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Ugly Sweater Fridays in the English hallway

Ugly Sweater Fridays in the English hallway

Holly Greer, Journalist

February 1, 2016


Filed under 2015-2016, TLS Archives

For the last couple weeks, you may have noticed the English teachers have been a little more festive than those in other learning departments at SHS. "Ugly Sweater Fridays" have become somewhat of a tradition this season, with almost every teacher in the hallway bringing their own twist to the traditiona...

The Presidential Barbecue: Donald Trump

The Presidential Barbecue: Donald Trump

Nick Hill, Journalist

January 22, 2016


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Here it is. The de-facto high point of the Presidential Barbecue. We've roasted many candidates to get to this point, searing them over the coals of common sense and unbiased journalism. We've remained flavorful and delicious, even after days of refrigeration. And now, it's time to reap the rewards...

Humans of Sartell – Week Eight

Humans of Sartell – Week Eight

Kayley Isaacson, Journalist

January 19, 2016


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"Sushi cheers me up."    "I feel confident about my style. I feel good about what I wear." "I'm a black belt." "I've learned the importance of brushing things off and letting things go." "With my friends I like to get coffee, chill out, drive around, and listen to music." "My ideal Satu...

Our View: Black Lives Matter(BLM)

Our View: Black Lives Matter(BLM)

Jordan Roller, Journalist

January 19, 2016


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With the recent and controversial killings of African- American people by caucasian police officers, people have become frustrated and angered.  In response to these killings, more focus has been put on the group Black Lives Matter.  This is a group formed at promoting equality for the African- American...

Hillary Clinton: a ‘Hill’ yes or ‘Hill’ no?

Hillary Clinton: a ‘Hill’ yes or ‘Hill’ no?

Bridget Maas, Journalist

January 14, 2016


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She’s beauty. She’s grace. She’s the possible President of the United States. Hillary Clinton has held the leading spot in the Democratic polls since day 1, and despite strong competition from Senator Bernie Sanders, she has continued to do so. Clinton currently holds 48.3% of support from polled...

The hip hop didn’t stop

The hip hop didn’t stop

Rose Rodriguez, Journalist

January 14, 2016


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"The greatest hip-hop songs have the power to pull energy and excitement and anger and questions and self-doubt and raw emotion out of you. It could be a song that sets your neighborhood on fire or a song on your headphones that makes you rethink what hip-hop is. The common thread is change. The best...

The Presidential Barbecue: Bernie Sanders

The Presidential Barbecue: Bernie Sanders

Nick Hill, Journalist

January 11, 2016


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In some people’s minds, political dishes are duplicitous by nature; that they are reluctant to stick to controversial stances and defend their tastes because they are afraid of alienating eaters. But if that’s the case, Bernie Sanders certainly isn’t chicken. As the most liberal candidate in the...

Humans of Sartell – Week Seven

Humans of Sartell – Week Seven

Kayley Isaacson, Journalist

January 7, 2016


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"I am proud of myself for holding true to my values." "If I'm bored I usually hunt down someone to hang out with me. I would call up every single person I know and be like 'What are you doing?' And if I get rejected I just move on to the next person." "It kind of scares me that everything in our...

A breakdown of what it means to be transgender

A breakdown of what it means to be transgender

Rose Rodriguez, Journalist

December 2, 2015


Filed under 2015-2016, Award Winning Articles, TLS Archives

The dictionary definition of transgender reads "denoting or relating to a person whose self-identity does not conform unambiguously to conventional notions of male or female gender." It, of course, is a lot more complicated than this one sentence translation. Understanding what it means to be transgender...

Humans of Sartell – Week Six

Humans of Sartell – Week Six

Kayley Isaacson, Journalist

November 30, 2015


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"I have run a 5K on Thanksgiving morning for the past four years." "I've learned that you have to choose your own happiness. If you're having a bad day you can choose to turn it around with your attitude. If I wake up and decide to be happy then I know I am going to have a good day."   "My...

Our View: being nice is something we can all agree on

Our View: being nice is something we can all agree on

Rose Rodriguez, Journalist

November 27, 2015


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Emma Watson and Malala Yousafzai, some of the most influential women in the world today, sat down together to talk about something that effects us all: feminism. They reach a powerful conclusion where Malala identifies as a feminist. During the very first SHS Journalism class of 2015 editori...

Slang of SHS: Part 7

Slang of SHS: Part 7

Trevor Erickson, Journalist

November 18, 2015


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Sayce/Keith   In this edition we take a look at some abnormal slang terms. You can often hear most of the junior boys, some of the senior boys, and some of the underclassman throwing around these words. These slang terms aren't very national, rather they are probably started up by juniors C...

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