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Bonds in a wreck – 3D Art

Bonds in a wreck – 3D Art

Jeman park, staff reporter

November 3, 2015


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Just this past month, Mrs. Imholte’s 3-D Art class created a cardboard replica of an age-old ship. The ship was approximately 10 feet long, 3 feet wide, and 8 feet high. The artwork was featured in the lower-level Commons for a week, showcasing the artistic skills of Imholte’s students.

5 parks in 14 days – Lisa Colbert

5 parks in 14 days – Lisa Colbert

Kallie Slotvig, staff reporter

October 19, 2015


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For their first anniversary, Colbert and her husband packed their bags and flew to San Francisco for a two-week hiking and camping adventure.

Lessons in context

Lessons in context

Jake Rosenow, staff reporter

October 19, 2015


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With notepad and pen in hand, English teachers Beth Baxley, Allyson Manns and Ashley Walter toured Auschwitz to learn more about the Holocaust.

Dress up or sleep in?

Dress up or sleep in?

Tigist Tarekegn, staff reporter

October 19, 2015


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The clothing a person wears tends to lead to preconceived assumptions -- the better dressed a person is, the more respect and attention they receive. Still, some disagree with the importance of daily attire.

From Yangon, Myanmar to Minnesota

From Yangon, Myanmar to Minnesota

Jordan Counihan, Business Manager

September 21, 2015


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New math teacher Aaron Wojahn’s journey to school was a bit longer than most teachers’ morning commutes. Having lived in Myanmar for the last four years, Wojahn traveled 8,000 miles and crossed international borders to accept a teaching position at Mounds View.

DECA adviser emphasizes hands-on learning

DECA adviser emphasizes hands-on learning

Aaron Voiovich, Variety Editor

September 21, 2015


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Bringing a wide diversity of expertise to the table, Allard has the potential to make great improvements to Mounds View in the years to come.

Surface Reflections – Henry Alexander

Surface Reflections – Henry Alexander

Persis Ke, Managing Editor

September 17, 2015


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This summer, Henry Alexander went on a 28-day canoeing trip through Canada’s Woodland Caribou Provincial Park and the Bloodvein River.

Marine Sciences Club bonds at depth

Marine Sciences Club bonds at depth

Emily Moses, Features Editor

September 17, 2015


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Over the summer, while some students were exploring the depths of Netflix for entertainment, their peers were off scuba diving in foreign waters.

The Comprehensive Freshman Dictionary

The Comprehensive Freshman Dictionary

Viewer Staff

August 31, 2015


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Your Go-To Guide to Mounds View High School

Econ Challenge tips the scales – Nationals 2015

Econ Challenge tips the scales – Nationals 2015

Alex Jiang, online editor in chief

May 24, 2015


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Last year was rough for the Mounds View Economics Challenge Team. After placing 3rd nationally in 2013, the team was eliminated at the regional tournament in 2014. The defeat crushed their morale, but this year, the team came back in a big way. “It shouldn’t have come down so close last year,”...

Science Olympiad reaches for the final rung – Nationals 2015

Science Olympiad reaches for the final rung – Nationals 2015

Alex Jiang, online editor in chief

May 24, 2015


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After outstanding results from this year's state tournament and last year's nationals, MV Science Olympiad had something to prove. This year, they pushed once again for the national crown.

Mustang Mocha: a new spin on coffee

Mustang Mocha: a new spin on coffee

Persis Ke, sports editor

April 14, 2015


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Heather Harmon, 10, opens the window to the concessions stand while her classmates Sarah Robotnik, 9, and Ellen Maguire, 9, fill up a water pitcher, fold napkins, and arrange Keurig pods. All three girls are wearing green aprons and a pin with the words “Mustang Mocha” and their name. Once the two...

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