The LeSabre

Doctor Love

Doctor Love

Trevor Erickson, Journalist
October 5, 2015
Filed under Opinion

Dear Dr. Love, There is this boy that goes to my school...he is the captain of the football, basketball, and baseball team. He also is in like four of my classes...I finally got the courage to ask him to just borrow his pencil. He was so charming when he said, "Who are you?" I felt so in love at th...

What grinds my gears?

What grinds my gears?

Jordan Roller, Journalist
October 2, 2015
Filed under Opinion

You want to know what really grinds my gears? Let me set the scene. The bell rings after 1st block.  The wave of students flows out of the classrooms and into the hallway.  All the students are in a rush to get to their lockers, check their phones, recap the drama that just happened in the last...

Listen up, freshmen

Listen up, freshmen

Paige Pawlenty, Journalist
October 2, 2015
Filed under Opinion

Hi freshmen, and welcome to Sartell High School! Congratulations on surviving your first month in this crazy place! While many of you may be excited for the next four years here, others of you are probably dreading the next four years. In order to make the most out of your high school experience,...

Teenage girls may be wearing harmful clothes and accessories

Teenage girls may be wearing harmful clothes and accessories

Isadora Espinoza, Journalist
October 2, 2015
Filed under Opinion

  Heels (stilettos): The ideal is to alternate your type of shoe, between high and low, or you may end up with irreparable damage in your calves, knees, back, or feet (corns and bunions)! Incorrect bra: If you run larger in the chest area, avoid the bra with underwire because it doesn’...

Ko-Z’s, a cozy place indeed

Ko-Z’s, a cozy place indeed

Rose Rodriguez, Journalist
September 28, 2015
Filed under Entertainment, Food, Opinion, Reviews

I found myself zoning out while driving, as I often do, on Divison Street looking for something to eat. The monotonous fast food chain restaurants bored me to no end. It had been a while since I tried something new, not since Hannah (my good friend) left for college. Our adventurous food days came to...

Confessions of the girl who ran the wrong way

Confessions of the girl who ran the wrong way

Bridget Maas, Journalist
September 21, 2015
Filed under Opinion

The seniors were up 6-0 in the annual Homecoming PowderPuff game. The juniors had the ball and the line was set. Their quarterback snapped the ball and the action began. I watched Morgan Anderson, junior, throw the ball. Towards me. I reached out and made the interception. I had no idea what to do next,...

Reunited and it feels so good

Reunited and it feels so good

Theresa Slivnik, Editor-in-cheif & Journalist
September 20, 2015
Filed under Features, Opinion

After a 3 month break, Sartell High School students can finally walk hand-in-hand again with their one, true love: the MacBook. Coming back to school is usually dreadful for most students, but the idea of having our MacBooks back again makes the transition from summer to school just a little bit less...

Our View: the LeSabre staff on Brittany Maynard’s assisted suicide

Our View: the LeSabre staff on Brittany Maynard’s assisted suicide

Hannah Wohletz, Reporter
November 18, 2014
Filed under Opinion, Our View

Dying at the young age of 29 seems impossible and unfair to many of us. For Brittany Maynard, this experience was all too real. Brittany Maynard ended her life in her home on Saturday, November 1, to avoid the worsening symptoms of her terminal brain tumor. Brittany Maynard’s decision to end her...

Our View: The Le Sabre staff on MSHSL transgender policy

Our View: The Le Sabre staff on MSHSL transgender policy

Jason Koopman, Reporter
October 9, 2014
Filed under Opinion, Our View

Opinions differed amongst the Le Sabre staff members last Friday, in Mrs. Nelson’s room. The topic was the Minnesota State High School League transgender policy dealing with locker rooms, and which activities (boy’s or girl’s) they should participate in. A transgender is someone who has the reproductive...

Our View: the LeSabre Staff on Lunches

Our View: the LeSabre Staff on Lunches

Courtney Strom, Reporter
September 26, 2014
Filed under Opinion, Our View

  It was heated discussion time in Mrs. Nelson’s classroom, home of the LeSabre, last Friday. The topic of debate was our school lunches. The most touched on part of the whole debacle was not that OUR school lunches were too small, or that the amount of food we are getting is not enough, but...

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