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Wolfpack’s Newest Addition

With the next football season within a few months, change is happening. Former Head Coach, Collin Quinn, stepped down as the football coach in April after seven years of being the coach at Minnehaha out of being a coach for 17 years. This past year he has worked with Chris …

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Seasonal restaurants bring good food to popular sites

Stop for a bite at these eateries when you’re at Minnehaha Falls, Nokomis or Harriet Finally approaches the Summer days, when people come out of their hidey-holes and enjoy the niceties of summer. Walks on the beach, a good amount of tourists, putting suntan lotion on in a cloudy day. …

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From Africa to the Artic

Summer adventures will send Redhawks soaring across the globe Many people spend their sum- mer vacation relaxing, but for some Minnehaha students and teachers, summer will bring travel opportunities stretching from the arctic to Af- rica. Here are a few of their stories. Pilgrimage Four teachers — Wendy Mc- Donald …

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Dylan’s Dose #3

Today I talked to Andrew Karpenko about the 2019 Pops concert.

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Mikey D’s Top Three: Episode #2, Kristin Overton

Study Tips Volume 1 With AP exams and finals just around the corner, it’s a good time to pick up some good study tips from college and guidance counselor Kristin Overton.

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Are phones our friends?

Phones demand our attention when studying “Sometimes I can look up things if I need help to learn more about a topic, but it can negatively affect me when I get distracted if I go on social media,” said junior Trent LeVahn. “I also like listening to music, country mostly. …

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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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Snow on our parade?

Snowy winter may not cause feared setbacks If you live in Minnesota and play a spring sport, you’re probably accustomed to practicing inside for the first few weeks of your season. And this year looked like it was going to be a whole lot worse. In 2019, the Twin Cities …

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Gentlemen’s guide to Prom

Full disclosure, I don’t even know if I’m going to go to Prom and I’ve never been to Prom because I’m a junior, but let’s not act like I don’t know what I’m talking about. ASK HER!!!!!! Let’s set the tone, If you have a girl that you like that …

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Boys Club Volleyball

The MN Boys HS Volleyball Association started in the Fall of 2017 with a few schools from the south suburbs and has since taken off. Minnehaha Academy will join over 50 high schools to compete in the Minnesota Boys High School Volleyball Association starting April 8th. The MN Boys HS …

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