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Park puts up a 12-foot Hanukkah menorah to represent what day of Hanukkah it is. This is one of the many ways Park celebrates Hanukkah.

Hanukkah at Park

Audrey Kuendig December 10, 2023

As the Holiday season approaches, Park Jewish Student Union (JSU) students and advisor Mindy Daitchman discuss all things Hanukkah. JSU is talking about the school’s hits and misses in celebrations and...

Senior Griffin Krone steals puck from the opposing team Dec. 6. Park lost 5-2 to the Stars.

Park loses game to big rival

Jamar Hester Jr December 10, 2023

Park faced a big rival this game as they were eliminated from sections last year by Holy Angels. A well battled game against Holy Angels ended in a devastating loss of 5-2 on Dec. 6. According to coach...

Park’s alpine ski team participates in an ugly sweater contest up at Lutsen Mountain Dec. 2. They enjoyed a trip traveling up north to ski as a team.

Traveling as a team

Louisa Augustine December 9, 2023

Traveling alone is fun, but traveling with your friends and teammates can be even better. Traveling together is a great time for team bonding, as well as a great chance to practice and improve your skills...

Freshman Isa Lucas balances on the beam Dec. 5. Park’s girls gymnastics sprung to third out of fourth place.

Gymnastics works on finding their balance

Kayleigh Bishop December 7, 2023

Park’s girls gymnastics placed third out of four teams during their meet at Hopkins Highschool Dec. 5. It was their second meet of the season and despite their loss, head coach Dawn Thielen said the...

Juniors Ari Rose and Lorenzo Romero-Torres solve precalculus problems on the whiteboard Friday Dec. 1. Precalculus classes are exclusively AP this year, so students must take the higher-level class.

Precalc being only an AP option

Kalsang Wangmo December 5, 2023

This year, precalculus is only an AP (Advanced Placement) option, meaning that there isn't any standard-level class that juniors can take. Many students are struggling to keep up with the fast-paced AP...

Best of the year in entertainment

Best of the year in entertainment

Ryan Steinberg, Staffer December 4, 2023

2023 has been an incredibly influential year in all aspects of entertainment — cinema, TV and celebrity drama. This year will surely be remembered for being one of the most important in the advancement...

Freshman Hannora Crouse creates recycling bin toppers Nov. 19. Crouse cuts out cardboard toppers to place on recycling bins for the environmental club’s recycling program.

Exploring the impact of Environmental Club

Kalsang Wangmo and Alex Driver November 22, 2023

Park’s Environmental Club centers its efforts on promoting sustainability within Park through weekly meetings, discussions and planning initiatives. According to junior Kaylee Rice, the most recent...

Black Friday Favorites 2023

Black Friday Favorites 2023

Rylie Unangst November 22, 2023

With the holiday season quickly approaching, Black Friday has historically been the day of deals for many to shop for loved ones and themselves. The marketing and deals while shopping can quickly become...

Photo illustration by Serena Bovee

Recommendation letter troubles

Rylie Unangst November 9, 2023

With college applications looming over this first semester, Park seniors had to follow a process of requesting recommendation letters through the website Naviance. Without proper directions, many seniors...

Sophomore Dahlia Cohen, senior Nora Olson and sophomore Audrey Tuite plan what to write on their poster Sept. 28. Girls United met to discuss Latinx/Hispanic Heritage Month.

Girls United’s school year goals

Ivan Zank October 25, 2023

As the school year kicked off, so did one of Park’s clubs, Girls United. The female-run club focuses on meaningful discussions about misogyny and women around the world. This year they are hoping to...

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After long wait ‘Voir Dire’ produces phenomenal collab

Scott Schmidt, multi media October 17, 2023

After being announced in May of 2021, the collaboration album between The Alchemist and Earl Sweatshirt “Voir Dire” was finally released Oct. 6, and it delivers to the high expectations that were set...

Senior student council president Erik Lindell and senior Saul Zis discuss what homecoming should look like Sept. 21. Student council meets from 7:55 to 8:15 am every Tuesday.

Building student council up again

Ivan Zank October 16, 2023

As student council starts planning the school year's events, they are also prioritizing an internal reorganization. The newest goal of student council comes from observing other schools in the area. Student...

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