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Book Review: Binge

Book Review: Binge

Elizabeth Immelman, Journalist
June 6, 2016
Filed under Features, Movies and Books

Oh my gosh. I read Binge by Tyler Oakley this week, and I didn’t know I could love a book so much. Want to learn a little more about LGBTQ+ icon, Tyler Oakley? Then Binge is definitely for you! It only took about ten pages to get me obsessed with this book. Within the first five chapters, I was crying, laughing, and actually tak...

BoDiddley’s Review

BoDiddley’s Review

Julia Wenshau, Journalist
June 6, 2016
Filed under Food

BoDiddley’s more commonly referred to as “BoDid’s” has been around since 1981. It’s a little soup and sandwich shop in St. Joe. The small restaurant has a cozy and inviting feel as soon as you walk in the door. Not only is it a good environment but also the food is AMAZING. It is a perfect...

Noodles & Co. review

Noodles & Co. review

Julia Wenshau, Journalist
June 6, 2016
Filed under Food

Noodles is a relatively well known place to go eat. It’s right near the mall and a few other places to eat, but of all of them I would suggest going to noodles. The workers are very kind and serve right to your table. There are a wide variety of foods to chose from so what ever your craving they most...

Katie’s Creative Corner #2

Katie’s Creative Corner #2

Katie Kulus, Journalist
June 6, 2016
Filed under Entertainment, Video and Audio

This week I did a rock/owl themed art work. I had to make up my own interpretation because there was not a tutorial. Enjoy the nice weather and video! ...

Getting to know your food: pt. 2, dos-ing out the info

Getting to know your food: pt. 2, dos-ing out the info

McKenna Walker, Journalist
June 6, 2016
Filed under Food

For score and four moons ago, a survey was sent out to students of SHS to assess their opinions and knowledge about genetically modified organisms (GMOs). A short article was written for The Le Sabre to share the info. Finally, part two of that article has been made available for your viewing and ...

Book Review: I Hate Myselfie

Book Review: I Hate Myselfie

Elizabeth Immelman, Journalist
April 22, 2016
Filed under Features, Movies and Books

It’s Liz Khalifa coming at you live with yet another book review! This week, I chose to read something a little different. I read I Hate Myselfie by Shane Dawson. Books by Youtubers have been getting exceedingly popular over the last year or so. If you like to laugh or have any sense of humor at...

Digitalization of music decreasing its value??

Digitalization of music decreasing its value??

Renee Schroeder, Journalist
April 18, 2016
Filed under Entertainment, Music

Is the digitalization of music decreasing its value? This is a question many music industry professionals and advocates have been asking themselves, as digital downloads and liquefied formats of music have become increasingly popular. With the advancements and popularity of technology within the...

Book Review: Egghead

Book Review: Egghead

Elizabeth Immelman, Journalist
March 30, 2016
Filed under Movies and Books

Egghead by Bo Burnham is a poetry book that will leave you laughing until your abs start to hurt. If you know Bo Burnham, Egghead is exactly what you would expect it to be. It is just overflowing with satire and sarcasm that will make you wonder if he’s crossed the line with some of his humor. If ...

Book Review: Will Grayson, Will Grayson

Book Review: Will Grayson, Will Grayson

Elizabeth Immelman, Journalist
March 30, 2016
Filed under Movies and Books

For my weekly book review, I read Will Grayson, Will Grayson by John Green and David Levithan. If you like blunt young adult novels that are about the LGBT community, you should definitely pick up Will Grayson.  This book is unique from others. It is written from the perspective two different guys named W...

Song remakes

Julia Wenshau, Journalist
March 24, 2016
Filed under Music

Open Mic Night at The Local Blend

Open Mic Night at The Local Blend

Renee Schroeder, Journalist
March 24, 2016
Filed under Food

Since Sartell seems to be lacking in many businesses and amenities, as many Sartell students think, we’re lucky enough to have coffee and caffeine options outside of the city limits. On Tuesday, March 22nd I finally attended the famed “open mic night” at The Local Blend in St. Joseph. The Local Blen...

Steven Avery: Guilty or Innocent?

Steven Avery: Guilty or Innocent?

Rachel Haider, Journalist
March 23, 2016
Filed under Movies and Books

In 2007, Manitowoc Counties, Steven Avery was sentenced to life in prison without parole for murdering Teresa Halbach, but after a Netflix documentary came out in 2015 many people are questioning if he is really guilty. For those of you who have not seen the documentary here is a quick summary: In...

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