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Mounds View High School's student news site.

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Viewer Photo Contest Honorable Mentions

Among the numerous submissions, these are the photos that earned honorable mention. Check out our latest issue (Issue 7) to view the winning photos.
March 22, 2024

[STUDENT SUBMISSION] ‘Peace’ by Coco Frank

Coco Frank, Contributer December 17, 2023

Peace What is the meaning of peace And can it exist in this world   I guess peace is a foreign concept The nature of humans Is hate   Like all the people I remember He tries...

PHOTO VIA Mounds View High School H2O for Life Facebook page

H2O for Life: bringing knowledge and water to communities in need

Lillian Landberg, Staff Reporter December 6, 2023

The Mounds View branch of H2O for Life began ramping up during their bi-weekly meetings on Friday morning.  The H2O for Life organization resides not only in Mounds View but all over Minnesota...

Kati Belina jumps into action

Tyler Quattrin, Managing Copy Editor April 24, 2023

Kati Belina was like any other student, until she was called on to save a life.  On March 22, Belina participated in a ride-along with the New Brighton Police Department, which was set up through...

Darb members pose for a selfie before a gig

Keep calm and Darb on

Mounds View's hottest student band discusses band formation, new music
Maya Gjelhaug, Editorials, Good Question & Spread Editor March 31, 2023

Attendees of the winter pepfest will certainly recall the performance from up-and-coming band, Darb, which includes sophomores Liam Neiwert, Brayden Kopf and Jack Knutson, as well as senior Mitchell Lowder....

RAMS reach for the stars

RAMS reach for the stars

Tyler Quattrin, Managing Copy Editor March 31, 2023

The RAMS, Mounds View’s adaptive athletics program, promotes an inclusive culture and provides a platform for all students, irrespective of their physical abilities, to hone their skills and develop...

How can you escape “the bubble?”

Tyler Quattrin, Managing Copy Editor February 28, 2023

Living in a bubble simply means living in a limited reality and being absorbed in one’s own world. It usually means only exposure to a narrow range of perspectives and information. Mounds View’s general...

Environmentalism

Environmentalism

Ariana Eschenbacher, Staff Reporter April 20, 2022

As environmental studies and programs have risen in recent years due to the prevalence of climate change, debate on whether humans should change their actions in order to save the environment has risen...

Conan Gray Concert Review

Conan Gray Concert Review

Sarafina Dillon, Staff Reporter April 20, 2022

The stars were definitely aligned for Conan Gray as he stepped onstage for his debut performance at First Ave, the iconic Minneapolis venue. Gray is a pop singer who released his first album in 2020, followed...

Are Tesla Tunnels Really the Way to the Future?

Are Tesla Tunnels Really the Way to the Future?

Junha Yoo, Editorials Editor April 6, 2022

Trains take up less space, transport more people, are cheaper and more environmentally friendly than cars. Since trains are so efficient, one would expect companies to find ways to improve them. Instead,...

The man behind the Jeep

The man behind the Jeep

Tyler Quattrin, Staff Reporter February 17, 2022

The dark green Jeep is a prominent staple in Mounds View’s East Lot, yet many students are unaware of the driver behind it. Dan Engebretson, Mounds View’s parking lot supervisor, deals with a variety...

Against College Abroad

Against College Abroad

Thierry Thao, Staff Reporter January 26, 2022

Although some students yearn to study abroad, there are many reasons to study at a college in the United States. While studying abroad may help students explore what they want to do and help them meet...

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