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Power Outage Strikes MV Two Days in a Row

Power Outage Strikes MV Two Days in a Row

Michael Gennaro, Leon Wang, Janae Lee, and Angie Larson

May 3, 2019


Filed under Front Page, News, Top Stories

Yesterday, on May 2, darkness swept the hallways of Mounds View High School. A power outage had overwhelmed several areas of the school building during fifth hour, and classrooms were forced to adjust to the lack of technology and light. After just getting the power back last night, Mounds View experie...

Why Klobuchar Should Be the Democratic Frontrunner for the 2020 Election

Why Klobuchar Should Be the Democratic Frontrunner for the 2020 Election

Alissa Zhao, Staff Writer

February 27, 2019


Filed under Editorials, News

On a cold February day in Boom Island Park, Minneapolis, Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar announced that she would be joining the field of Democratic presidential candidates running in 2020. A candidate that many people can stand behind, Klobuchar sets realistic goals that can actually be accomplished du...

NHS Induction

Rebecca Li, Staff Writer

November 1, 2018


Filed under News

On Sept. 26, 119 new members were inducted into the Mounds View chapter of National Honor Society, or NHS. NHS is a nationwide organization that recognizes students who demonstrate scholarship, service, leadership and character, the four pillars of NHS, both inside and outside the classroom. The in...

Teacher discipline at Mounds View

Leon Wang, Staff Writer

January 22, 2018


Filed under News

When it comes to discipline in school, many of the rules seem to be quite straightforward. A student handbook depicts guidelines for school attendance to a teacher contract with information detailing similar rules dedicated towards school staff. However, the protocols of discipline may not be as simple...

Russia, Korea stir pre-Olympic talk

Russia, Korea stir pre-Olympic talk

Rachel Ganske and Alexis Larson

January 22, 2018


Filed under News

The 2018 Olympic Winter Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea, will run from Feb. 9 to Feb. 25, with an estimated 90 countries participating in 102 events. The athletes eye an Olympic gold while the countries around the world are also keeping a close watch — but instead focusing on the actions of the major...

A closer look at Mounds View’s new dances

A closer look at Mounds View’s new dances

Jordan Van Laningham, Staff Writer

January 7, 2018


Filed under News, Top Stories

In the past, Mounds View has had all types of dances: Homecoming, Halloween dance, Silverbelle, Neon dance and Prom. This year, Student Council has created a two new dances, and a new schedule for those dances in between Homecoming and Prom. On Dec. 2, the Winter Wonderland dance replaced Silverbelle....

Charity week in review

Charity week in review

Emma Hoyhtya and Ingrid Anderson

January 1, 2018


Filed under News, Top Stories

During the week of Dec. 11 to Dec. 15, Mounds View held a charity week organized by DECA and Student Council. Every year, these two groups have hosted their own week-long charity drives, but this year, the organizations combined their events to get students involved all at once. “We know a lot of drives...

Cast and crew of Mounds View’s fall musical prepare for opening night

Cast and crew of Mounds View’s fall musical prepare for opening night

Rachel Ganske, Staff Writer

November 1, 2017


Filed under News, Top Stories

The Mounds View theater department is looking forward to making a strong impact through their fall musical, Little Women. The new production is set to take the stage in the Mounds View auditorium on Thursday, Nov. 2. The team is continuing to work hard during the final days before opening night to put...

Students affected by Hurricane Maria

Students affected by Hurricane Maria

Michael Gennaro, Staff Writer

October 15, 2017


Filed under News, Top Stories

On Sept. 20, the fifth strongest hurricane to ever hit the U.S. made landfall in Puerto Rico as a Category 4 storm. However, the social and economical problems that have risen from Hurricane Maria have gone largely overlooked. The damage from this storm, far greater than the damage from Irma in Florida,...

Students and players weigh in on the kneeling issue

Students and players weigh in on the kneeling issue

Justin Duffy, Derek Zhu, and Shirley Xieli

October 5, 2017


Filed under News, Sports, Top Stories

Most of the time, the president’s involvement with the NFL is limited to hosting a visit to the White House for the Super Bowl champions. However, in some cases, the president gets a bit more involved. According to ESPN, Richard Nixon went as far as to personally suggest plays to Washington Redskins co...

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