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Cap that Mac Camera

Cap that Mac Camera

Erica Stambaugh, Journalist
October 27, 2016
Filed under SHS Student Life

MacBook cameras can be remotely turned on and off, causing a major gap in user privacy. A growing number of Sartell students have placed tape over their camera lens in order to combat the possibility of being covertly filmed. While security does improve with each generation of Macs, hijackers sti...

Six Reasons to go to Manitoba for college

Erica Stambaugh, Journalist
October 14, 2016
Filed under Opinion, SHS Student Life

1. Manitoba has a reciprocity agreement with Minnesota. The following are colleges and universities that offer resident tuition for Minnesota: Université de Saint-Boniface, Assiniboine Community College, Brandon University, Booth University College, Canadian Mennonite University, Manitoba Institu...

Senior Year: How far we’ve come

Senior Year: How far we’ve come

Jaren Martin, Journalist
October 14, 2016
Filed under Showcase, SHS Student Life

4 years. 1,460 days. 2,102,400 minutes. That is how long we will have spent in this high school before we graduate and begin the rest of our lives. At this point, we are seventeen to nineteen years old, and we have jobs; we're going to R-rated movies legally, making/losing money at the casinos, an...

Sartell’s missing bells: the real story

Sartell’s missing bells: the real story

Matt Schnettler, Journalist
October 14, 2016
Filed under News, Showcase, SHS Student Life

If you go to Sartell High School, you may be wondering what happened to that handy bell system we used to have at our school. You know, telling you when class starts, when to go to lunch, and when to start running to class. I went on assignment to talk with administrative assistant Amie Hentges and get...

Senioritis Gotchya Down?

Senioritis Gotchya Down?

Mackenzie Krueger, Journalist
October 13, 2016
Filed under SHS Student Life

Sen-ior-i-tis /,sēnye’ rītis/          noun humorous Senioritis is defined as a make believe syndrome attributed to seniors in high school. Symptoms include decreased motivation in schoolwork, laziness, procrastination, and questioning as to why they took a certain class. I as...

Carrying The Banner Through Sartell

Carrying The Banner Through Sartell

Mackenzie Krueger, Journalist
October 13, 2016
Filed under Arts and Theatre, Entertainment, Reviews

Famous musical director and creator Harvey Fierstein created the musical “Newsies” based off the original movie, directed by Kenny Ortega and co-written by Bob Tzudiker and Noni White. The show takes place during the newsboy strike in 1899 and follows the leader of newsboys, Jack Kelly, as he ...

Dancing the night away

Dancing the night away

Marena Kouba, Journalist
October 11, 2016
Filed under SHS Student Life

If you go to Sartell High School, you know that the homecoming game and dance were this past weekend. With the Sabres winning the game by three touchdowns, the dance was almost guaranteed to be a good one. The dance was on Saturday night at the high school in the auxiliary gym. It started at 9:00...

Make A Wish

Make A Wish

Faith Schlecht, Journalist
October 6, 2016
Filed under News, SHS Student Life

A handful of children in Sartell have benefitted from the Make-a-Wish Foundation for over 36 years, and it's again making wishes come true with our very own ORE 3rd grader, Jackson Stewart. Make-A-Wish was founded in 1980 and is continually making wishes come true. Make-A-Wish has granted over 180,0...

What even is a Sartell Homecoming?

What even is a Sartell Homecoming?

Hannah Kosloski, Journalist
September 30, 2016
Filed under Showcase, SHS Student Life

Welcome to Sartell, where our homecoming is a week-long event that helps raise money for a charity!  This year, student council is raising money for the Make-a-Wish foundation. We are raising money to grant the wish of Jackson Stewart; Jackson is a student at Sartell (3rd grade) who suffers from...

SHS Presents: The Mouse That Roared

SHS Presents: The Mouse That Roared

Tierra Pilles, Journalist
September 29, 2016
Filed under Arts and Theatre

John Ronyak, the director of the production, was determined to make this show just as spectacular as any other. With an immaculate cast working with one another, the production began to come together. "The Mouse That Roared" is adapted from the "Cold Ward," a satirical novel written by Leonard Wibberley....

“The Book of Mormon,” is it worth seeing?

“The Book of Mormon,” is it worth seeing?

Mackenzie Krueger, Journalist
September 29, 2016
Filed under Arts and Theatre, Reviews

Trey Parker, Matt Stone, and Robert Lopez created “The Book of Mormon.” This show follows two Mormon missionaries, Elder Price and Elder Cunningham, as they go two-by-two to their selected mission location in northern Uganda. By seeing this show with my own eyes and interviewing others who have se...

#LEGAL

#LEGAL

Marena Kouba, Journalist
September 28, 2016
Filed under SHS Student Life

Turning eighteen can be an amazing part of someone’s life. A person is finally able to vote; get tattoos, rent an apartment, etc. Around SHS, lots of seniors are either turning or are already eighteen years old. With graduation, college, and careers to think about, a carefree mindset during one’s...

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