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Struggles of finding your prom dress

Struggles of finding your prom dress

Ellie Lehto, Journalist
March 26, 2017
Filed under Showcase, SHS Student Life

Tests, homework, finding a college... easy. The hardest part of high school is finding the perfect dress -Too expensive: You FINALLY find the right dress. You flip over the price tag and..wait that can't actually be the right price. Forget it- I'm not spending my life savings to look good for on...

Can you make a decent living as an actor?

Can you make a decent living as an actor?

Mackenzie Krueger, Journalist
January 30, 2017
Filed under Showcase, SHS Student Life

“Everyone has been made for some particular work, and the desire for that work has been put in every heart.”- Rumi Actors have been known to be unstable financially, unless they are on Broadway of course, but is this entirely true? Can amateur actors make a decent living while pursuing a career...

Student stress and how to cope

Student stress and how to cope

Holly Greer, Journalist
January 27, 2017
Filed under SHS Student Life

High school students have a lot to deal with. From AP and college classes, sports and extra-curricular activities, and after-school jobs, it's hard to imagine having time for anything more. On top of that, seniors have the added job of touring, applying, and deciding on a college, all while keeping...

Slacklinology 101 (an intro to slacklines)

Slacklinology 101 (an intro to slacklines)

Nolan Boe, Journalist
January 19, 2017
Filed under SHS Student Life

Slacklining (slāk-line-ing) v. 1. The activity or sport of balancing on a rope or strip of webbing that is fixed high above the ground but not stretched so as to be taut. As far as obscurity goes, slacklines are up there. Essentially tight rope walking for rock climbing hippies, slacklining has gained a fairly large following over the last 30 years. Origina...

Artist Kayla Boehmke

Artist Kayla Boehmke

Sydney Mumm, Publisher
January 19, 2017
Filed under Student Masterpieces

Kayla Boehmke is a Junior at Sartell High School who gained her love for art only a few years ago. How long have you been into art? How did you get into it? "I guess I first started getting into art in 7th or 8th grade when we had to take art in middle school. Ever since then I've really enjoyed...

Everyday encouragement: finals week

Everyday encouragement: finals week

Ellie Lehto, Journalist
January 19, 2017
Filed under Showcase, SHS Student Life

It's finals week at SHS and things can get a little stressful, but don't worry, everything will be okay... For a mood-booster, click here For peace, click here ...

Artist Hali Peterson

Artist Hali Peterson

James Gaffy, Journalist
January 19, 2017
Filed under Student Masterpieces

Hali has loved painting since she was four; she told me her mom "would always be watching Bob Ross, and she was constantly painting and soon enough at the age of four, she already had me painting and coloring and drawing." I asked Hali a few questions about her art. 1. Where do you draw your inspir...

Artist Laura Schwichtenberg

Artist Laura Schwichtenberg

James Gaffy, Journalist
January 19, 2017
Filed under Student Masterpieces

Laura is an author who's always loved art since she was little. She joined art club during middle school and that really got her interested in art. I asked Laura a few questions about herself. Laura Schwichtenberg - Self portrait 1. Where do you draw your inspiration from for your pieces? "Most of my inspiration comes from my surroun...

Wednesday’s at SHS

Wednesday’s at SHS

Beth Bierscheid, Journalist
January 17, 2017
Filed under Opinion, SHS Student Life

If you asked a high school student what their favorite day of the school week is there is a very good chance that they will tell you Friday. I mean who doesn't love Fridays? It's the last day of the week, and you are just eight short hours away from two full days of nothing. Now if you take the choice...

Sartell’s Got Talent!

Sartell’s Got Talent!

Hannah Kosloski, Journalist
January 17, 2017
Filed under Events, Showcase, SHS Student Life

It's just past 9:00am and everyone is busy plowing through their assignments. Teachers are wrapping up their final lessons for the week with an insane amount of gusto, and pens are hard at work taking down notes for next week's test. But no one is focused. Everyone is gathered together (in spirit...

SOOO much School Spirit!!

SOOO much School Spirit!!

Hannah Kosloski, Journalist
January 17, 2017
Filed under Features, Humans of Sartell, SHS Student Life

Last week was such an amazing week. Walking around the halls and seeing everyone as hippies, hillbillies, or in khakis was a pure treat to the eyes. Because everyone was coming back to school after break, it was an awesome way to jump into the last half of the semester. At Sartell, we pride ours...

Artist Allison Schreiner

Artist Allison Schreiner

James Gaffy, Journalist
January 9, 2017
Filed under Showcase, Student Masterpieces

Allison Schreiner is an artist at Sartell High School.  She is a junior who draws her inspiration from how she is feeling, she says her "Art is a lot of emotion. I have drawn my entire life and every piece of art has a story to it." How long have you been into art? How did you get into it? "I hav...

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