Knight Errant

Teenagers find new ways to meet with each other

Keegan Gustafson, Staff Writer | May 16, 2020

Due to the limited number of ways to connect with friends during quarantine, teenagers are finding new ways to adapt. A hot trend for those who have their license is to meet up with friends in parking lots. In order to keep social distance, students park their cars in a circle with their trunks facing inwards and sit in the backs of their cars. Circles of parked cars in parking lots have become...

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Students stay active during COVID-19

Nic Dokman and Alana Kabaka | May 15, 2020

For most students, this quarantine has been tough, to say the least–a lot of sitting around, watching TV, and doing homework over and over again. These activities tend to get super old and very boring. During all this new free time some students have been finding new activities to keep them busy and active.  Sophomore Max Benning has found a great new way for himself to stay active and keep his...

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Seniors miss important moments

Nate Schweitzer, Staff Writer | May 13, 2020

Thursday, March 13, 2020––A day that the class of 2020 wishes didn’t have any significance. That day was the last day BSM seniors would walk the halls together ever again. The last time they would eat lunch together. The last time they would interact in class with each other. The last time for many things that shouldn’t have been at that time.  COVID-19 struck Minnesota and the rest of...

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Adjusting to online school affects students

Flint Frohman, Staff Writer | May 1, 2020

Over the last few weeks, our day-to-day lives have all been drastically changed in one way or another. BSM made the decision to continue the school year online and have students learn remotely for the rest of the year. Learning like this is very different than usual and can be difficult for students to become accustomed to, but educators have been working to make teaching as effective as possible....

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Students’ spring break plans cancelled by COVID-19

Cooper Gay, Staff Writer | April 29, 2020

As the school year started to come to a close, many students looked forward to Spring Break. In the past, this break was a time to relax and settle down from everyday life. For seniors, it was traditionally one last vacation with friends before senior year ends. This year, however, things were different. For those that had plans to travel somewhere, the outbreak of COVID-19 canceled most trips....

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