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The student news site of St. Louis Park High School

The Echo

The student news site of St. Louis Park High School

The Echo

Junior Evie Bot observes the Mayan exhibit at the Minnesota Science Museum March 22. Parks AP spanish students went to the Science Museum on a field trip.

Step into the Mayan past

Ruby Viot, Photo Editor March 24, 2024

The Science Museum of Minnesota displays the Maya: Hidden Worlds Revealed exhibit for the first time since the exhibit first debuted in 2013. Park’s Spanish classes got the opportunity to take a field...

A large astronaut at the Science Museum of Minnesota received lots of attention from younger visitors on Nov. 22. The attraction offers a unique interactive experience for all ages.

T-minus to take off

Alan Gardner December 4, 2023

In 1907, the Science Museum of Minnesota was built in downtown St. Paul right on the banks of the Mississippi river. The museum was built with an effort to strike people's curiosity on topics like history,...

Children and parents have been able to play 90s video games at the “Game Changers” exhibit. The exhibit is open from Feb. 15 to May 5 at the Science Museum.

‘Game Changers’ displays retro titles to evasive 3D realities

David Bryant March 19, 2019

The vast, dark room fills with retro video game titles upon entering the “Game Changers” exhibit in the Minneapolis Science Museum. Unlike other exhibits that are only viewed, “Game Changers” is...

In this display, two people are suppose to make different faces through the holes while a third person guesses what emotions they are making. The display is part of the Mind Matters: Mental Health Exhibit at the Science Museum, open until Jan. 6, 2019.

Mental Health exhibit educates in a new way

Tamar Gewirtz October 15, 2018

Affecting over 450 million people worldwide (Minnesota Science Museum), mental illness is an ongoing struggle experienced by many. Few, however, have been successful in their attempts to discover fun and...

“Jerusalem” connects people through religions

Samyu Yenamandra May 17, 2016

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,...

Race: Are We So Different? runs during the normal hours of the Science Museum and is included with a general admission ticket.

Museum seeks to educate about race

Elise Riley March 10, 2016

Sophomore Megan Perkins loves living in a community where people are accepted no matter their race. “I think being part of a diverse community helps us get different opinions about certain things...

AP environmental science teacher Al Wachutka assists freshman Sophia Davenport and Wyatt Gann during a lab in class.

Science department strives for equity

Deanna Afremov November 10, 2015

During its ongoing workshops at the Science Museum of Minnesota, the science department discusses equity and curriculum reform, according to teacher Al Wachutka. Wachutka said the department uses...

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