Tag Archives: seniors

Coronavirus: Staff editorial

For seniors, spring brings lessons you can’t learn in a classroom It is safe to say that the senior class of 2020 has had one of the most unpredictable high school careers in all of Minnehaha history. After our freshman year at the old North Campus building, the August 2, …

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Coronavirus: Life without sports

Gaining new appreciation for sports from its absence March 11, 2020, when the world of sports began to collapse due to the COVID-19 virus. My dad and I were on our way to Indianapolis for the Big Ten basketball tournament. Little did we know that our trip would eventually come …

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Five schools, one class

Seven seniors are the only students to attend all five Minnehaha campuses Seven current seniors have done something that no one else at Minnehaha has done. The group includes Luke Von Arx, Trent LeVahn, Jake McCabe, Scott MacLeod, Bennett Thurow, Sam Harris, and Will Wamre. These students have been on …

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Students adjust to change

Upperclassmen reflect on an unexpected school year After spending the majority of their high school time at North Campus, juniors and seniors are now forced to graduate from a temporary campus in Mendota Heights. Students reacted in different ways. Some were able to deal with the change easier than others. …

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Congratulations, Class of 2017!

…and congratulations, Talon graduates! Front row: Kate Ali and Ella Fredrickson, multimedia specialists and creators of Milk with Ella; Sierra Takushi, story editor; Meena Morar, online editor. Second row: Kenny Kiratli, social media editor; Elliot Dorow Hovland and Jake Frisell, sports editors; Katerina Misa, editor in chief; Reid Westrem, adviser. Photo by …

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Never too late to learn: Gabe Satoskar

A climbing engineer Decelerating over the Nicollet Avenue Bridge, senior Gabe Satoskar makes an acute turn onto De La Salle Drive and drives directly into his concentrated neighborhood on Nicollet Island. Passing Minneapolis’ iconic Grain Belt Beer sign on his left, Gabe pulls into his narrow alleyway and parks his …

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