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Not feeling great? Here are 16 songs to lift you up : )

Not feeling great? Here are 16 songs to lift you up : )

Garrett Kukowski, Journalist
March 17, 2016
Filed under Playlists

You know we all have those days, moments, where we just don't feel very well. Sometimes we just need some good music to cheer us up. Whether it be an uplifting, feel good song or one that makes us rage and lets us get our emotions out, we all need music at some point in our life. So if you're not doing...

Matt’s Movie Corner: 10 Cloverfield Lane

Matt’s Movie Corner: 10 Cloverfield Lane

Matt Schnettler, Journalist
March 17, 2016
Filed under Entertainment, Matt's Movie Corner, Movies and Books, Showcase

Every once and a while a movie comes along with great characters, great actors, great plot development, a perfect mix of intense moments and comic relief, and generally just an enjoyable watch that rounds off to a perfect finish. 10 Cloverfield Lane did all but one of those things, and it almost w...

Matt’s Movie Corner: why Fargo is the most important movie for anyone living in Minnesota

Matt’s Movie Corner: why Fargo is the most important movie for anyone living in Minnesota

Matt Schnettler, Journalist
March 17, 2016
Filed under Matt's Movie Corner

March 8th was Fargo day, and if you missed it, it's because it isn't real. I made it up. The Coen Brother's classic and my personal favorite movie, Fargo was released on March 8th, 1996 making this March 8th it's 20 year anniversary. Why is Fargo such a popular and critically acclaimed movie? Why is it ...

Book review: An Abundance of Katherines

Elizabeth Immelman, Journalist
March 14, 2016
Filed under Movies and Books

An Abundance of Katherines by John Green is one of the less popular novels by Green, but I promise that it is well worth your time. This book is about high-schooler and young brainiac Colin and his friend, Hassan. Colin is a fairly normal kid, except for the fact that he only dates girls named Ka...

Senior Year Bucket List

Senior Year Bucket List

Madi Molitor, Journalist
March 10, 2016
Filed under Entertainment, Lists: to give you the jist

Seniors, if you’ve been looking for a way to make the most out of your last year of high school, you’re finally in luck. Many seniors can agree that senior year should be a year you make the most of, but it can occasionally be extremely difficult to think of fun things you have to do before you go...

You knead to know about this dough

You knead to know about this dough

McKenna Walker, Journailst
March 8, 2016
Filed under Food, Showcase

At 4:45 am, two people scurry into the dark and silent building. These two people have only risen this early for one reason: to make breads and sweets. Great Harvest Bread Company was started in Great Falls, Montana in 1978 by Pete and Laura Wakeman. Based on "pure and simple ingredients" and "wheat...

Matt’s movie corner Oscar wrap-up special: who won, and who should’ve won

Matt’s movie corner Oscar wrap-up special: who won, and who should’ve won

Matt Schnettler, Journalist
March 4, 2016
Filed under Matt's Movie Corner, Showcase

The 88th academy awards rolled around last Sunday, and the big winners were the Revenant, Mad Max: Fury Road, and Spotlight, who walked away with 6, 3, and 2 Oscars respectively. In one of the most controversial Oscars of all time, there was surprisingly not much controversy over the winners and the...

Fuller House released! You got it dude!

Fuller House released! You got it dude!

Kenzie Specht, Journalist
March 4, 2016
Filed under Entertainment, Opinion

Whatever happened to predictability? The milkman, the paperboy, evening TV? If you've been waiting for the release of Fuller House, you're in luck! Full House may have been the epitome of 90s television shows, and the first season of  the follow-up show, Fuller House, previewed on Netflix Febru...

Talkin’ Schmit: Getting Political

Talkin’ Schmit: Getting Political

Jake Sanderson and Garrett Kukowski
March 1, 2016
Filed under Food, Video and Audio

This week on Talkin' Schmit, we delve into a subject that can get very personal very quick: politics. We talk today about what issues are important to Schmit when she goes and votes for who she wants to vote for. It wouldn't be appropriate to ask who she's voting for, but it's still interesting to see w...

The Magical History Tour: Episode 7

The Magical History Tour: Episode 7

Matt Schnettler, Journalist
February 29, 2016
Filed under Entertainment, Features, Magical History Tour

Hey look! We're back with a much better episode than last time which is because Nick and I went to an actual location. Last weekend we took a trip to the Sauk Rapids Coborn's. You might be asking such questions as "I thought this was Sartell history, why Sauk Rapids? " or "Coborn's didn't start in...

Matt’s Movie Corner: Room

Matt’s Movie Corner: Room

Matt Schnettler, Journalist
February 29, 2016
Filed under Matt's Movie Corner

We all know a movie's Oscar nominations are either a measure of a films worth or pretentiousness. Room, based off of starring Brie Larson and 9 year old Jacob Tremblay was nominated for four Oscars including best picture. I set out to find whether it was a quality movie or a pretentious pile of crap....

Epic By Nature: The Alex Bertsch Story

Epic By Nature: The Alex Bertsch Story

Autumn Fosteson, Journalist
February 26, 2016
Filed under Features, Food, Showcase

When it comes to high school, balancing work, grades and, for some of us, even a sport or extracurriculars, can be hard enough. So what happens you decide to start your own business as an underclassman? We sat down with the one and only Alex Bertsch to ask him what it's like.

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