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Meyers reflects on year

Meyers reflects on year

Izzy Leviton

Superintendent Rob Metz said he admires Scott Meyers for his successes as Principal this past year and for leading Park in a positive direction. “I think one of (Mr. Meyers’) bigger goals is just to build credibility with the students, the staff, the parents and the community, because the high school pri...  Read More »

May 24, 2016 • 0 comments

Skate park location meeting to be held

Yonit Krebs

When long time skater senior Lexi Robello heard there would be a meeting on the installation of the new skate park, he said he knew attending would be important. Robello said he was 6 when he started skating. Robello said he finds it important for the meeting on the skate park’s location to be public and...  Read More »

May 19, 2016 • 0 comments

Journalist to speak on new book

Hannah Wolk

Thomas Friedman, a New York Times columnist and three time Pulitzer Prize winner, will speak at the high school May 21 about how St. Louis Park relates to his new book, “Thank You for Being Late.” Friedman said he plans to speak in order to raise money and awareness for the St. Louis Park Public Schools F...  Read More »

May 17, 2016 • 0 comments

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City Entertainment

The Walker showcases Lee Kit

Ellie Meys

  Freshman Maggie Christiansen looks at art and believes it is needed in the world. “Well you see [art] everywhere,” Christiansen said. “I don't really think the world would exist without art.” According to the Walker Art Ce...  Read More »

May 19, 2016

“Jerusalem” connects people through religions

Samyu Yenamandra

When sophomore Ryan Favour walked out of “Jerusalem”, a movie at the St. Paul Omnitheater, he found the way Christianity, Judaism and Islam intersect to be fascinating. According to Kevin McCrea, a Science Museum employee, the movie impacts the comm...  Read More »

May 17, 2016

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Girls’ softball prepares offense for Sections

Girls’ softball prepares offense for Sections

Paige Steward

     Junior captain Anya Lindell Paulson said the team anticipates tough competition for the Sections games. According to Lindell Paulson, the team is doing a good job on its overall team defense. “We've been doing really well this season and really working hard in practice to prepare for some big games in the future,” Lindell Paulson said. Lindell Paulson sai...  Read More »

May 23, 2016

Trap team increases female participants

Genesis Buckhalton

Junior Hanna Fortmeyer said the trap team is a place to grow as a shooter. “It’s a place to compete and improve but also a place to make a lot of really good relationships,” Fortmeyer said. Trap team coach Richard Plantz said despite low participation, the number of girls on the team has increased from past years. “We have more this year; we have more than a squa...  Read More »

May 20, 2016

Play for enjoyment

Jacob Stillman

When first participating in any sort of sporting activity as a child, enjoyment represented the most important aspect of the game. My younger sporting career started with running around all summer long for many years playing Little League baseball. I remember countless afternoons and nights at Skippy Field hitting and playing catch with teammates. My team played to have ...  Read More »

May 20, 2016

Team grows with new routines

Sam Crary

Amanda Loth, the new JV girls’ lacrosse coach, looks to expand team members comprehension of the game. “I try to let players have input as to what we do in practice, that way they tell me what they need to work on,” Loth said. Senior Paige Pinneke said since the start of the season, Loth changed the team’s perspective on how to play lacrosse. “She changed a lo...  Read More »

May 20, 2016

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Freshman connects back to faith

Izzy Leviton

Who do you sing for? “New Hope Church and the Latino ministries. I play the (keyboard) and sometimes I do the guitar, which I am still learning.” How did you get into singing? “Ever since I was a little kid, I always sang with my sisters. I have two twin sisters, (who) ...  Read More »

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Softball and soccer player wins Influence Award

Softball and soccer player wins Influence Award

Genesis Buckhalton

Fellowship of Christian Athletes club member junior Anya Lindell-Paulson said she was astonished and happy to receive the Influence Award, given to someone who shows their faith in Christ. “The influence award is when your Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) coach nominates ...  Read More »

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