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Mounds View High School's student news site.

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Mounds View High School's student news site.

The Viewer

Mounds View High School's student news site.

The Viewer

Mara Peacock

Mara Peacock, Staff Reporter

Mara is a junior staff reporter, and this year is her first year on The Viewer.


Best of SNO - Soundless storytelling: ASLHS to interpret spring musical

Best of SNO - Sports betting: Teens hit the “slots”

Best of SNO - The teacher shortage crisis

All content by Mara Peacock
The rising trend of overconsumption

The rising trend of overconsumption

The ease of clicking online to buy and sell may be doing serious harm in an age where people seem more and more obsessed with purchasing goods.
Taylor Swifts most mid album?

Taylor Swift’s most mid album?

Taylor Swift's 11th album contains controversial lyrics and forgetful melodies, posing the question: Is this Taylor Swift's most mid album?
Mara Peacock, Features Editor
May 29, 2024
According to a study done by Rutgers University, gambling in young adults ages 18 to 24 has increased by 400% since 2017.

Sports betting: Teens hit the “slots”

Over the past few years, the U.S. has seen a significant increase in the number of teenagers gambling and participating in sports betting.
Mara Peacock and Via Yang
March 30, 2024
A model of what the final Rice Creek Commons development could look like.

TCAAP land development changes

On Jan. 16, 2024, the Ramsey County Board of Commissioners approved a purchase and sale agreement of a 40-acre plot of the Rice Creek Commons development area (formerly the Twin Cities Army Ammunition Plant), Outlot A.
Mara Peacock and Michael Wang
February 26, 2024
Lee at the 2022 US Women’s Chess Championship.

Alice Lee, local chess prodigy

At just 14 years old, Alice Lee from the Mounds View area has become the world’s third youngest female International Master (IM) in chess.
Mara Peacock, Staff Reporter
December 19, 2023
The teacher shortage crisis

The teacher shortage crisis

In schools around the U.S., the teacher shortage problem has only worsened from the COVID-19 pandemic, resulting in schools and students lacking qualified teachers while remaining teachers work harder to pick up the slack.
Lale Akkin, Sidharth Sharma, and Mara Peacock
October 31, 2023
Paul Cicmil directs traffic near the entrance to the north parking lot, chatting with students as they cross the nearby crosswalk.

Who is ‘Paul the Hall Monitor?”

Mara Peacock, Staff Reporter
November 16, 2023
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