President deserves respect, no matter the party

Laura Shannon, Features Editor

November 13, 2012

Filed under Opinions

People have the right to an opinion. They also have the right, granted in the First Amendment, to express this opinion. However, just because they have the right to share their belief does not mean they should––especially... Read more »

Right choice to elect Obama

Will Jarvis, Staff Writer

November 9, 2012

Filed under Opinions

As CNN officially projected that President Barack Obama would be elected to a second term Tuesday night, I confidently felt that the nation could continue on its path forward. These last four years have not been a breeze in any... Read more »

Staff Editorial: The importance of failure

November 7, 2012

Filed under Opinions, Staff Editorial

In our society today, success is everything. We get a good education so that we can get into a competitive college, find a real world major and eventually be as successful as possible. We thrive on getting the perfect score,... Read more »

Love for Taylor Swift burns strong

Arthur Boyle, Staff Writer

November 1, 2012

Filed under Opinions

Taylor Swift’s new album “Red” departed a bit from the old country Taylor that we love, but even though T’s metamorphosis into a poppy and mainstream artist continues I’m still a fan of the album. The new album is... Read more »

Taylor Swift: overhyped

Molly Eldevik, Staff Writer

November 1, 2012

Filed under Opinions

I will never ever-ever be a Taylor Swift fan. Like, ever. She’s a beautiful girl who has worked hard for her success, but I cannot stand one more song about her hapless romances that all end in shaming her exes and rivals. Whether... Read more »

Letter to the editor: Bystanders essential for bullying prevention

Dr. Sue Skinner, Senior High Principal

October 24, 2012

Filed under Letters to the Editor, Opinions

I am writing this in response to the opinion piece “Prevention is not a cure for bullying” published on 10/22/2012 in the Knight Errant. I disagree with the author’s premise and would like to respond with my own thoughts.... Read more »

Prevention is not a cure for bullying

Arthur Boyle, Staff Writer

October 22, 2012

Filed under Opinions

Barbara Coloroso came to speak to our school about bullying. The teachers listened for a half day of school (the main event of Coloroso’s bullying package deal), the students listened for a quick 40 minutes, and the Saint Louis... Read more »

Staff Editorial: Teachers shouldn’t share political views

October 22, 2012

Filed under Opinions, Staff Editorial

As Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama debate political issues on national television, students face the responsibility of developing their own opinions. Based on what they watch, what they hear at home, what they and their... Read more »

Most recent debate shifts the dynamic of the Presidential race

Anna McCloskey, Staff Writer

October 18, 2012

Filed under Opinions

Tuesday’s Presidential debate marked a distinct difference in format, moderator quality, and topic range from the October 3 debate. More importantly, however, was the profound “role reversal” of the candidates. President... Read more »