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Junior becomes two-time captain

Adam Gips June 10, 2021

For head football coach Jason Foster, junior captain Christian Arteaga was sure to be reassigned captain given his character. “On the field, he’s just a natural leader, brings younger kids along,...

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Senior wins two scholarships for music

Jacob Khabie May 13, 2021

When senior Leo Dworsky heard he had won a highly selective music scholarship, his first priority was celebrating with his family. “I was elated,” Dworsky said. “My family and I, we went and got...

Used with permission from Dahlia Krebs. Picture taken of senior Dahlia Krebs, Sept. 2020. She will be taking a gap year in Israel next school year.

Senior plans gap year abroad

Katie Nelson May 8, 2021

As many seniors prepare their post-graduation plans, senior Dahlia Krebs has different plans than most of her peers. Next year, she will be taking a gap year and traveling over 6000 miles to be part of...

Junior Stanley Regguinti faces off with Benilde-St. Margaret’s player senior Grant Ellings. Park lost to Benilde-St. Margaret’s Jan. 26 with a score of 6-1. Regguinti was recently chosen as a boys hockey captain.

First junior captain chosen for boys’ hockey

Colin Canaday March 23, 2021

Upon hearing he had been picked as a captain for boys’ hockey, junior Stanley Regguinti said he knew what was going to be expected of him. “I (know I) can play a big role as a leader on the team....

Senior Grace Kanyinku will be studying cosmetology at Aveda Arts and Science Institute Minneapolis in the fall of 2021. She plans to open a salon in the future that specializes in African-American hair, as well as give out free haircuts for homeless people.

Senior takes next step towards cosmetology

Maria Perez Barriga March 1, 2021

Through searching online and connecting with a current graduate student, senior Grace Kanyinku realized she wanted to pursue her education at Aveda Arts and Sciences Institute Minneapolis. “When I...

Senior strives for stake in booming eSports industry

Senior strives for stake in booming eSports industry

Grace Schultz February 18, 2021

Seniors Adin Zweigbaum and James Peterson have been working to expand esports to high schoolers by finding new communication strategies. Esports is a way to play video games competitively on a team or...

Used with permission by Clayton Horstman.

Senior competes in log rolling

Abigail Prestholdt December 9, 2020

Senior Clayton Horstman began his journey in log rolling when he saw a picture of a competition posted in an article. He said the sport has allowed him to branch out and develop relations with others.  “I...

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Junior builds her own computer

Jacob Khabie December 7, 2020

When junior Jacy Demcisak felt unsatisfied with the quality of the computer she had, she realized that there was only one option for a replacement that made sense to her. “I wanted to get a computer...

Senior Claire Bargman delivers her soaps Dec. 5. Bargman hand packages the orders in an environmentally safe way.

Bar Squared Soaps aims to assist people for the holiday

Anna Benishek December 5, 2020

Senior Claire Bargman began her small business, Bar Squared Soaps, which sells handmade soaps over an Instagram account (@barsquaredsoaps). She decided that 10% of the proceeds will go towards RIP Medical...

Senior Kendall Coley tips the ball to start the game against Cooper Jan. 7. Coley committed to the University of Nebraska Nov. 11.

Senior commits to Nebraska

Lilia Gonzalez November 30, 2020

Senior Kendall Coley put the pen to the paper, which locked in her commitment to play basketball at the University of Nebraska Nov. 11, National Signing Day. Although Coley verbally committed back in April,...

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Sophomore gives back to the community

Gillian Kapinos November 24, 2020

Starting out as a trip to visit the animals at the Humane Society, sophomore Amelia Mcgregor became inspired to help. Mcgregor said volunteering and helping the community brings her joy. “(Volunteering)...

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Assistant stage manager shines

Gabriel Kaplan November 18, 2020

In his first time filling the role of assistant stage manager at Park, sophomore Meshach Mandel said he has loved working with the cast and crew while organizing the fall play. “I’ve always liked...

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