Award Winners

The Miracle Worker: “Imitate now, understand later”

“Imitate now, understand later” Actors learn lessons from their roles in theater A door opens and desperate hands grope for something, anything to guide them. Their owner, a young girl, shuffles forward with a doll clutched to her chest. Another woman follows behind her, carrying a heavy suitcase, which slams …

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Hungry for Healing

Art revealing the life behind eating disorders Photos and commentary by Maddie Binning   Up to 30 million people in the United States struggle with an eating disorder according to the National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders (ANAD). Eating disorders have the highest mortality rate of all mental …

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Quietly quite exceptional

A talented Minnehaha freshman handles success in mathematics with humility and a smile.

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The language of equality

A recent survey conducted by The Talon asked freshmen, sophomore and junior boys and girls what they thought about what feminism meant to them and about gender-related inequality issues seen today. The results show that as a whole, the school agrees that equality is key for men and women, but …

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Career Day 2015

Graduates representing many professional fields and courses of collegiate study returned to Minnehaha in March to meet with current students, offering them advice for the future. A few shared their thoughts with seniors Angela Scharf and Kate Brown for Redhawksonline: Career Day 2015 from Redhawksonline on Vimeo.

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Living across the world

Foreign students are forced to face the challenges of studying abroad “It’s hard sometimes, here in America,” said Jimmy Woo, a sophomore at Minnehaha, “I miss my friends and family.” Jimmy, now standing 15 feet or so away from a basketball hoop, looks up, sets and shoots. The brown rugged …

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Exposing the human condition through magic

With all the magic based stories around, what does your mind believe magic should be like? Open your mind and take a look into a medley of it with The Magicians Trilogy There’s a schism in literary fiction that passes unnoticed to the general reader. It travels under the guise of …

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HaYoung Lim: Human Sketch

Senior Hayoung Lim created this human sketch for the AP Studio Art class at Minnehaha.

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Sharks in Space

The 2014-15 International Space Station experiment will explore the effects of artificial shark skin on bacteria growth in microgravity, hoping to improve astronauts’ health conditions. The frigid and dry weather during the winter months takes a toll on the immune system, and anything from the common cold to the stomach …

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Can Redhawks grow beards?

Yes! If it's for a good cause, like NovemBeard.

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