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Is America the Biggest Threat to World Peace?

Is America the Biggest Threat to World Peace?

Gopi Ramanathan, Journalist
June 1, 2016
Filed under News, TLS Archives

In 2013, the Worldwide Independent Network and Gallup International did a survey asking 66,000 people from various countries around the world which country is the biggest threat to world peace.  The results that WIN/Gallup came across were quite shocking. According to people interviewed in 36 nations, the b...

The slang of SHS: part 12

The slang of SHS: part 12

Madi Molitor, Journalist
May 23, 2016
Filed under SHS Slang, TLS Archives

In this article of "The slang of SHS," I will be introducing another word that is becoming a popular slang word for teens all over. Again, this word is not overly popular at SHS just yet, but it's use is rapidly growing and since I have taken this column in more of the direction of what slang is nationally...

The slang of SHS: part 11

Madi Molitor, Journalist
May 20, 2016
Filed under SHS Slang, TLS Archives

In this article of "The slang of SHS," I am introducing a slang phrase that is currently thriving. At Sartell High School, getting your point across often needs a little bit of emphasis. Just telling people to do something alone doesn't work. The phrase, major key, has come along to help emphasize...

This is what a feminist looks like

This is what a feminist looks like

Katie Kulus, Journalist
May 19, 2016
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I am not a man hater. I do not think that women are better than men. I just know that all humans deserve equal opportunities and think that we should be viewed by our individual strengths and capabilities. I am a feminist, and feminism is not a dirty word. When I was little, I didn’t understand...

The slang of SHS: part 10

The slang of SHS: part 10

Madi Molitor, Journalist
May 18, 2016
Filed under SHS Slang, TLS Archives

In this article of "The slang of SHS," I will be introducing a slang word, that is just a shortened version of an already popular word. This word is not overly popular at SHS just yet, but it's use is rapidly growing. At SHS the people who are doing weird things or acting in a weird way are shady, sketchy,...

Londoners elect first Muslim Mayor, show America the right path

Londoners elect first Muslim Mayor, show America the right path

Gopi Ramanathan, Journalist
May 17, 2016
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In a time when radical “Islamic” terrorists have tormented the world for nearly two decades and are continuing to strike fear in the hearts of many, the global citizens that make up the population of London decided to make their voices heard. On May 5th, Londoners came together and elected Sa...

The slang of SHS: part 9

The slang of SHS: part 9

Madi Molitor, Journalist
May 16, 2016
Filed under SHS Slang, TLS Archives

With all the new and constantly changing slang, a day at Sartell High School could become very confusing. That knowledge in mind, I decided to restart the SHS slang column formerly started by Jason Koopman and later taken over by Trevor Erickson. My mission here will be to help teens and even adults...

Katie’s Creative Corner #1

Katie’s Creative Corner #1

Katie Kulus, Journalist
May 16, 2016
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I got this idea the other day while sitting in art class wondering what other crafty things could I do in my free time. Naturally, like the true 21st century teenager I am, I went onto Pinterest. Pinterest is a wonderful sight where you can get all kinds of ideas to do fun stuff and pin them onto your...

TGIFF (Thank Goodness It’s Flannel Friday) pt. 7

Olivia Wheeler, Journalist
May 13, 2016
Filed under Flannel Friday, TLS Archives

Week 7 of #FlannelFriday was very strong. Many kids at the high school are participating with this colder weather. Let's take a look at this week's people. The first person interviewed was junior and volleyball rockstar, Jaden Turner. Jaden prefers to wear her flannels buttoned up, four buttons to be ex...

Target introduces controversial bathroom policy

Target introduces controversial bathroom policy

Rachel Haider, Journalist
May 13, 2016
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On April 20th, Target released their policy on bathroom use. They stated that they allow customers and employees to choose the bathroom that matches the gender that they identify with. Transgender rights supporters were very happy to hear about the policy but knew it would bring controversy. It is a bi...

Gopi the Great

Gopi the Great

Katie Kulus, Journalist
May 12, 2016
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On May 4th, John King the U.S Secretary of Education awarded students across the United States as Presidential Scholars. Gopi Ramanathan from Sartell is one of 160 outstanding American high school seniors who have demonstrated outstanding academic achievement, artistic excellence, leadership, citizenship,...

Humans of Sartell – Week Fifteen

Humans of Sartell – Week Fifteen

Garrett Kukowski, Journalist
May 11, 2016
Filed under Humans of Sartell, TLS Archives

"Well I've always had a passion for nails, hair, make-up and that kind of stuff." "We were just going to be focused on puppies all night, that's all that matters." "One time Robert got up on the roof, and I had to get him." "It's so quenching." "I don't know, all animals ar...

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