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‘To all the Boys’ sequel does not disappoint

Fair use from Netflix: John Ambrose (Jordan Fisher) holds Lara Jean Covey (Lana Condor) as they greet each other before the dance.

Molly Schochet

February 21, 2020

Months ago, I stood in teacher Alex Polk's room with my friend as we watched the “To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You” trailer excitedly. I couldn’t wait to watch the film and see how Lara Jean (Lana Condor) and Peter (Noah Centineo) handle their new relationship, and after watching it I wa...

Letters of Love starts strong

Seniors Ava Bishop, Lola Ruff and Hannah Odland create cards for sick children during the first meeting of the new club Letters of Love 12/19/19. The club took inspiration from similar clubs from Orono High School.

Colin Canaday and Harris Keekley

January 15, 2020

Letters of Love, a new student-run club dedicated to writing letters to sick children, has a successful first meeting. Senior Maggie Klaers, the founder of Letters of Love at Park, said she is excited to provide new opportunities and an overall positive experience to students. “Letters of Love...

Proposed club strives to create positive impact

Letters of Love is a club where students make cards for children who are patients at the Children's Hospital in Minneapolis. The cards made by the students in Letters of Love are delivered to patients with the goal of putting a smile on their face and improving their day.

Ruthie Posada

November 3, 2019

Once Letters of Love is approved, it will aim to brighten the spirits of patients at Children’s Hospital in Minneapolis by fundraising and delivering cards, according to senior and club leader Maggie Klaers. “Letters of Love is a club where students can come and write cards for kids at Children...

Book club gains fresh perspective

Senior Sam Schug discusses the book

Maggie Klaers, Ruthie Posada, and Emily Ziessman

March 18, 2019

Senior Estelle Tronson said she was prompted to examine her own life by book club's most recent read, "They Both Die at the End" by Adam Silvera. “I don’t read a lot of realistic fiction, but I thought (the book) was good,” Tronson said. “It really makes you think about your life and what yo...

Storiole celebrates Valentine’s Day

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Yonit Krebs

February 13, 2019

To celebrate Valentine’s Day, the Storiole decided to sell flower-grams, according to Storiole worker and senior Alexis Machoka. “The Storiole is doing Valentine’s Day flower-grams and so people can purchase those flower-grams through Maddy Gonzalez or through the store,” Machoka said. Macho...

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