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Senior Abigail Baudhuin and freshman Alyssa Johannes eat food near a gas station May 22. At the final Girls United meeting, the club relaxed and ate food while preparing for next year.

Girls United finishes off strong

Maren Wilsey and Johanna Kaplan June 1, 2023

s the year comes to a close, Girls United hosted their final meeting of the year May 22. According to junior board member Nora Olson, the club spent their last meeting this year contemplating the club’s...

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From teammates to opponents

Abby Bartleson May 26, 2023

Since fourth grade I have been playing lacrosse. This sport has always been a big part of my family and I’s lives, especially now that my younger brother plays lacrosse as well. For every spring that...

Freshman Jacob Skelly starts to run the mile May 5. Park won the mile race with two people placing in the top three: Paxon Myers and Jacob Skelly.

Track eases their way into midway point of the season.

Cole Taylor and Tyler Eoff May 9, 2023

The track team had a meet May 5 at Benilde-St. Margaret’s. They competed against Benilde, Jefferson and Orono. Coach Chris Nordstrom said the track team met his expectations at the meet. “We...

Junior volunteer Rylie Unangst packs mobile orders. National Honors Society students volunteered at Mexico City Cafe Feb. 26.

Fundraising event brings senior class closer

Abby Bartleson February 28, 2023

Every spring, the new graduating class kicks back to celebrate their hard work the past 13 years. This year, parent volunteers decided to host a fundraiser to reach their goal of $25,000 for the senior...

Sophomore Micah Curtis dribbles the ball Feb. 2. Park lost 85-38 to Orono.

Boys’ basketball squashed by the Spartans

Abby Bartleson and Rachel Arkis February 4, 2023

After falling short against Orono Feb. 2, sophomore Micah Curtis said the 85-38 loss served as a wakeup call for the team regarding the importance of teamwork.  “We need to work on being more of a...

Finals are outdated

Finals are outdated

Anisa Kahin January 25, 2023

We are coming to the end of the semester, which means we are receiving our final grades. For some, it’s a good opportunity to change your grades, but for many, it’s a stressful time. Finals week is...

Sophomore Micah Curtis shoots the ball Jan. 20. Park lost against Benilde-St. Margarets 85-61.

Boys’ Basketball falls short against rival

Abby Bartleson, John Hunter, and Zoe Ziessman January 22, 2023

After a back and forth, bustling rivalry game against Benilde-St. Margaret's, Park was defeated 85-61 Jan. 20. Regardless of the loss, sophomore Micah Curtis said the game was a good learning opportunity...

Junior Keegan Hartford dribbles the ball down the court Jan. 17. Park lost against Chaska 47-60.

Boys’ basketball faces tough loss

Zoe Ziessman, Scott Schmidt, and Jacob Perszyk January 18, 2023

After a difficult game, Park lost 72-60 against Chaska Jan. 18. Assistant coach Rob Griffin said he was disappointed with the turnout of the game, and said that the team is still working on playing together. “(The...

Sophomore Javaris Ellis drives to the hoop early in the 2nd half Dec. 17. Ellis had 14 points in Friday evenings loss to Holy Family.

Boys basketball stomped by Holy Family

Jamar Hester Jr and Jacob Perszyk December 19, 2022

After a 93-74 loss Dec. 17, assistant varsity coach Rob Griffin said he wasn't disappointed with the score of the game, he was disappointed with how the team played. “Obviously not the way we wanted...

Is Gen Z too sensitive or not sensitive enough?

Is Gen Z too sensitive or not sensitive enough?

Anisa Kahin November 21, 2022

Being sensitive is a good thing, but being overly sensitive might not be. As someone who is a member of Gen Z, sometimes we have an issue with our sensitivity. Most of the time, we are rightly sensitive...

Birdfeeder starts new year off strong

Rachel Arkis November 21, 2022

After a slow start nearly two months into the school year, the Birdfeeder, Park’s student run food shelf, is back up and running. According to Birdfeeder advisor Abby Lugo, customization is going to...

A new acai bowl restaurant, Nautical Bowls, recently opened up this summer. It’s located at 5327 west 16th street St. Louis Park.

Echo staffer tries acai bowls

Crystal Diaz October 17, 2022

Acai bowls are always a delicious treat . Over the summer, this new restaurant at the West End opened. It is right next to the Icon Movie Theater which is conveniently placed. Finding the restaurant wasn’t...

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