Knight Errant

Sophomore explores alternate interests

Sophomore explores alternate interests

Evan Bakker

April 18, 2008


Filed under NEWS, STUDENT LIFE

Rather than playing soccer year-round, obsessing about debate team, or just sitting around, ever-curious sophomore Abby Christensen searches for extraordinary hobbies. Welding metals, becoming a certified scuba diver, dreaming of embarking on a rock climbing adventure to the top of mount Everest, ...

Quick thinking lands BSM students spot in state competition

April 8, 2008


Filed under Activities

Four BSM students have displayed outstanding creativity and unparalleled quick thinking skills that have landed them a spot in the Destination ImagiNation state competition. With top scores and clever skits, they are ready to face the competition. A team of BSM freshman, Nate Muckley, Julie Flannery,...

Home on the range: horseback riding

Home on the range: horseback riding

April 1, 2008


Filed under STUDENT LIFE

Students engage in a variety of extracurricular activities offered at BSM. But for a select four, they have gone beyond the soccer field and beyond the basketball court to pursue their passions; whether it's in a stable or on a farm, these girls have devoted their time to doing what they love–ridi...

Sophomores Explore World of Magic

Sophomores Explore World of Magic

April 1, 2008


Filed under STUDENT LIFE

It’s not everyday that you make things disappear into thin air and leave an audience completely bewildered, unless you’re a great magician, such as some of our very own BSM students. Sophomore Alex Peck has been doing magic tricks for a few years and has even influenced his peers to start up the...

Student congress team argues at national qualifying tournament

Elin Lantz

March 31, 2008


Filed under STUDENT LIFE

By giving speeches and passing legislation, students in BSM’s Student Congress are simply government whizzes. But they are not the only ones: students across the state recently gathered as a congress and discussed, fought, and argued at the national qualifying tournament. “We did pretty well as...

Senior volunteers at Special Olympics

Courtney Johnson

March 17, 2008


Filed under STUDENT LIFE

Students sometimes seem to only volunteer for college resumes or awards, but senior Kelly Kosiek has taken this matter into her own hands and has made volunteering part of her weekly schedule, and has recruited juniors Elle Mohs and Natalie Guggenburger to do the same. Special Olympics Minnesota values...

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