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Ladies, let’s talk tampons

Ladies, let’s talk tampons

Beth Bierscheid, Journalist

January 27, 2017


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Every girl goes through the wonderful week known as the period week. Typically this week is full of emotions, stress, and cramps. We cannot forget the amount of skill it takes to grab a tampon from your locker in the middle of the hallway, but still hiding it from the human eye. Tampons are something ...

How many slaves work for you?

How many slaves work for you?

Ellie Lehto, Journalist

January 26, 2017


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On September 22, 2011 Justin Dillon created a website called slaveryfootprint.org so people all around the world can see how many slaves work for them. Now, millions of people from over 200 countries have taken the test. The quiz starts off by asking where your gender, age, and where you live. Next...

Climate change: what you need to know and how to help

Climate change: what you need to know and how to help

Emma Zenzen, Journalist

January 24, 2017


Filed under News, Showcase, TLS Archives

Temperatures are rising, arctic ice and land ice is decreasing, and sea level is increasing but some people still aren't entirely sure climate change is occurring. After compiling much data, it is clear that climate change is happening and people can help. What is it? Climate change, also known as global warming, is the rise in aver...

Trump’s Cabinet Restocked: New Appointees and Controversies

Trump’s Cabinet Restocked: New Appointees and Controversies

Erica Stambaugh, Journalist

January 20, 2017


Filed under Everything Elections, TLS Archives

It's been a strange and well-reported upon transition for president-elect Donald Trump. We've heard about alleged sexual scandal, foreign hacking, civil rights infringement, but the the following is a comparably tame update on who's in Trump's administration. You can catch up on previous nominations he...

The Lion King

The Lion King

Jaren Martin, Journalist

January 19, 2017


Filed under TLS Archives, Uncategorized

It's the Lion King, you know what it's about. The message: Remember who you are. The message from Simba's father, Mufasa, is to always remember who you are. Sometimes in life we get lost in the noise and in the chaos. It's hard not to because there is always so much going on. It's easy to forget...

The Jungle Book

The Jungle Book

Jaren Martin, Journalist

January 19, 2017


Filed under TLS Archives, Uncategorized

The Jungle Book is a classic story that follows young Mogli. Mogli is a boy who was born and raised in the jungle and is just trying to find his place in his exotic world. He tries, and tries, and tries, but he can't escape his humanity and find his place in the jungle. The message: Be yourself....

Artist Hali Peterson

Artist Hali Peterson

James Gaffy, Journalist

January 19, 2017


Filed under Student Masterpieces, TLS Archives

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, TLS Archives

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...

Siblings of Sartell: Katelyn and Jameson Weide

Siblings of Sartell: Katelyn and Jameson Weide

Marena Kouba, Journalist

January 18, 2017


Filed under Siblings of Sartell, TLS Archives

You hate them. You love them. You are forced to be around them. They live under the same roof as you and eat the same food as you. I think you know whom I am talking about. Siblings. Our siblings are the ones we’ve known since we can remember. They are both our best friends and our worst enemies. Co...

La La Land dances its way to seven Golden Globes

La La Land dances its way to seven Golden Globes

Matt Schnettler, Journalist

January 18, 2017


Filed under Matt's Movie Corner, Movies and Books, TLS Archives

The Golden Globes, awarded by the Hollywood Foreign Press, is always the first awards show of the year and the first indicator of what movies you should've been watching last year. This year, a total of seventeen movies and sixteen TV shows were nominated, but one came out as the clear winner. Movies...

How to Train Your Dragon

How to Train Your Dragon

Jaren Martin, Journalist

January 18, 2017


Filed under TLS Archives, Uncategorized

Hiccup, son of the chief and a young viking, is put to the test when he is in the position to kill a dragon to defend his village. When he takes the dragon out of the sky, his true beliefs shine through when he is unable to go through with killing a dragon, and instead sets it free. Everybody tells him...

Brother Bear

Brother Bear

Jaren Martin, Journalist

January 18, 2017


Filed under TLS Archives, Uncategorized

The movie Brother Bear is a classic tale of love. Following the main character, Kenai, viewers are taken on a journey through the ice age wilderness. Kenai vengefully kills a female bear, unaware that she had a cub. He becomes a changed man and is thrust into the world of bears, literally, when he his t...

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