Taylor Bye

All you need is love…right?

Psychological needs for love, belonging lie beneath much of our most common behavior On June 25 1967, about 4 million viewers rushed to television sets in 26 different countries to watch Our World, television’s first live international satellite program. Many artists, both on canvas and in the recording studio, were …

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Gossip’s grip

Recovery from the Burn Book: The addiction to gossip can no longer prevail  The halls of the high school are littered with pages from Regina George’s Burn Book. The bell rings, class doors open, pouring students into the hallway. They bend down, pick up the pages…and explode. The cat-fight of the …

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Assessing Minnehaha’s five-year plan

Minnehaha president Donna Harris focuses on arts, academics, athletics and faith for the future All leaders have a vision. Martin Luther King had “a dream that [his] four children [would] one day live in a nation where they [would] not be judged by the color of their skin but by …

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“Into the Night” with a basement band

Sophomores Ben Erickson, Sam McDonald and Alex Ramos bring their original song from the basement to the studio Picture this: a 15-year-old boy with messy brown hair and hazel eyes sitting in his bedroom strumming an out-of-tune acoustic guitar. He hits a chord. ‘Wow’, he thinks, ‘that actually sounds good.’ …

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High expectations for Hadland

Hadland takes on cross country and chemistry Minnehaha students knew new physics and AP Chemistry teacher Erik Hadland long before he started teaching here. For the last two years, Hadland has been substituting at MA and assistant coaching cross country and track. “I think Hadland is a very caring coach,” …

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A word from the bird

As dictionaries add new words, users adjust to change It’s one of the most ordinary and inconspicuous books on the bookshelf. It’s the oracle that holds the answers to questions such as “what does that mean?” It’s the hero to confused students trying to cram a few more impressive-sounding words …

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Summer arts

Students fill their summer with artistic explorations They look like us. They talk like us. They walk among us. No, they’re not aliens. They are students at Minnehaha. These four students have something in common. They are all apart of elite arts programs around the Twin Cities that are either …

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Thanks a latte

Stonich visits Minnehaha, gives insight on her writing process   “Extra! Extra! Read all about it!” No seriously, read all about it. It was the annual Thanks-a-Latte event on 12 Apr. given in the MA library by the Friends of the Library. As all public events start, it all began …

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