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I’ve Got Spirit Yes I Do

I’ve Got Spirit Yes I Do

Olivia Wheeler, Journalist
March 21, 2016
Filed under Opinion

Hey, Sabres! Yeah? Hey, Sabres! Yeah? Are you ready? Yeah! To gigolo uh oh put your hands up high put your feet down low that's the way we gigolo. Gigolooo gig gigolooo gigolooo gig gigolooo. Having school spirit throughout your four years of high school will make the experience 100x better, and I...

The truth about line budging

The truth about line budging

Kenzie Specht, Journalist
March 18, 2016
Filed under Opinion

Line budging at Sartell High School has reached an all-time high, and this needs to be stopped. In the recent weeks, I have been keeping tabs on the trend of line budging students, and in my opinion, this trend is out of control. Yesterday, I found myself being budged by a group of six underclass...

You aren’t watching Survivor, but you should be

You aren’t watching Survivor, but you should be

Matt Schnettler, Journalist
March 17, 2016
Filed under Opinion

You've heard the phrase  "You're voted off the island" thrown around at one time or another. And I'll be the first to admit I'm a fan of the reality show Survivor. But most of the time Survivor is mentioned, someone asks something along the lines of "You still watch that show?" The thing is, Sur...

Humane Society Makes a Difference

Humane Society Makes a Difference

Anngel Gunion, Journalist
March 15, 2016
Filed under Opinion

  What’s better than having a loving companion at your side? The Tri County Humane Society in St. Cloud, MN gives people the opportunity to adopt dogs, cats, guinea pigs, and more to give these pets a home and a FUR-ever friend. During the course of quarter 2, I was able to volunteer at...

PDA ain’t okay

PDA ain’t okay

Autumn Fosteson, Journalist
March 11, 2016
Filed under Features, Opinion, What Grinds My Gears

We all have something that we can't stand. Sometimes its a person, sometimes it's an action, sometimes it's an idea. Whatever it is for you, when it goes too far it can really start to grind some serious (metaphorical) gears.

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Trump and the KKK

Trump and the KKK

Jake Sanderson, Reporter
March 9, 2016
Filed under Opinion

On February 28th, Donald Trump was questioned on the support that he received from David Duke, a former Grand Wizard of the Ku Klux Klan, and refused to give a straightforward answer. When asked by CNN Trump replied, "I don't know anything about David Duke, okay? I don't know anything about what you're...

Lunar Bears: Trump’s Moon Wall

Lunar Bears: Trump’s Moon Wall

Jake Sanderson and McKenna Walker
March 9, 2016
Filed under Opinion

We (McKenna Walker and Jake Sanderson) interviewed presidential candidate Tronald Dump about some of the recent issues involving Lunar bears migrating to the Earth. Here is the transcript of our conversation. McKenna Walker: Mr.Dump, can I call you Tronald? Tronald: Yes, that’s fine. McKenna Wal...

Kanye. Kan you not?

Kanye. Kan you not?

Jake Sanderson, Journalist
March 9, 2016
Filed under Opinion

Kanye West's 8th studio album, The Life of Pablo, dropped recently, and so has the amount of support he has from the general public. Kanye is not shy when it comes to fluffing his ego or doing much of anything at all, but recently he has been pushing even his own limits. In a recent tweet made by ...

Stay motivated, even when you’re not the best

Stay motivated, even when you’re not the best

Matthew Rickers, Journalist
March 9, 2016
Filed under Opinion

Many high schoolers all around the United States are on the “B” team, but they can't lose sight of the ultimate goal. When you are on your school's “B” team, you still have to stay motivated and continue to work hard at that sport. You will never be the best at everything, but you can still...

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...

Confessions of a Retail Worker

Kenzie Specht, Journalist
February 29, 2016
Filed under Opinion, Showcase

Folding mountains of clothes. Cleaning up after others. Providing customer service to Mr. Crankypants. Giving people advice and directions. All of these are the daily tasks of a retail worker. Retail workers put up with a lot, I mean A LOT, and we are rarely given credit for the difficult and tedious...

Xenophobia

Xenophobia

Garrett Kukowski, Journalist
February 24, 2016
Filed under Opinion

Donald Trump. Muslims. Mexicans. By now many Americans know that Trump wants to build a great wall around the U.S. to keep people out.  He has capitalized on the very widespread xenophobia within the United States. Xenophobia is the irrational fear of people from other countries. If you didn't...

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