines The Covid-19 pandemic has continued on and vaccines have been approved in record time. With the first case happening just about a year ago, two Covid-19 vaccines have been approved for emergency use in the United States. The first vaccine to be approved was the …

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Volunteering during a pandemic

Students continue to serve, despite COVID-19 limits It was a summer day and junior Tessa Bianchi and her family were delivering sandwiches through Caring and Sharing Hands. As they were pulling up to St. Peter’s Catholic Church in Mendota Heights, there was a little kid that said she didn’t like …

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Redhawks (at home) Online: November 30 – December 4

Working from home, again As the pandemic continues on, Minnehaha students began their first week of online school on November 30. Other than working on school work, students have been making the most of their time at home by doing things they enjoy. Photos collected and slideshow created by Jordan …

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Perceptions of people with masks

How communication is affected when you can see only half of someone’s face Mask wearing has begun to be our new normal, at least for the moment. Everyone is trying to get in some sort of routine like they had before COVID-19 hit the world. So, with this new challenge, …

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Students explore cooking and baking

Students explore baking and cooking Many students cooked and baked due to coronavirus break Making guacamole can be a bit of a struggle, especially when you end up going to the hospital. During the digital learning days of the Coronavirus outbreak, junior Annika Sabers was trying to de-pit the avocado …

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