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Mounds View High School's student news site.

The Viewer

Mounds View High School's student news site.

The Viewer

Mounds View High School's student news site.

The Viewer

From Mounds View to the MN Supreme Court: Chief Justice Hudsons distinguished career

From Mounds View to the MN Supreme Court: Chief Justice Hudson’s distinguished career

Appointed by Governor Tim Walz last October, Hudson is the third woman and first Black person sworn in as chief justice in the court’s history. Additionally, she is a Mounds View High School alumna — class of 1975. 
Tyler Quattrin, Print Editor-in-Chief February 18, 2024

Chief Justice Natalie E. Hudson achieved a historic milestone last fall when she became the third woman and first Black person to lead the state judiciary. Her journey from Mounds View High School,...

Pro-life activists rally against Minnesota abortion legislation

The Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life hosts their annual March for Life at the Minnesota State Capitol.
Tyler Quattrin and Maya Gjelhaug January 23, 2024

On Monday, Jan. 22, which marks 51 years since the now-overturned Roe v. Wade ruling legalized abortion, thousands gathered at the Minnesota State Capitol for the annual March for Life.  At noon, buses...

Players watch from the bench during cancer awareness night, which honored Elyse Leiser, a 4th-grade teacher at Turtle Lake Elementary.

ALL1N the fight against cancer

After the death of Erica Bratland, mother of girls basketball player and wife of coach, the Mounds View Girls Basketball team has become dedicated to supporting struggling families in the community.
Via Yang, Staff Reporter January 22, 2024

The Mounds View Girls Basketball team faces other schools twice a week. From different outcomes of wins and losses, the players know the feeling of facing challenges and overcoming failures. From getting...

Prince of Peace Church combats homelessness with tiny home settlement

Prince of Peace Church combats homelessness with tiny home settlement

Churches across Minnesota have begun offering low-cost housing to chronically homeless individuals, supported by new state legislation.
Maya Gjelhaug, Sinim Dhuguma, and Vincent Meyer January 18, 2024

[DEBATE] Should legacy admissions still exist?

[DEBATE] Should legacy admissions still exist?

An exploration of the debate surrounding legacy admissions following the downfall of affirmative action.
Maya Gjelhaug and Sidharth Sharma November 13, 2023

The teacher shortage crisis

The teacher shortage crisis

In schools around the U.S., the teacher shortage problem has only worsened from the COVID-19 pandemic, resulting in schools and students lacking qualified teachers while remaining teachers work harder to pick up the slack.
Lale Akkin, Sidharth Sharma, and Mara Peacock October 31, 2023

Our communitys car dependency

Our community’s car dependency

Unveiling the consequences of car dependency in America, this spread delves into the social, economic and environmental implications of our nation's heavy reliance on automobiles.
Michael Wang, Isabella Kunc, and Isabel Li October 7, 2023

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