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How is the administration trying to make MV better?

Han Vu-Tran and Junha Yoo, Staff Reporters

February 2, 2020

Although the administration implements school policies with the school’s best interests in mind to create the finest environment and community for students and staff, these changes are still considered questionable and remain the focus of student and staff criticism. A prime example of student disappointment wi...

What do students think MV could do better?

Joseph Steil and Blake Friedman, Staff Reporters

February 2, 2020

Mounds View’s administration faces many important decisions when trying to provide the best environment for learning. The administration adapts its policies based on the problems at hand and how it thinks Mounds View could better improve students’ education. Although these changes are meant to impr...

Construction Update

Arthur Nghiem, Staff Reporter

January 8, 2020

Students can easily notice the substantial progress in construction at Mounds View. Over the past four months, construction workers have renovated the commons area, added new classrooms near the nurse’s office and paved the dirt road between the bus parking lot and the school. Of course, many parts o...

MV vs. Irondale

MV vs. Irondale

Amy Binder, Staff Reporter

December 4, 2019

Tensions often run high between Irondale and Mounds View, the two high schools in the Mounds View School District. After hearing jokes made at Irondale’s expense about the drugs, gangs and poor academic performance, I decided it was time to take matters into my own hands. On Oct. 9 at 8:20, I arrived at...

Mounds View, White Bear Lake Cyclists Race During Halftime

Vicky Li, Staff Writer

November 7, 2018

Mounds View High School senior Chihiro Gustafson has been bike racing competitively for four years. On Oct. 17, at an away football game against White Bear Lake, Gustafson bike raced a fellow biker friend, Ian Hase, 12, two times around the White Bear High School track. The event spurred huge fanfare,...

Saints pitchers changeup students’ friday

Saints pitchers changeup students’ friday

Zoe Lindberg, Photographer and Staff Writer

May 30, 2017

Special education students received a visit from some new friends on Friday, May 26th. St. Paul Saints pitchers Seth Rosin, Mark Hamburger and Ken Frosch chatted with the students, gave autographs and posed for pictures. The students were also given the opportunity to meet Saints’ mascot — Mudonna...

Ralph Reeder Food Shelf

Ralph Reeder Food Shelf

Mitchell Mattison and Ameni Hajji

December 22, 2016

One out of every seven people in the U.S. relies on food banks in order to feed themselves and their families. The Ralph Reeder Food Shelf, located in New Brighton, is an organization that works to help those who rely on food banks.

My Sisters’ Closet

My Sisters’ Closet

Toni Baraga, staff reporter

December 22, 2016

The holidays are a time for gift giving, but buying gifts can quickly add up. If students are looking for a cheaper way to buy gifts for family and friends, second-hand consignment shops can be a great option. My Sisters’ Closet offers a wide variety of clothing options at lower prices, making holiday shopping much more affordable.

Run, Natalie, Run!

Run, Natalie, Run!

Sanjana Dutt, staff reporter

November 18, 2016

She stepped up onto the blocks with adrenaline rushing through her whole body. She crouched down, with her legs ready to stride forward and get a lead between all the other runners. She slowly took a deep breath and exhaled as the starter brought up his arm and shot the gun for the race to begin, and the race began.

Mounds View Theater

Shannon Haffely, staff reporter

October 19, 2016

Twice a year, in the fall and in the spring, the Mounds View High School theater program puts on a production in the auditorium. This fall, the students and directors of How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying are working hard not only on stage, but also behind the scenes of the musical, to be ready for show week in early November.

Bonjour, Paris!

Bonjour, Paris!

Marley Jones, gallery editor

September 30, 2016

Images of the Eiffel Tower and fancy pastries come to mind when thinking of France. Last summer, a group of 10 students, including eight from Mounds View, were lucky enough to see these famous French staples firsthand.

On our way to nationals

On our way to nationals

Jack McCoy, staff reporter

May 20, 2016

As the school year nears its end, Mounds View's top academic teams push their competition to the highest level: the national competition.

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