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Four generation Q and A

Four generation Q and A

Cami Doman, Journalist
September 29, 2016
Filed under Features

Think of when you were six years old. What were you passionate about? What were your interests? How have they changed now? Throughout our lives, life adjusts our character, which adjusts our views. I have been exposed to this through my family. I have a niece that’s one, and a great-grandpa that’s...

photo of the week / entry one

photo of the week / entry one

Nolan Boe
September 29, 2016
Filed under Photo of the Week

Welcome to the first installment of photo of the week. Here you will find various photos from around the school, Sartell, and Central MN. These will range anywhere from student portraits to landscapes. This shot was taken sometime late afternoon Tuesday, on some road near Sartell. Travel the open road....

20 things to do when you are feeling down

20 things to do when you are feeling down

Faith Schlecht, Journalist
September 23, 2016
Filed under Lists: to give you the jist, Showcase

If you are ever having one of those days here are 20 things to make your day much better! 1. Sleep Sleep is literally the cure to a lot of things. When I’m feeling down I just sleep. I promise you sleep is a good thing. 2.  Listen to good tunes Nothing makes me happier than listening to some of ...

Fairytale town exists in France

Fairytale town exists in France

Tarah Casper, Journalist
September 23, 2016
Filed under Bucket List Destinations

Fairytales always seem too good to be true, don't they? Especially the villages where they take place. But what if such towns existed? What if you could escape to a real life fairytale town? Well, actually, you can! Welcome to Colmar, a quaint little town in north eastern France. It is rumored to...

Siblings of Sartell: Josh and Jenna Engelkes

Siblings of Sartell: Josh and Jenna Engelkes

Marena Kouba, Journalist
September 20, 2016
Filed under Showcase, The Offspring

You hate them. You love them. You are forced to be around them. They live under the same roof as you and eat the same food as you. I think you know who I am talking about. Siblings. Our siblings are the ones we’ve known since we can remember. They are both our best friends and our worst enemies....

The slang of SHS: Part 14

The slang of SHS: Part 14

Brandan Walz, Journalist
September 20, 2016
Filed under SHS Slang

Believe it or not, Sartell Slang is still in existence around SHS, which is why I will be continuing the famous “Slang of SHS” series. If you are a new student or a freshman here at Sartell High School, a normal school day can be pretty confusing, and not because of your classes, but because of the...

The new school year

The new school year

Faith Schlect, Journalist
September 20, 2016
Filed under Open Letters, Uncategorized

Dear new school year, Though many students have dreaded you coming back into our lives, we should remain grateful for you. This relationship we are in is a love-hate feeling, but here are a few tips to make this relationship work better.   Remain Focused Some nights you may hav...

Gary Johnson, America’s Savior?

Gary Johnson, America’s Savior?

Alex Pringle, Journalist
September 14, 2016
Filed under Everything Elections, News, Showcase

As the upcoming presidential election approaches, citizens of the United States are finding Gary Johnson, the Libertarian candidate, an alternative option for their vote instead of deciding between Clinton and Trump. The 2016 election has proven to be quite a mess. The two main candidates, Trump and...

Is the 2016 Election Rigged??

Is the 2016 Election Rigged??

Renee Schroeder, Journalist
September 14, 2016
Filed under Everything Elections, Showcase

Donald Trump, along with critics of this year’s presidential election, is convinced that the 2016 election is doomed to be rigged. Recent events have led skeptic voters to believe the election will be rigged in favor of biased candidates. In April, the Wyoming democratic caucus caused Sanders supports...

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...

Accidental vegan foods

Accidental vegan foods

Elizabeth Immelman, Journalist
June 2, 2016
Filed under Features

Veganism can be a tricky lifestyle to get involved in, but there are many vegan snacks that you can get yourself more acquainted with in order to get used to it. If you do want to go vegan, it is important to take it slowly at first. Remember that you do not always have to give up your favorite foods!...

Reasons why dogs are the best part of people’s lives

Reasons why dogs are the best part of people’s lives

Rachel Haider, Journalist
June 2, 2016
Filed under Lists: to give you the jist

What has four legs and says "woof"? You guessed it, a dog! Also known as a man's best friend, dogs are a great part of everyone's lives and here are some reasons why! Dogs will always keep your secrets You can tell your deepest darkest secrets to your dog, and there is no way they can tell anyon...

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