The Viewer

Boys of winter

Boys of winter

Aman Rao, staff reporter

December 22, 2016


Filed under Sports, Top Stories

The beginning of winter marks the beginning of the Mounds View boys hockey season. Hoping to continue the success of last year’s great season, the boys tried out to demonstrate their skills and earn positions on the ice. They’re now preparing for long, stressful game nights, hungry to bring home some excitement to the Mounds View crowd. With senior captains Wyatt Thole, Colin Baird, Tom Nagle and Spencer Ovshak leading the way, the team has embarked on a new season, one that hopefully ends with the Mustangs as section champions.

Ralph Reeder Food Shelf

Ralph Reeder Food Shelf

Mitchell Mattison and Ameni Hajji

December 22, 2016


Filed under Features, Top Stories

One out of every seven people in the U.S. relies on food banks in order to feed themselves and their families. The Ralph Reeder Food Shelf, located in New Brighton, is an organization that works to help those who rely on food banks.

Remembrance

Remembrance

Kailey Newcome and Amber Zhao

December 8, 2016


Filed under News, Top Stories

On Monday, Dec. 5, 300 to 400 friends and family of Bridget Giere and Stephanie Carlson gathered at the intersection of Highway 96 and Old Highway 10 to commemorate their lives.

A Day At Annie’s

A Day At Annie’s

Aman Rao, staff reporter

November 18, 2016


Filed under Top Stories

In the lively college neighborhood Dinkytown, a three-story restaurant stands out from the others–Annie’s Parlour, a Twins Cities hotspot.

Mounds View Drone Club Wins Nationals

Mounds View Drone Club Wins Nationals

Joe Pasdo, staff reporter

November 18, 2016


Filed under News, Top Stories

Following their regional tournament win in Fargo, North Dakota this past June, the Mounds View Drone Club moved on to compete at the national tournament. After the two day competition in Manse, Indiana, the team emerged victorious, beating the 11 other teams from around the country and taking first place.

Run, Natalie, Run!

Run, Natalie, Run!

Sanjana Dutt, staff reporter

November 18, 2016


Filed under Features, Sports, Top Stories

She stepped up onto the blocks with adrenaline rushing through her whole body. She crouched down, with her legs ready to stride forward and get a lead between all the other runners. She slowly took a deep breath and exhaled as the starter brought up his arm and shot the gun for the race to begin, and the race began.

Mounds View Theater

Shannon Haffely, staff reporter

October 19, 2016


Filed under Features, Top Stories

Twice a year, in the fall and in the spring, the Mounds View High School theater program puts on a production in the auditorium. This fall, the students and directors of How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying are working hard not only on stage, but also behind the scenes of the musical, to be ready for show week in early November.

Designing the Design Space

Sanjana Dutt and Felix Zhang, staff reporters

October 19, 2016


Filed under News, Top Stories

Located in the ILC and what used to be room 220 DE and F, the newly opened design space is a space for innovation and creativity. Created by the school to extend the STEM philosophy, the new design space comes with state of the art 3-D printers and laser engravers that are usable free of charge.

Bonjour, Paris!

Bonjour, Paris!

Marley Jones, gallery editor

September 30, 2016


Filed under Features, Top Stories

Images of the Eiffel Tower and fancy pastries come to mind when thinking of France. Last summer, a group of 10 students, including eight from Mounds View, were lucky enough to see these famous French staples firsthand.

Students view StudentVUE

Students view StudentVUE

Ben Davis, spread editor

September 30, 2016


Filed under News, Top Stories

For many years, the Mounds View School District has used School View for students and parents to check grades, pay for lunch money and register for activities. However, when TIES discontinued School View, the district had to find a replacement.

School board rethinks start times for 2017-18

School board rethinks start times for 2017-18

Emily Moses and Emily Ruan, features editor and editor-in-chief '15-'16

June 2, 2016


Filed under News, Top Stories

After last reviewing start times in 2014 and concluding that it would be economically unfeasible to change them, the School Board has announced new plans to review the issue in the fall of 2016.

GSA leaders frustrated by missing posters

GSA leaders frustrated by missing posters

Kevin Sabeti-Oseid, staff reporter

June 2, 2016


Filed under News, Top Stories

During the current school year, a majority of the Gender Sexuality Alliance (GSA) posters advertising meeting dates have been torn down and vandalized. Although GSA is a school-sanctioned club under Diversity Council, club members believe Mounds View has done little to address the problem.

Mounds View High School's student news site.
Top Stories