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Facility vandalism locks bathrooms

Facility vandalism locks bathrooms

Dani Orloff and Abby Intveld

April 21, 2019

As sophomore Cal Stokes walks from class to class, he said passing time is not enough time for going to the restroom. “I can end up being late for class and being marked tardy because I have to use the bathroom that’s in a different hallway,” Stokes said. According to Principal Scott Mey...

Staff Editorial: Recent hateful vandalism must not go unseen

Staff Editorial: Recent hateful vandalism must not go unseen

November 15, 2018

St. Louis Park considers itself to be an accepting community. Yet, in the past month, there have been multiple incidents of vandalism driven by hatred at St. Louis Park High School. On Oct. 12, discriminatory graffiti was found on a poster Non-Traditional Academy (NTA) students made with details o...

Fall musical advertisement vandalized

Fall musical advertisement vandalized

Abby Intveld and Dani Orloff

November 10, 2018

Seeing the words “so gay” and “boo” spray painted over theater’s advertisement for “9 to 5 the Musical,” senior thespian president Nietzsche Deuel said she was disappointed at the immature vandalization. “It wasn’t just graffiti, it was directed at our show,” Deuel said. “It was i...

Discriminatory statements written on political poster

Discriminatory statements written on political poster

Abby Intveld and Dani Orloff

November 4, 2018

When freshman Matthew Montanez heard about the discriminatory graffiti, he said he felt driven to voice his opinion on the matter. “We tried to show that everyone is welcome here, no matter your race, religion, or anything else like that,” Montanez said. “Who ever did that, they shouldn’t ha...

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