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A family tradition

This story was named a National Winner in the Sports category of the 2008 American Society of Newspaper Editors, Quill and Scroll International Writing & Photo Contest.

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M.A. senior recalls sisters’ survival of I-35W bridge collapse

his story was named a National Winner in the Feature category of the 2008 American Society of Newspaper Editors, Quill and Scroll International Writing & Photo Contest.

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The Hazards of Carrying a Backpack

This story was named a National Winner in the Feature category of the 2007 American Society of Newspaper Editors, Quill and Scroll International Writing & Photo Contest.

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International Project

Minnehaha's international project interns have decided to make Haiti the focus for this school year.

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Using your rights

Making your voice heard is your right …but with it comes responsibility by Brigid Kelly Talon staff writer We know how to listen, think and communicate – some of us have been taught how to use these skills for up to 18 years. Whether it’s a discussion at the dinner …

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Power outage at MA

Squirrel + transmitter = early weekend.

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MISP College Fair

On Oct. 10 Minnehaha Academy held the MISP College Fair where 168 colleges were represented, 16 from Minnesota. 690 students attended the event, and including parents the total number was about 1,500 people in attendance. There were schools from 32 states and two foreign countries. The fair season is over, …

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Hockey season outlook

The Minnehaha boys' hockey team will be faced with some upcoming changes this year, including the addition of a new head coach.

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Alum on Pulitzer Team

Michelle Ma ('03) was part of the Seattle Times staff awarded the 2010 Pulitzer Prize for breaking news reporting. She shares her story with The Talon.

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Tennis season wrap-up

The Minnehaha varsity tennis team ended this year’s season with a 7-8 record. “We had some really tough matches, but we never gave up until the last point,” said freshman Jessamine Von Arx. Although it was a losing season, sophomore Camille Warren and junior Carly Spanjers made it to the …

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