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Working at the Renaissance Festival

Working at the Renaissance Festival

Anne Goodroad, Staff Reporter

September 15, 2014


Filed under Feature, Royal Spotlight, Showcase

Jousting, juggling, dancing, and exotic outfits are only a few of the surprises a person would find at the Minnesota Renaissance Festival. Mckenna Moe, senior, started working at the festival for the first time this year. She works at a boutique selling scarves. As a part of Moe’s job, she shows...

For Borum, it’s the details that count the most

Danielle Fogelson, Staff Reporter

May 31, 2014


Filed under Feature, Royal Spotlight

When Emily Borum, senior, walks down the hallways of HHS, she is surrounded by strangers. Borum has Prosopagnosia, which makes recognizing the faces of her classmates, and even her close friends and family, a difficult feat. “I could go right past someone that I’ve known for years without realizing...

Six HHS students participate in DECA Nationals

Lucy Pierro, Staff Reporter

May 21, 2014


Filed under Clubs and Activities, Feature

While students were in school at HHS, looking out of classroom windows hoping for the ever-lasting rainy, cold weather to cease, a small number of their peers were missing -- in Atlanta, Georgia, on what some would call a “business trip.” DECA (Distributive Education Clubs of America) is an organization...

Leaders In Business: Michael LeSage President Cargill Risk Management

Leaders In Business: Michael LeSage President Cargill Risk Management

Brian Yu, Business Editor

April 10, 2014


Filed under Feature, Royal Spotlight, Showcase

Michael LeSage, HHS alumnus and the President of Cargill Risk Management, of Cargill Incorporated, a food processing company headquartered in Wayzata Minnesota, says “Mistakes will happen, but it is important to talk about them. If someone feels like they are going to be punished for making a mistake ...

Folk duo performs with HHS orchestras

Lindsey Tradewell, Web Reporter

February 21, 2014


Filed under Clubs and Activities, Feature

The Ericksons, a folk duo of two sisters, will be accompanied by the HHS orchestras Friday, Feb 21 preforming live in the HHS auditorium. After three months of preparation, the HHS orchestra program hosts the annual spotlight concert. As tradition, the spotlight concert is a performance where the H...

HHS debate team finds success in Nebraska

Hannah Boggess, Staff Reporter

February 13, 2014


Filed under Clubs and Activities, Feature

The HHS Debate Team continued to succeed at their most recent tournament. On Jan. 11 and 12, the team competed in the Westside Warrior Invitational in Nebraska. Four varsity debaters and three novices attended the competition. Claire Kueffner and Mia Berman, senior debaters, advanced to semifinals....

Power Shift

Isabella Weisman, Staff Writer

October 24, 2013


Filed under Feature, Royal Spotlight

Students with passion for the environmental movement want to make a shift. A shift towards making a stronger movement to end what hurts the environment. A Power Shift. “The Power Shift Convention’s purpose is to empower youth, get the attention of big oil and coal companies, and show them that we have a ...

Deeply Royal returns after hiatus

Lucy Pierro, Staff Writer

October 24, 2013


Filed under Clubs and Activities, Feature

by Lucy Pierro, staff writer Deeply Royal has made yet another comeback. The team recently lost their coach and found a new coach to keep the dance club intact. Deeply Royal is a hip-hop dance club that practices every week, Monday and Wednesday, from 3pm to 5pm. It has been at HHS for about 12 year...

Oakes and Jenny win homecoming court vote

Oakes and Jenny win homecoming court vote

Isabella Weisman, Staff Writer

October 2, 2013


Filed under Feature, News, Royal Spotlight, Showcase

by Isabella Weisman, junior On Friday, September 27, HHS students gathered in the Lindbergh Center for the 2013 Homecoming pepfest. Everyone watched as the Homecoming Royalty winners were crowned. Every year HHS students nominate their peers to be the Homecoming Royalty. Sophomores are nominated f...

Student Wellness Committee works to become more prominent in HHS student’s lives

October 2, 2013


Filed under Clubs and Activities, Feature

by Lucy Pierro, junior The HHS Student Wellness Committee is striving to promote healthy living among the students around the district. HHS is known for winning awards for their food service throughout the district, offering multiple activities after school to promote exercise, and helping Hopkins schools...

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