Favorite Staff at Denfeld

January 31, 2017

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Favorite Staff at Denfeld Alex Hanson Staff Reporter   Denfeld is an all-around great school. You can meet many new faces, have fun, and for obvious reasons, learn. When it comes to meeting new people, students are...

Boys vs. Girls sports

Pete Smith, General Reporter

January 31, 2017

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A few hours before the men's Tour de France arrived in Paris on July 27th 2014, a group of women cyclists biked up the Champs Elysees. It is a race called the La Course which is a one day event organized by the people who made the Tou...

Bye Obama, Hello Trump!

Natchez Ballinger, Staff Reporter

January 31, 2017

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Bye Obama, Hello Trump! By: Natchez Ballinger Staff Reporter   Former President Barack Obama was elected November 4, 2008 & he has done much to serve his country as being the president that found and kille...

Mental Health Awareness

January 31, 2017

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Steps to loving yourself Chyana Levine Staff Reporter   According to the NCCP, approximately 20% of teenagers have a diagnosable mental disorder, yet so many kids go through life not knowing or being afraid to speak ...

Do leaders have moral obligations?

Bailey Mae-Johnson, News Section Editor

January 31, 2017

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Bailey Mae-Johnson Do leaders have moral obligations? Section Editor As of late, the leadership of this country and of the world as a whole has been a hotly debated topic, What makes a good leader? What qualifies a person...

Manners at Denfeld

January 10, 2017

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The manners at Denfeld High school has come into question in the last few years. Denfeld is in the middle of the west Duluth community. The community has had problems with students fighting, loitering and doing illegal activities. ...

Messa di Voce and Solid Gold Gig

Mackenzie Stenstrom, Staff Reporter

December 16, 2016

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  December is a very busy time of year for our choirs Messa di Voce, formerly known as Little Mob, and Solid Gold. Along with performing at school events, they also go out to the community and perform for the public. Th...

Senior Slide

Tyson Hughes, Ad-Team

December 16, 2016

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Procrastination By: Tyson Hughes Ad-Team   Late assignments, avoiding homework, and sliding are all a part of procrastination. There are ways to avoid it and ways that we feed into it. Either way it happens every...

Educators Discuss Inequalities Between Schools

Sophie Finch-Newkirk, Section Editor

December 16, 2016

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The rivalry between Denfeld and East has been raging for years. Sometimes, however, the competition becomes about more than sports or nicknames the students have for each other. The week of Monday Dec. 12, the superintendent of ...

The problem with grades

Garrett M. Higgins, General Reporter

December 16, 2016

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Numbers. They can be seen everywhere. They give an object value. But should they be used to give people value? All the work of an individual is converted into a number, a number that will follow its owner for years. Many student...

Mind pictures or Motion pictures

Braden Emanuelson, Section Editor

December 16, 2016

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For some people movie versus books is a big topic to talk about at the dinner table and for others it's not. Books can seem like a waste of time and money because you can understand the story by watching a two hour movie rathe...

Top Songs at Denfeld

Mackenzie Stenstrom, Staff Reporter

December 2, 2016

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Music is a part of all cultures. As an art, it displays all the different emotions we feel. Some people even say music is their life. Their are people that wouldn’t know what to do with their life if music didn’t exist. W...

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