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Mythology brings the ancient to life

Aiden Luebke, Staff Writer | May 2, 2019

For students that are interested in a wide range of topics from Greek myths to Navajo traditions, they have the opportunity to take Mythology. Mythology is an English class that BSM offers for sophomores, juniors, and seniors. The class needs to be taken as an elective for sophomores and juniors, but seniors can take the course as their main English class. The curriculum starts off with students...

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Seniors begin, continue, shun senior slide

Luke Mathwig, Staff Writer | April 26, 2019

With the second semester half done, seniors’ grades begin to drop. This phenomenon is known as the infamous “senior slide” and is currently affecting BSM seniors. Students in high school are often defined by their grade level: Freshmen are the kids, who don’t know what’s going on and are busy being, well, freshmen. Sophomores are the forgotten students of the school, doing whatever one does...

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Students gathered for a Lenten book discussion

Erin Long, Print Editor-in-Chief | April 26, 2019

BSM works to give students faith-filled opportunities during Lent. This year, in addition to the Lenten masses, BSM hosted a Lenten book club during lunches, and before and after school on April 16. In preparation for this discussion, students were asked to read Left To Tell: Discovering God Amidst the Rwandan Holocaust by Immaculée Ilibagiza. “We picked this book because of the timing of Immaculee’s...

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Junior Jason Larew returned to BSM after living overseas

Zach Zeman, Staff Writer | April 9, 2019

As junior Jason Larew entered BSM on the first day of the second semester, things felt strangely distant and oddly familiar all at the same time. After completing 8th grade at BSM in 2016, Larew’s dad was offered a job to be the Head of Finance for Southeast Asia, India, and Australia/New Zealand, so he and his family moved to Shanghai, China for two and a half years. This move wasn’t actually...

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Outlandish passes found throughout BSM’s halls

Caroline Pauly and Brooks Carver | April 6, 2019

Ever since the class of 2014’s senior class prank of stealing hall passes, teachers have upped their uniqueness to ensure they are easy to identify and never stolen again. Walking down the hallway with one of these strange passes may trigger some odd glances from other students, but teachers have their reasons for these weird passes. “Every single teacher in the building...if they see, a hall...

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