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The PropShop

Maneeya Leung, Staff Writer | October 22, 2019

A nonprofit and resale shop, Propshop takes in donated items for either resale or distribution. The proceeds from the shop by basic supplies for families in need, and Family Service provides necessary items to families in need   What you’ll do: Working in the store and donation center, you’ll sort donated items, tag books, organize toys, or work as a cashier. Will it fit into your...

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Volunteer with Bridging

Maneeya Leung, Staff Writer | September 16, 2019

A Minnesota nonprofit since 1987, Bridging “provides donated furniture and household goods to families and individuals transitioning out of homelessness and poverty.”   What you’ll do: As a warehouse assistant, most days will be spent moving, searching and transporting furniture for clients throughout the warehouse. You’ll also unload new donations being dropped off.   Will...

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Zharia Hobbs, Guest Writer | September 23, 2019

Eden Prairie High School has a high reputation that they like to uphold. We’re a respectable, kind, diverse, welcoming school. But that’s not always the case for most minority students here. Minority students are treated differently than white students.  People tend to migrate to where they’re comfortable. Such as we have “walls” like the white wall, black wall, Somali wall, etc. Personally...

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RaiseMe

Mikaylie Sosnowski, Staff Writer | November 11, 2019

Did You Know that you can get paid in scholarship money for getting good grades?   It’s true! RaiseMe is an online startup that helps high school students raise money for college by giving financial awards for commonplace activities, such as club involvement, volunteer hours and getting good grades! The San Francisco organization is funded by the colleges using its platform to offer students...

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Do you know the singular form spaghetti?

Katherine Sun, Copy Editor | October 7, 2019

Sometimes you’ll finish a massive bowl of pasta and there’ll be a lone strand of pasta left clinging to the edge of the bowl. Have you ever wondered what that noodle is called? Well, I’m here to give you some incredibly valuable information – that one trivia answer that’ll show-off your impressively comprehensive knowledge of word forms: The singular form of spaghetti is spaghetto. Similarly,...

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Fall Fashion

Nikko Phillips, Staff Writer and PR Manager | October 9, 2019

Fall is a season for new fashion. New styles, trends and colors. Some great trends and pieces for this season are flannels. Flannels are perfect for layering and very easy to throw on along with a tee or undershirt, and layering during this season is key. Another could be sweaters. With the colder weather approaching, we need to start wearing warmer clothes, and sweaters are perfect. They’re comfy,...

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HOCO Makeup

Srihita Raju, Staff Writer and PR Manager | September 25, 2019

Outfit. Hair. Corsage. Pictures. Dinner. Dance. After party. With all of these things to figure out, it can be hard to find the time or energy to come up with your makeup look for Hoco. This problem gets even harder once you decide you don’t want to have the same exact look as all of your friends. No worries, here is an easy, unique look that will go perfectly with any homecoming outfit.    After...

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Jadan Fix, Grace Peterson, and Danielle Johnson | November 12, 2019

November is a month to be thankful and listen to good new music! We put together some of our favorite songs and a couple new songs for you to stay up to date with everyone.   ROXANNE - Arizona Zervas  Face to Face - Rex Orange County  Bandit - Juice WRLD Lose You To Love Me - Selena Gomez DHL - Frank Ocean Pluto Projector - Rex Orange County  Memories - Maroon 5 Reminder...

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Post Malone Hollywood’s Bleeding

Danielle Johnson, Grace Peterson, and Jadan Fix | October 22, 2019

Post Malone’s new album “Hollywood’s Bleeding” came out on September 6th, 2019. Post Malone is a very popular and upcoming artist for teens and young adults and his new album was much awaited for. People were very excited for it to come out and to see if it lived up to the hype around it. We interviewed a couple people from our high school to see what their opinions on it were. The first question...

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