The News of The Blake School Since 1916

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The News of The Blake School Since 1916

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The News of The Blake School Since 1916

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Minneapolis


  • 9 AM
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June 24
87°/ 64°
Moderate rain
June 25
84°/ 67°
Sunny
June 26
73°/ 58°
Sunny

Summer, A Social Construct

5 Ways To Bring Summer Back To School
  1. Show off those pale ashy legs with some timeless “Jorts” or classic Nike Athletic shorts. Shorts aren’t just for summer, and with Blake’s bipolar heating there is no reason not to take off those “leg prisons” (pants) and bring the summer to school. 
  2. Leis and Hawaiian shirts don’t just have to be for physics students. Hawaiian apparel is an effective way to get rid of the school blues. Turn your “Hello” into an “Aloha” to relax and unwind.
  3. Nalgene and Camelbaks aren’t the only ways to contain water. Drill a hole into a coconut for some electrolytes, fiber, vitamins, and minerals. Not only are coconuts good for your health but can instantly transport you to the Bahamas.
  4. Sunglasses can be a great way to hide the bags under your eyes from staying up till midnight, and give you a carefree summer attitude while you strut through the halls.
  5. Not doing work doesn’t just have to be a summer activity. Avoid work at all costs to ensure that summer serenity.
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Hello! I'm Maya Chadda. I have been a Staff Writer for four years focusing mainly on The Bunion, Opinion pieces, comedy videos, and graphics. In the past I was editor of the Opinions and Arts and Culture page. I have been Co-Editor in Chief for two years and this year I will be Opinions Editor as well. I’m an adamant Times New Roman fan and aggressively anti-Arial.

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