Knight Errant

COD MOD 2

Bernardo Vigil

December 7, 2009


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Since the emergence of the video game in the early 70s, society's perception of the gamer has evolved from the timeless computer nerd complete with calculator watch and pocket protector, to basically every male above the age of ten and below the age of 35. Yes, today video gaming for hours on end has...

BSM’s unhealthy habits

Emily Busch, Meredith Cannon, Dann Fry, and Sean Simonson, Emily Busch, Meredith Cannon, Dann Fry, and Sean Simonson

November 23, 2009


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Too Many Activities Spending an average of almost 13 hours on activities every week while still maintaining her high GPA, junior Francesca Sifferlin participates in 16 different activities this semester. On a normal day many students like Sifferlin run from one activity to the next, often times not ...

Creative intelligence

Emily Busch, Katie Hoesley, and Kate Baldwin, Emily Busch, Katie Hoesley, and Kate Baldwin

November 6, 2009


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Lauren Kretch Lauren Kretch, a senior, has enjoyed photography since junior high, "I got started in junior high, I believe, when I recieved a crappy Sony cybershot for my birthday," said Kretch. She has taken art classes at BSM throughout high school, "All of my classes have been in school. I've ...

The new freshmen experience

Kate Baldwin and Sam Thomas, Kate Baldwin, and Sam Thomas

October 6, 2009


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These days, freshmen are welcomed into the halls of BSM with warm smiles and hundreds of helping hands. With 236, they are one of the largest class in BSM history. About 36% of the incoming class are coming from non-religious schools and 1% are entering from out of state - this year will about a lot...

Winter Wonderland

Sarah Koller

January 20, 2009


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Cozy up at the Uncommon Grounds Coffeehouse Enveloped by the elegant framing of a renovated Victorian house and furnished with emerald booths from St. Paul Hotel's L'Etoile Restaraunt, the Uncommon Grounds Coffeehouse discloses a traditional flair and praise-worthy desserts, mochas, and chai. An...

The AP label and its real world implications

Elle Mohs and Kaia Preus

December 12, 2008


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Students lug heavy books home, stay up late studying, and wake up early to attend last-minute cram sessions in the library in order to succeed in prestigious AP classes. According to collegeboard.com, “AP can change your life.” Many students are wondering, however, if it’s worth it. “The College...

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