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Evolution of The Mane from The Mane on Vimeo.

Evolution of The Mane

Andrew Carlson, News Director
May 18, 2018

Proudly produced in the classes, Broadcast Journalism and Media Communications. IPSD Course Codes, TEE2007 and TEE1014

12.15.17 Mane

The Mane
December 15, 2017

Proudly produced in the classes, Broadcast Journalism and Media Communications. IPSD Course Codes, TEE2007 and TEE1014

12.01.17 Mane

December 1, 2017

Proudly produced in the classes, Broadcast Journalism and Media Communications. IPSD Course Codes, TEE2007 and TEE1014

April Mane

The Mane
April 28, 2017

Proudly produced in the classes, Broadcast Journalism  and Media Communications. IPSD Course Codes, TEE2007 and TEE1014

March Mane

The Mane
March 24, 2017

Proudly produced in the classes, Broadcast Journalism  and Media Communications. IPSD Course Codes, TEE2007 and TEE1014

A Look Inside MV's Speech Team from The Mane on Vimeo.

Superbowl Web Edit from The Mane on Vimeo.

Metea Valley Politics from The Mane on Vimeo.

Web Edit: Eola Bowl

The Mane
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P.E. leaders build relationships with students

P.E. leaders build relationships with students

MeteaMed
March 24, 2016

[quote]By Drew Danko Online Editor Photo by Madie Sandberg (MV Yearbook)[/quote] As a freshman, I remember being terrified of the older juniors and seniors. Trying to differentiate the H’s from...

Letter to the editor: Debunking the myth of gender pay gap

Letter to the editor: Debunking the myth of gender pay gap

MeteaMed
March 23, 2016

[quote]By Mark Prakash Guest Writer Graphic by Ana Bicolli[/quote] This letter to the editor is in response to "Letter to the editor: Gender inequality still present in the workforce" The gender...

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