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An opportunity in AP Comparative Gov & Politics

An opportunity in AP Comparative Gov & Politics

Willow Scherwinski, Staff Reporter

April 13, 2018


Filed under Feature, Showcase, Special Coverage

Mr. John Unruh-Friesen, social studies, took his AP Comparative Government and Politics outside of their typical classroom setting to demonstrate the global development. “It's nice to get out of the normal everyday environment and try something new,” Katie Kadoun, senior.

AP Euro and World look to explore the world on Spring Break trip

Willow Scherwinski, Staff Reporter

March 23, 2018


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In hopes of exploring new cultures and experiencing history outside of the textbook, a group of HHS AP World and Euro students embarked on a international journey.

HHS classrooms celebrate Pi Day

Sam Buttress, Staff Reporter

March 15, 2018


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Wednesday, March 14 was a big day at Hopkins High School. The girls basketball team went to the state championship and students participated in a national walk-out. While all these impressive and inspiring feats of students were going on, there was another exciting event being celebrated, a tradition that goes back decades, centuries even: Pi Day.

HHS alumnus drops out of college for new chapter

HHS alumnus drops out of college for new chapter

Riley Lennon, Staff Reporter

February 28, 2018


Filed under Feature, Royal Spotlight, Showcase

Leaving the University of Minnesota for the last time without a diploma in his hand, Roman Moore, HHS alumnus, was ready to start new. He dropped out of college and prepared to begin a new chapter of his life.

Phantom Thread

Phantom Thread

Willow Scherwinski, Staff Reporter

February 23, 2018


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I entered the AMC theater to watch Oscar nominated film Phantom Thread with the viewing expectation of a dramatic love story between a innocent young woman and a renowned dressmaker. When I walked out, that expectation had been shattered. It was replaced with an unanticipated sense of bewilderment. ...

Heart-O-Grams: 2018

Willow Scherwinski, Staff Reporter

February 20, 2018


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Classrooms throughout HHS were filled with heartfelt serenades and blushing students this Valentine's Day with the beloved tradition of Heart-O-Grams taking place.

HHS creates new club: Latin Dance Club

HHS creates new club: Latin Dance Club

Maya Kupritz and Mia Sparrow

February 8, 2018


Filed under Clubs and Activities, Feature

On Monday, February 5, students met in the cafeteria after school for the first ever Latin Dance Club session. It was organized by students Zochitl Contreras, junior, and Camille Clarke, junior. “I first reached out to Camille Clarke, who helped me get it all organized. Then once I had a team of two, three, four people that would help me get it together, I talked to Profe Owen who is our advisor for it and we got it going,” Contreras said.

HHS presents 2018 One Acts

Ayanna Maddox, Staff Reporter

January 29, 2018


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Auditions have commenced, and Royal Production’s 2018 One Act plays are soon to be performed. 7 p.m., Feb. 1, 2, 3, the lights of the HHS little theatre will dim, performers debuting their one act productions.

Sophomore cellist Cassie Ahlgrim leads the way in Sinfonia

Paul Zeitz, Staff Reporter

January 26, 2018


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Passing through the music hall, one can hear a multitude of talented singers, drummers and instrumentalists. One of these skillful artists is cellist Cassie Ahlgrim, sophomore the cello section leader in the sophomore orchestra Sinfonia.

HHS Gender Sexuality Alliance hosts Drag Queen Bingo

HHS Gender Sexuality Alliance hosts Drag Queen Bingo

Maya Kupritz, Feature Editor

January 19, 2018


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On Friday, Jan.19, the HHS’ Gender Sexuality Alliance (GSA) club is hosting its annual Drag Queen Bingo located at Eisenhower Wetlands Café.

HHS looks to expand with new learning spaces

Logan Barham, Staff Reporter

January 16, 2018


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In the recent months, some students may have noticed that their classrooms are becoming a bit more spacious, or maybe adopting some new technology. This is because the school is reconsidering how learning space is being used.

HHS New Years Resolutions

Riley Lennon, Staff Reporter

January 12, 2018


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Jonathan Goins, senior, is setting down his vape for the rest of the year. From Jan 1 to Dec 31, Jonathan plans to not vape at all.

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