Briefs

Psychology students work on final projects

As the bell to signal the end of second period finishes sounding, students gather in the campus room, along hallways and in clusters around the gym: the usual hot spots during FLEX time. Today, a group of about 20 students are meeting in the health room, randomly selected to participate …

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The mystery of the Golden Talon

Today, the second issue of The Talon was distributed. To accompany distribution, Talon staff members chose a single newspaper, rolled it up and tied it with golden ribbon. Staff members Forrest Ahrens, Lucas DiBlasi and Kenny Kiratli decided to hide the newspaper somewhere in the school to create a scavenger …

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Running through illness

On Saturday November 7th, the Minnehaha Academy Boy’s Cross Country team, made up of seniors Chris Schold, Bjorn Anderson and Jacob Gray, junior Gabe Satoskar, sophomore Tristan Tew and freshmen Maxwell Gifford and Anthony Guarnera, ran state along with individual qualifier sophomore Ava Perez Erickson. Aside from the stress of …

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Swim team advances to section finals

The Minnehaha-Holy Angels co-op swim team participated in section preliminaries yesterday at St. Kates. The three relay team participants all advanced to the section final, being held tomorrow. Swimmers on the relay teams were the varsity team, which included junior Olivia Lutter, sophomores Winnie Commers, Caelin Hoben, Grace Percich and …

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Anatomy students dissect deer hearts and lungs

Four deer hearts and lungs were donated to the CIS Anatomy and Physiology class by the Pattison family from their family hunting trip. Mrs. Cripe encouraged students to arrive 15 minutes early to class and examine and dissect the organs. Once getting past the “gross factor,” the students  happily held …

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Junior Advisory Racewalking Championship

Racewalking from Redhawksonline on Vimeo. Juniors hold nothing back in first annual racewalking championship During Flex today, a new tradition was born as the junior boys’ advisories competed in the first annual racewalking championship. The competition, a relay race, was held on the Minnehaha soccer field. Each advisory selected eight students who walked a …

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Debate team carves pumpkins

The debate team had a pumpkin carving contest outside in the parking lot after school today. Junior, Slovak student Adam Hano had never carved a pumpkin before, so the team got together in the spooky spirit to fully show him the American tradition. Principal Jason Wenschlag and various other teachers …

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