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Zetzman reflects on time spent teaching in Nevada

Zetzman reflects on time spent teaching in Nevada

Kailey Newcome and Jackie Gaworski

April 13, 2016


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Social studies teacher Jon Zetzman has seen it all: gang fights, drug busts and numerous arrests. Las Vegas and Minnesota have proved to be at least a little bit different.

The math and science guy

The math and science guy

Persis Ke, Managing Editor

April 10, 2016


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Ian O’Neill, former student teacher and current substitute, grew up as a “math and science guy.”

Nature travels over resort destinations

Nature travels over resort destinations

Jake Rosenow, staff reporter

March 14, 2016


Filed under Features, Top Stories

Sisters Ellie Tsai, 10, and Emma Tsai, 11, have been traveling ever since they can remember. Whether they are camping in northern Minnesota or swimming in the Dead Sea in Israel, the assortment of destinations have exposed the Tsai sisters to a variety of diverse cultures.

Behind the funds and festivities

Behind the funds and festivities

Jack McCoy, staff reporter

February 28, 2016


Filed under Features, Top Stories

While student Student Council actively engages in community, their most well-known responsibility is putting on school dances. The council elaborates on the work behind it all.

Co-presidents promote change

Co-presidents promote change

Emily Moses, Features Editor

February 24, 2016


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Volunteering, fundraising for charities and representing the voices of the student body to administration are where presidents Alexander and Grant Delaune, 12, spend most of their time.

More than meetings: Jeffery Ridlehoover

More than meetings: Jeffery Ridlehoover

Alex Jiang, Online Editor-in-Chief

February 6, 2016


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The name “Dr. Jeffery Ridlehoover” is sure to ring a bell for every Mounds View student. They’ve heard him speak at class meetings and have probably seen him observe in their own classrooms—but what Mounds View’s principal does behind-the-scenes remains a mystery to most.

Hairrell in 3D

Hairrell in 3D

Jeman Park, staff reporter

January 20, 2016


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Goofy, energetic, and motivated—these are just some of the qualities often associated with science teacher Jacob Hairrell. From Pink Floyd to astronomy, he has quite a unique story to tell.

…leads to EarthCoreStudios

…leads to EarthCoreStudios

Keller Stephens, staff reporter

January 20, 2016


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You may know them as an ordinary group of teenagers, but the rest of the world sees them as EarthCoreStudios. With total video views hitting nearly 190,000, EarthCoreStudios is a Youtube channel with two goals in mind: making a difference and having fun.

Possehl’s passion for filming…

Possehl’s passion for filming…

Emily Moses, Features Editor

January 19, 2016


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Film buff turned producer, Eddie Possehl, 10, has been pursuing his filmmaking passion for the past five years.

A Field of Antics – Shakespeare Quick Look

A Field of Antics – Shakespeare Quick Look

Keller Stephens, staff reporter

January 13, 2016


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Tomorrow, the MV Shakespeare team will be debuting The Merry Wives of Windsor; here's a first look at the pre-production.

Class for a cause

Class for a cause

David Eldridge, staff reporter

December 14, 2015


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Each year, over 10,000 children are diagnosed with cancer in the United States. To raise money for children's cancer research, Mounds View’s business management class is hosting a fundraiser with a dinner and silent auction.

The Shoe Boy

The Shoe Boy

Kenan Smith, staff reporter

December 14, 2015


Filed under Features, Top Stories

Buying, selling, and trading is his middle name; shoes are his game. Hobby turned business, James Hong’s passion for footwear has led him to an avenue in the business world.

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