Knight Errant

Interview with “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse” animator Tony Siruno

Interview with “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse” animator Tony Siruno

Mary Youngblut, Content Editor-in-Chief

December 14, 2018


Filed under FEATURES, TOP STORIES

Knight Errant: What did you do after high school?   Tony Siruno: I majored in journalism with a minor in comparative literature… I was at the University of Minnesota for four years. I was about 2 ½ quarters from graduating and I went to two animation events at the University of Minnesota cam...

BSM works to conserve water

BSM works to conserve water

Quinn Elsenbast, Staff Writer

December 14, 2018


Filed under EDITOR'S PICKS, FEATURES, TOP STORIES

With the growing awareness of climate change, water, the water cycle, and use of plastics have become incredibly prevalent issues when examining global environmental impacts. Theses issues, which have worldwide implications, are also relevant at BSM. Less than one percent of Earth’s water is available for human ...

Inside a conversation with Lauren Kennedy

Inside a conversation with Lauren Kennedy

Mia Rheineck, Varsity Writer

November 13, 2018


Filed under Column: The Rheineck Report, EDITOR'S PICKS, FEATURES, TOP STORIES

In the United States, the average cost of childcare is anywhere from $4,822 to $22,631 a year. For many families, that is a large sum of money to pay, and that’s why Lauren Kennedy co-founded Neighborhood Villages, an organization committed to offering affordable childcare that begins at birth. ...

Classroom culture differentiates across the world

Classroom culture differentiates across the world

Shay Kinney Leonhardt, Staff Writer

November 9, 2018


Filed under EDITOR'S PICKS, FEATURES, FEATURES, TOP STORIES

 One of the largest topics dealt with by government is the quality and effectiveness of the education system. Often times, the biggest critics of schools in America are the students. Most critiques about the American school system are based on comparisons with other countries’ systems. So, the question is ra...

Inside a conversation with Peggy Flanagan

Inside a conversation with Peggy Flanagan

Mia Rheineck, Varsity Writer

November 5, 2018


Filed under Column: The Rheineck Report, EDITOR'S PICKS, FEATURES, TOP STORIES

DFL Lieutenant Governor nominee Peggy Flanagan did not have a typical entrance into politics. She started her work in politics by volunteering and eventually running for Minneapolis School Board. She focuses on politics of inclusion and authenticity.  On November 6, Flanagan has the possibility to become t...

How BSM differs between the generations

How BSM differs between the generations

Molly Segner, Staff Writer

October 11, 2018


Filed under EDITOR'S PICKS, FEATURES, MULTIMEDIA, TOP STORIES

From its beginnings as the separate all-girls Saint Margaret’s Academy of 1907 and Benilde High School all-boys academy of 1956, BSM has formed a community that cares for its people. “Students need to know they are loved and cared for, and that they have a place to be themselves, regardless of th...

The student news site of Benilde-St. Margaret's School in St. Louis Park, MN
FEATURES