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Pulling ‘The Interview’: a monumental mistake

Pulling ‘The Interview’: a monumental mistake

Jason Koopman, Reporter
January 17, 2015
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‘The Interview’, a comedy based on killing Kim Jung Un, was set to be released on Christmas day of 2014; however, Sony pulled the film. This happened after North Korean hackers allegedly broke into Sony’s system and threatened to release sensitive information and attack any movie theaters that...

New swimmer makes a big splash at Sartell

New swimmer makes a big splash at Sartell

Theresa Slivnik, Reporter
January 16, 2015
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If you have not already heard, new Sartell swimmer, Spencer Sathre, has broken Sartell’s long-standing 100 butterfly pool-record and is close to breaking the 500 freestyle and 200 freestyle as well. Sathre, who has been swimming since he was 8, swims in the 200 freestyle and 500 freestyle events...

The Slang of SHS: part 5

The Slang of SHS: part 5

Jason Koopman, Reporter
January 16, 2015
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The Slang of SHS: part 4

The Slang of SHS: part 4

Jason Koopman, Reporter
January 16, 2015
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The slang of SHS: part 3

The slang of SHS: part 3

Jason Koopman, Reporter
January 16, 2015
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Stress free finals

Stress free finals

Anngel Gunion, Reporter
January 15, 2015
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Finals are upon us and the stress of it all is eating you alive! SHS finals are on Thursday, January 15 and Friday, January 16 for students to test their knowledge on everything they have learned in their classes. How should you prepare for these tests? Check out these helpful tips. Prioritize. Think ...

Into the Woods

Into the Woods

Jacob Martin, Reporter
January 13, 2015
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On Christmas day Into the Woods was released in theatres. This particular movie is a musical, and also happens to be the musical that Sartell High School will be performing in the spring. The movie is about several fairy tales that must go into the woods to find what they are searching for when they all...

The ballads that make us all swoon

The ballads that make us all swoon

Samantha Schiller, Reporter
January 12, 2015
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Discover something new to listen to There is something so special about a ballad that evokes feelings. They are one of my absolute favorite types of songs. This playlist isn’t a list of ballads (true ballads are a really specific type of poem), but it’s a list of songs that sound like a ballad and ...

Crazy pets at SHS

Crazy pets at SHS

Anngel Gunions, Reporter
January 12, 2015
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Dogs, cats, hamsters, and fish are all common household pets. But what about the ridiculously awesome animals your peers are keeping as pets? Students here at SHS currently own unusual pets at home and are happy to share about them. Turner Kuhn, sophomore, happens to have two alpacas named Paco and...

Will it popsicle?

Will it popsicle?

Levi Christy, Sam Chappell, and Jake Sanderson
January 5, 2015
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Warning: This article is not for the faint of stomach. Four SHS journalism students crafted eight very distinct popsicles out of very unique “foods” to see if they would taste good in Popsicle form. This is the story of what happened; the horribly gut-wrenching story of what they tasted like. ...

Winter Wonders In Sartell

Winter Wonders In Sartell

Juliette Hiza, Reporter
January 5, 2015
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There are many fun activities to do in Sartell during the cold winter months. Here is a list of the top 5 winter wonders found in Sartell. Val Smith Park- There is free ice-skating here, when the rinks are frozen of course. The warming houses are open from 4-9 p.m. on school days and 1-9 p.m. on...

Rock out with New Year’s Rockin’ Eve

Rock out with New Year’s Rockin’ Eve

Anngel Gunion, Reporter
January 1, 2015
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Citizens all over the United States have been celebrating in Time’s Square since 1904 to bring in the New Year. For over a decade the dropping of the shimmering ball has been a show for everyone to watch. We all have our own traditions we do to proclaim a New Year coming. A kiss as the clock strikes...

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