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Get to know new students: Devin Vouk

Get to know new students: Devin Vouk

Brandan Walz, Journalist
September 26, 2016
Filed under SHS Student Life, Uncategorized

Every year, there are many new students at Sartell High School. Which is why every week, I will be interviewing one of them so you can get to know them. This week I sat down with Devin Vouk and asked him a few questions. Devin is a senior this year who arrived at Sartell last year for the second semester....

Perks of having a superfan

Perks of having a superfan

Jimmy Honek, Journalist
September 23, 2016
Filed under SHS Student Life, Sports

When it comes to high school sports, it’s always great to have fans to cheer you on as you compete. But here at SHS, we also have superfans. Here are some awesome perks of having a superfan! 1.) They bring you food. It's always great to have a treat on game day! 2.) You have someone to cheer yo...

We Day 2016

We Day 2016

Ellie Lehto, Journalist
September 23, 2016
Filed under SHS Student Life

On Tuesday, September 20th, 26 Sartell High schoolers and countless more Sartell middle schoolers headed down to We Day at the Xcel Energy Center to learn about, and be inspired by unique ways to make a difference. We Day is an annual gathering of students, teachers, celebrities, and public speake...

B-E-A-YOU-TIFUL Hacks

B-E-A-YOU-TIFUL Hacks

Mackenzie Krueger, Journalist
September 22, 2016
Filed under SHS Student Life

If you have ever struggled with the trendy double dutch braids, getting your eyelashes to the length you want, or wanted a fun new facemask to try out, here are a few tips and tricks to make you life so "dutch" easier. Double Dutch Braids into wavy hair Part 1 Start with lightly damp hair (sprayed with ...

Maia Trombley

Maia Trombley

Renee Schroeder, Journalist
September 22, 2016
Filed under Showcase, SHS Student Life

Maia Trombley is an utter ball of sunshine. And she has been since freshman year.     Throughout her high school career, Maia has been involved in student council, the spring musical, the girl’s soccer team, choir, and the 7th Street Singers. When Maia began her journey into h...

Harambe: the gorilla, the hero, the meme

Harambe: the gorilla, the hero, the meme

Cami Doman, Journalist
September 22, 2016
Filed under Showcase, SHS Student Life

Nearly four months have passed since the gorilla named Harambe was shot in the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden after a child fell into it’s enclosure; however, the internet is still in deep mourning. The @HarambeActivity twitter account has over 58,000 followers. Viking’s player Chad Greenway gave a shout-out to Harambe in the pregame hud...

Get out the scissors, it’s time to cut the stress

Get out the scissors, it’s time to cut the stress

Beth Bierscheid, Journalist
September 20, 2016
Filed under SHS Student Life

The bell rings. 10 minutes to get to practice. 2 minutes to change. 2 hours of practice. 5 minutes to get to home. 30 minutes to eat, talk to family, and have alone time. 2 hours of homework. 12 dings…midnight. Set alarm and redo entire day.   High school students are in several activities and are constantly going places during the school year, ...

Sartell Sabres are high-key stressed

Sartell Sabres are high-key stressed

Jaren Martin, Journalist
September 20, 2016
Filed under SHS Student Life

Despite the completely justified stress over a new school year filled with AP classes, college thoughts, and time-consuming activities, Sartell High School students and staff are adding to their stress levels by worrying about things that seem huge in the moment, but are actually totally insignificant. Let...

Freshman to fresh senior

Renee Schroeder, Journalist
September 20, 2016
Filed under SHS Student Life

As senior year approaches, I've set out to interview fellow senior classmates about how they've changed from a freshman year to senior year, so we can all reminisce about the awkwardness. Enjoy.

An open letter to incoming freshmen

An open letter to incoming freshmen

Kenzie Specht, Journalist
June 2, 2016
Filed under Opinion, Showcase, SHS Student Life

I feel like with my senior year coming to a close that I should leave some advice for the incoming freshmen, because in these past four years I've gained a lot of knowledge I wish I had before. High school is intimidating, but it is also a lot of fun. I can tell you that you will spend many late nights...

SHS Staff Marriages: In it for the long run

SHS Staff Marriages: In it for the long run

Rachel Haider, Journalist
June 1, 2016
Filed under SHS Student Life

It's very hard to believe that teachers have lives outside of school, but surprisingly enough they do. They have families, and they even have husbands and wives! WOW, SHOCKER! I interviewed teachers about their marriages. Some teachers knew where their first date was down to a T, and some can't even...

World of Song concert crowds auditorium

World of Song concert crowds auditorium

Renee Schroeder, Journalist
June 1, 2016
Filed under Showcase, SHS Student Life

On Monday, May 24th, Sartell High School held it's final choir concert of the year. This is the annual "World of Song" concert, in which five choirs performed a variety of music including both pop songs and music from different parts of the world. The auditorium was filled to the brim with Sartell community...

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