Creative Arts

Minnehaha’s online student magazine

12 years of Christmas: Quiver 1985

After four days of clippings from old Minnehaha Talon newspapers, this clip comes from the 1985 edition of The Quiver, MA’s student newspaper before The Talon. Written by Lara Hammel and Gerard Hammink, this brief talks about how different language classes and clubs celebrated Christmas. The article talks about Swedish …

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12 years of Christmas: Talon 2001

Day three of our 12 days of Christmas countdown features a 2001 Talon article written by Owen Owen. This clipping describes the top five Christmas movies and how movies play a role during the holiday season. According to this staff writer, the top five Christmas movies in order counting down …

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12 years of Christmas: Talon 2014

Merry Christmas, everyone! Today marks the beginning of the 12 days of Christmas, a traditional stretch of time leading up to the Feast of the Epiphany. Though many individuals today do not celebrate the 12 days of Christmas, they were originally intended to allow Christians to reflect on the meaning …

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Opening night of “Urinetown”

Tonight is opening night of the Minnehaha Players’ production of Urinetown, a musical that uses satire to delve into themes of capitalism, monopoly and societal issues. The musical is showing at 7:30, tonight (October 27th) through Saturday October 29th, with a 2:00 matinee on Saturday. Urinetown premiered on Broadway in …

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Film: In Sync – Prince K

Freshman Kamau Kokayi-Taylor created an original rap in his music video called “In Sync.” With Nicki Minaj’s “Feeling Myself” beat playing in the back, Kokayi-Taylor makes one of the aesthetically pleasing works of art you may have ever seen. Watch it now! IN SYNC- MUSIC VIDEO BY PRINCE K from Redhawksonline …

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Deity Sullivan: Writing

“The Peddles that Remain” – Deity Sullivan After all the flower are picked up And only peddles remain, Small tears of the feeble children cover the desolate place Like morning dew. Furious she was, to her father he went “Father, why must you cast us into sorrow? What makes me …

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