Julia Carle

Running for a cause

A borehole well — dug by World Vision — gushes in Makalondi, Niger, providing local communities with access to clean water. Photo ©2012 MARIANA CHOKAA/WORLD VISION. Source: http://worldvisionmagazine.org/story/world-water-day-water-around-world By taking on the 2013 TC Marathon, M.A. group will bring clean water to remote African villages It’s 7:30 on a Saturday morning. …

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In depth: Space Station project

Talon staff writer Julia Carle sat down with science teacher Nancy Cripe in September 2012 to discuss what Minnehaha Academy students will do in their International Space Station (ISS) experiment, which will be conducted in Spring 2013. How would you define the ISS program at Minnehaha? The Minnehaha ISS program …

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Finding Christ at Christmas

A call for a return to the true meaning of Christmas in a distracted culture Around 2,000 years ago in a town called Bethlehem, a savior was born in a manger on a heavenly night. I know what you’re probably thinking… “Oh, this is the story of how Jesus was …

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Sounds of CFE week still ring true

Students share reflections on their Cultural Field Experience site visits last March What is one thing that makes Minnehaha Academy unique? Three little letters: C.F.E. Cultural Field Experience this March gave every student in grades nine to 11 the opportunity to learn about others, and for some it was a …

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Jim Wald retires

Director of finance says good-bye after 45 years To most, the end of the school year means three months of relaxation. For some, however, the end of the school year means having to say good-bye. We expect to say goodbye to our graduates, but we must also say goodbye to …

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