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TGIFF (Thank Goodness It’s Flannel Friday) pt. 10

TGIFF (Thank Goodness It’s Flannel Friday) pt. 10

Jaren Martin, Journalist
October 31, 2016
Filed under Features, Flannel Friday

Thank Goodness It's Flannel Friday pt. 10 saw some colder weather, which is a good opportunity to get wrapped up warm and cozy in some flannel. Starting off our week is senior, Cami Doman. Cami has two flannels, her favorite being her black and white one because it goes with everything. If Cami cou...

Interior Design Corner

Interior Design Corner

Emma Zenzen, Journalist
October 31, 2016
Filed under Entertainment, Features

If you need help decorating your home this season, I am at your service to give you tips and inspiration!

What grinds my gears: Clickbait

What grinds my gears: Clickbait

Autumn Fosteson, Nolan Boe, and Matt Schnettler
October 28, 2016
Filed under Video and Audio, What Grinds My Gears

We've all been there, scrolling through our favorite social media sites, when out of nowhere a link catches our eye. We read the title and it's something like "We explored *insert some place here* and you won't BELIEVE what we found." So just to be in the know we click, only to be brutally awakened to...

An Open Letter to…

An Open Letter to…

Faith Schlecht, Journalist
October 27, 2016
Filed under Open Letters

Open Letters have become quite the trend in our lives these days. These letters are a way for people to express their thoughts on significant events or people. But often times they are written by adults about adult issues. I thought it would be fun to bring it more into the lives of teenagers, especially...

How Bernie Sanders could win the election

How Bernie Sanders could win the election

Alex Pringle, Journalist
October 27, 2016
Filed under Everything Elections, News

The citizens of the United States are in turmoil this fall as they struggle to decide for who to vote for in the presidential election. What they don't know, is that there is a possibility that Bernie Sanders may win the presidency. The citizens, and the House of Representatives, are dreading the results of the election. Either way, the Unite...

photo of the week / entry three

photo of the week / entry three

Nolan Boe, Journalist
October 25, 2016
Filed under Photo of the Week, Uncategorized

In this moment as we chased the sunset, I caught Carolyn Rengel running through the grass to catch the final glimpse of daylight. Despite the lacking quality of the photo, it retains an indescribable vibe that creates wanderlust. It is more than just a photo. It is a moment in time. Infinitely frozen....

10/19 Presidential Debate: Everyone is Exhausted

10/19 Presidential Debate: Everyone is Exhausted

Erica Stambaugh, Journalist
October 21, 2016
Filed under Everything Elections, Opinion

The third and final presidential debate took place on October 19 in Las Vegas. Chris Wallace coolly moderated the candidates' shenanigans for a mean 90 minutes. Read on for highlights and commentary. This campaigning season has been dirty and polarized, an extended prequel to the third debate. Trump...

8 ways to spend your MEA weekend

8 ways to spend your MEA weekend

Autumn Fosteson, Journalist
October 17, 2016
Filed under Lists: to give you the jist, Showcase

Every year there comes the point where we are given the glorious gift of two extra days off while teachers gather to organize our school lives behind closed doors. However, there seems to be a recurring blank drawn when it comes to ways to spend that 48 hours-of-freedom. I have a foolproof list for you...

The most beautiful places to visit in Minnesota this fall

The most beautiful places to visit in Minnesota this fall

Ellie Lehto, Journalist
October 14, 2016
Filed under Lists: to give you the jist

Every year, Minnesotans are faced with the very important question of where to travel to in the fall. Here is a list of beautiful places to see the changing leaves across Minnesota.   Mississippi river bluffs: The Minnesota river bluff trails follow an old railroad from Hopkins through Eden Pra...

Humans of Sartell

Humans of Sartell

Ellie Lehto and Emma Zenzen
October 14, 2016
Filed under Humans of Sartell

        "To be on broadway and world peace are my dreams."         "That's who I am."               "My favorite word is euphoria. I like words that start with E."         &...

Get to know new students: Jake Rosenberger

Get to know new students: Jake Rosenberger

Brandan Walz, Journalist
October 14, 2016
Filed under Features

Jake Rosenberger is a junior here at Sartell High School. Jake came to Sartell at the beginning of this year. Jake participates in both football and hockey and likes them both very much. One thing I've noticed about Jake is that his biggest pet peeve is when people pronounce the name of his old school...

8 Things To Consider When Picking A College

8 Things To Consider When Picking A College

Mackenzie Krueger, Journalist
October 13, 2016
Filed under Lists: to give you the jist

As the seniors prepare for the next year, filled with new beginnings and adult responsibilities, they must begin to wonder what they want to experience at college. Many factors can either make or break the college experience, so it is important to pick the perfect college for you. 1) The first thing to look...

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