Award Winners

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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Screens vs. sleep: a bedtime battle

Are electronics the new monster under the bed? Why do they keep you from falling asleep? Brush teeth, climb into bed, turn off the lights…turn on the phone. Sound familiar? How about feeling tired in the morning? For many people, using their electronic devices is a major part of their …

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Looking back on Title IX

 Coach, health teacher looks back on forty years of female athletics beginning with Title IX In 1975, only a few years after girls’ basketball became an official sport at Minnehaha Academy, the girls won the school’s first Tri-metro Championship. But even in this proud moment, as the president got up …

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Minnehaha Academy 40th Annual Arena Sale

Video shot and edited by Angela Scharf and Kate Brown. MA 40th Annual Arena Sale from Redhawksonline on Vimeo. Treasure seekers arrive at Minnehaha Academy’s annual fundraiser on September 12, 2014.

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Publications bring secrets to light

When whistle blowers and media unite to expose corruption, American opinion is split “A grandiose narcissist who deserves to be in prison.” That’s how Jeffrey Toobin of  The New Yorker described Edward Snowden in 2013, shortly after the former contractor to the National Security Agency (NSA) leaked to the public …

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Finding Joy

Katie Pope explores the ways that joy brightens our everyday lives.

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AP Free Response Lifesaver

AP Free Response Lifesaver You peel back the plastic wrap and gasp. The worst has happened: the free response question on this A.P. exam might as well have been written in ancient Greek and you have just twenty minutes left. The letters seem to dance on the page with glee …

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