Stories

Stromberg’s America

Minnehaha art teacher Nathan Stromberg talks about his work.

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Harris brings warmth

New counselor Richard Harris is experiencing his first Minnesota winter ... and bringing the school some West Coast warmth.

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A counselor’s destinations

Caleb Bjorklund not only advises private-school students about their college choices, he also works with young people at a county corrections facility.

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Restaurant review

A review of the Birchwood Cafe, located near Minnehaha's north campus in Minneapolis.

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Use CTRL online

As members of a Christian school, we should conduct ourselves in a higher manner online (and everywhere else too); we should constantly be looking out for others feelings and asking ourselves if what we’re doing is right.

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MA chapels

Minnehaha's chapel interns have the freedom to create meaningful experiences for students each week, but it takes creativity to make it happen.

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Patterson enchanted

In her first year of teaching, Nellie Patterson has found many ways to connect with her students.

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Economy impacts giving

The harsh economy is forcing students to be creative this Christmas.

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SAD this winter?

Got the blues this winter? You and your brain might be suffering from a lack of sunlight and vitamin D.

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Why shopping feels good

Emotions often play unnoticed role in shopping By Kersten Chelgren Talon staff writer For most people, shopping means new clothes or a new video game or new sports equipment, sometimes even things around the house. For other people, shopping takes a totally different meaning. It can become as destructive as …

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