Stories

How to know your studying efficiently and progressively.

Students tend to wonder, “How should I study?” Students need to use their time more efficiently, learn information, and keep in mind how to meet each subject’s requirements. Learning lab teacher, Elaine Ekstedt thinks about the bigger picture, “Well, I think that’s the wrong question,” Ekstedt said. “I think the …

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The truth’s not so hard to find

How can you find truth in all the noise  In a recent poll by Minnesota media outlets, it was found that a year after the 2020 election, 40% of Minnesotans were either not sure if Joe Biden won the presidency legitimately or didn’t think he legitimately won at all. This …

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Some Good Announcements 5/11

In this weeks episode of SGA: Issac Laddasaw’s Independent Research Project Wizard Of Oz Pit Orchestra Virtual Performance Antler Quarantine Photo Contest MA Anatomy Blood Drive MA Fine Arts Showcase – May 19th Delancy’s Dumplings Teacher Shoutout: Chapel Organizer, Mrs. Calvin Grace Anderson Spotlight Triple Threat Finalist River Project Congrats from Mrs. …

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Some Good Announcements 5/4

Publicity Interns in this week’s edition of Some Good Announcements. Learn about: The Motivation Project 3D Printing Face Masks Katie Jane and Her Cheerful Chickens Ms. Lutgen on TikTok Teacher Appreciation Redhawk Senior Signs Alumni Shout-Out Mr. C on the News Rebecca’s Positive Things Fine Arts Showcase – May 19th

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Some Good Announcements 4/27

The publicity interns present the first ever episode of Some Good Announcements, a spin off of John Krazinski’s “Some Good News”

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Boys basketball VS MSHSL rules

Minnehaha Academy’s boys’ basketball is arguably the best high school basketball team the state of Minnesota has ever seen. The roster is made up of eight-division one recruits, with three of them nationally ranked: Jalen Suggs, who’s ranked 5th in the class of 2020; Chet Holmgren ranked 2nd in the …

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Five schools, one class

Seven seniors are the only students to attend all five Minnehaha campuses Seven current seniors have done something that no one else at Minnehaha has done. The group includes Luke Von Arx, Trent LeVahn, Jake McCabe, Scott MacLeod, Bennett Thurow, Sam Harris, and Will Wamre. These students have been on …

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Sports recruiting: more than meets the eye

Sports recruiting: more than meets the eye Students need to be pro-active in getting recruited for many sports Over 460,000 student-athletes will participate in the various 24 sports that the NCAA has to offer in 2019. Each athlete has a unique path on their recruiting journey and variables such as …

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One on one with Chet Holmgren

Talon sports editor Jake McCabe spoke with junior Chet Holmgren recently about playing basketball with his friends, a summer filled with camps and tournaments, and a new school year filled with visits from college recruiters. What was your favorite memory from the AAU season? My favorite memory would probably be …

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Steve Grove brings Silicon Valley back home

Minnesota ranks 47th in the country in terms of racial integration and 44th for progress in addressing this issue. These stats are exactly what new Commissioner of Employment & Economic Development of Minnesota Steve Grove is trying to remedy. Grove is a Minnesota native turned Google News Lab director who …

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