Knight Errant

Little Knights participate in online learning

Before BSM went to extended online school, the Little Knights read every week with one of the ninth grade English classes. Now they have had to take all of their learning online.

Flint Frohman, Staff Writer

April 22, 2020

Just like the rest of the students attending Benilde-St. Margaret’s and schools across the globe, the Little Knights have begun doing online school. The online program started off fairly quickly, with them beginning around the same time as the rest of BSM. “It was within the first week that we ...

BSM cancels prom

Prom 2020 was scheduled to be held at TCF Bank Stadium. Since the stay-at-home order was put in place and BSM has moved to extended online school, prom has been canceled.

Zach Carden, Staff Writer

April 22, 2020

As the school year winds down each spring, juniors and seniors alike look forward to prom––a time for upperclassmen to get fancied up and show off on the dance floor. However, due to the COVID-19 virus, the status of prom is very questionable and has many asking questions. While schools are currently clo...

Seniors set to participate in virtual alumni breakfast

Seniors traditionally wore shirts indicating their future plans to the annual alumni breakfast.

Nick Renk, Staff Writer

April 21, 2020

Benilde-St. Margaret's has been a leading school in the Twin Cities on making sure that the community remains strong and students are still able to receive an excellent education from the comfort and safety of their homes. One event that was forced to be changed was the annual alumni breakfast. Wit...

BSM Marketing Department holds Instagram giveaways

This past winter the Marketing team hosted the World Language Week giveaway.

Elena Latterell, Staff Writer

April 17, 2020

Benilde-St. Margaret’s school has been around for a long time, but the school’s marketing has changed drastically with an influx of new ways to communicate with people online. Recently, BSM has introduced an exciting new way of interacting with its community members via the internet.  Social m...

Changes made to AP tests due to COVID-19 crisis

Advance Placement testing was forced to make serious changes after the COVID-19 outbreak.

Reilly Rahill, Staff Writer

April 8, 2020

This spring, everybody around the world was hit with unexpected challenges due to COVID-19 that started to seriously affect everyday life. Of the many complications caused by the global pandemic, one that high schoolers across the country took issue to was Advanced Placement (AP) testing.  The unknown ...

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