Knight Errant

Students attend indoor and outdoor concerts

Haley Hewitson and Anna Geherin | November 12, 2019

When it comes to concerts, people across the country are constantly looking to purchase tickets for the latest and greatest artists in town. Whether it’s a local artist from Minnesota or an artist from the top 50 charts, there is always a concert to attend. Despite the cost and expense of going to a concert often being too high, many people spend lots of time and money finding the perfect concert...

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Students start new Esports club

Connor Rahill, Staff Writer | November 8, 2019

BSM is home to a variety of clubs and activities for students with all kinds of interests to participate in. A new esports club has been introduced to BSM this year, available to any student who wants to hang out, play video games, and have fun. The club is led by freshmen David Petit, Nathan Litts, and teacher-supervisor Mr. Casey Mosich. The group will meet after school on Mondays and Wednesdays...

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Ecology brings students a nontraditional learning environment

Blake Mesenburg, Staff Writer | November 5, 2019

Led by Mr. John Porisch, the ecology class is a nontraditional class that spends a significant amount of time outdoors in nature. The class goes outside at least once a week––usually on block days––to study Minnesota’s great outdoors including birds, trees, plants, and fish. “In our short class time, I tell my students to walk fast, and I have a purpose and know what I want to cover...

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Sports teams show spirit through dress up days

Connor Rahill, Staff Writer | November 4, 2019

BSM students participating in extracurricular activities love to show their team pride by coming to school dressed up in team uniform, merchandise, or perhaps something completely unrelated to the team.  Coordinated in advance, teams try to get every member of the lineup to partake in the dress-up. While some teams such as football, boys’ and girls’ soccer, and girls’ hockey simply wear their...

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Students dress up for Halloween

Frida Fortier, Staff Writer | November 3, 2019

Even though most high schoolers have retired from trick-or-treating, having a good costume is still a Halloween essential. Whether you’re attending a party or just passing out candy, it’s important to have the proper attire. Students do not take Halloween costumes lightly.  Freshman Amelia Beutz and Ellie Krusemark took a unique angle with their Halloween costume. Beutz is dressing up as a...

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