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Unsung Hero: Anne Marie Moen

Unsung Hero: Anne Marie Moen

Elsa Beise, Staff Writer
April 24, 2017
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One member of the BSM staff who doesn’t get the full recognition she deserves is Mrs. Anne Marie Moen. Though Moen works in the north building, her influence has been a part of what makes the whole BSM community so special—and she's been impacting the school for decades. "I love my job and have b...

Coping with loss

Coping with loss

Erin Long, Staff Writer
April 11, 2017
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Loss is something that everyone will experience at one point in their life. For some, it can come sooner, while for others it could come much later, but nevertheless, loss is painful, tragic, and heartbreaking. In the end, coping and dealing with loss can end up defining a person and a community....

Unsung hero: Sandy Barry

Unsung hero: Sandy Barry

Nolan Arostegui, Staff Writer
April 10, 2017
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Throughout your high school experience at BSM, it is likely that you will have the experience of having a substitute teacher, retaking a test, or struggling with one of your classes. Although you may not always interact with her, Ms. Sandra Barry plays a critical role in all of these. Barry star...

Life after football

Life after football

Lucas Latterell, Opinions Editor
March 31, 2017
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On January 20 2017, the BSM football team raised its first State Championship banner to the rafters of the Haben center. The gleaming faces and riotous cheers were reminiscent of the moment months before, when those same boys of fall joyously raised their Championship trophy to an enthusiastic crowd...

15 Minutes with the Archbishop: a Knight Errant Q&A

15 Minutes with the Archbishop: a Knight Errant Q&A

Leo Driessen, Online Editor-in-Chief
March 7, 2017
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KE: How do you handle the responsibility of being a leader for Catholic education in the Twin Cities? BH: “I’ve been really impressed with the schools here in the archdiocese both in the numbers and in vitality. I haven’t had the opportunity to go to [BSM] yet, but I look forward to th...

What is the future of education?

What is the future of education?

Abby Letscher, Features Editor
February 24, 2017
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In 1996, IBM’s computer program Deep Blue won a chess game against world champion chess player Garry Kasparov. While Deep Blue would go on to lose the match, the implication of this win was clear: technology is evolving rapidly. One year later Deep Blue beat Kasparov. Since then, technology has progres...

Honors and AP classes: furthering education or stress?

Honors and AP classes: furthering education or stress?

Erin Long and Mary Youngblut
January 29, 2017
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Honors and Advanced Placement (AP) courses allow one to learn at a higher level, but it sometimes comes with the cost of late night studying, hours spent on homework, intense stress and less time with friends. Conventional wisdom is that advanced classes help students to better prepare for college, but...

Trends in the colleges BSM graduates attend

Trends in the colleges BSM graduates attend

Jack Beutz, Staff Writer
January 25, 2017
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At BSM, the college choice more commonly lies in the question of where rather than if. As is typical of a college preparatory school, BSM strives to build a direct link between high school and collegiate lifestyle. The class of 2016 was no exception to the college preparatory cycle by sending 208 stud...

BSM post-election cycle: where do we go from here?

BSM post-election cycle: where do we go from here?

Elizabeth Kupchella, Online Features Editor
January 24, 2017
Filed under FEATURES, In-Depth, MULTIMEDIA, Showcase

“The relationship that existed with Antonin Scalia and Ruth Bader Ginsburg should serve as a guide for all. Brilliant Supreme Court Justices with polar opposition political and judicial beliefs; yet, they were dear friends." –– Mr. Pauly

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