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Opening night of “Urinetown”

Tonight is opening night of the Minnehaha Players’ production of Urinetown, a musical that uses satire to delve into themes of capitalism, monopoly and societal issues. The musical is showing at 7:30, tonight (October 27th) through Saturday October 29th, with a 2:00 matinee on Saturday. Urinetown premiered on Broadway in …

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Let’s take a trip down Route 66

As the week draws to a close, the Minnehaha community prepares for the 2016 Minnehaha Spectacular, an event centered on spending quality time with other M.A. families and students while raising funds for academics, arts and athletics. This event promises to be entertaining and enjoyable, with activities such as “Heads …

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The 2016 Madrigal Move

“Our motto is ‘many hands make light work,’” said choir teacher Karen Lutgen, as the student body in the audience grew increasingly restless in anticipation of the coming event. After a few more tips and precautions were given, the dismissal was announced and a mass of students poured out of …

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Kick start of CFE group meetings

Outside, the flecks of wintry white snow drift softly to the ground, coating the trees, tennis courts and clock tower in a thick layer of fluff. Students flock around large orange posters, then, with different destinations in mind, move off towards various areas of the school.  Today was the first …

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Iowa caucus kicks off presidential nominations

The action has begun as all the talk and turmoil of the 2016 presidential election has led to the presidential caucus in Iowa in which the nomination process of the candidates will begin. Although the caucus in Iowa is not by any means a deciding nomination for the presidential candidates, it …

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Snodaze jeopardy

In the spirit of the Snodaze, all of the students gathered in the chapel to watch an intense round of MA related jeopardy. Categories like teacher mashup (with famous people), Johnny Goth impressions, MA twitter handles and couple names were cheered on as the students and faculty battled it out. …

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Sno Daze week begins with an american theme

Today was the beginning of the spirit week preceding the Sno Daze dance this coming Saturday. Last week the theme of the dance was announced as winter wonderland but, in the days leading up to the dance, students will have the chance to wear U.S.A. themed clothing, have a pajama …

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GOP debate breakdown: how each candidate fared

Senior Luke Fraizure—aficionado of politics—breaks down last evening’s debate and grades each candidate’s performance. Donald Trump: A  “Trump probably had the strongest debate of the night. He was just Donald Trump the last five debates and that sufficed for him, but [last night] he broke out of his shell.” Ted Cruz: B+  …

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AP World History students watch Guns, Germs, and Steel

With the second week of second semester hitting the halfway point, students of all grades continue get back into the swing of things and slip back into a normal school routine. In particular, AP World History students are becoming familiar with a new way of testing in class. Unlike first …

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