Knight Errant

BSM hockey goalies share their experiences

BSM hockey goalies share their experiences

Dylan Hoen, Staff Writer

3 days ago


Filed under Showcase, SPORTS, TOP STORIES, Winter Sports

Wanting to stand there, even though fully padded, and have people fire hard, rubber discs at you anywhere between 75-90 MPH would seem to be a bit of a crazy notion. If that’s your passion, however, maybe it’s better to find out you’re a little crazy at an early age. “I had always wanted ...

The 2018 Golden Globes brought excitement and protests

The 2018 Golden Globes brought excitement and protests

Harry Madden, Staff Writer

3 days ago


Filed under ARTS, TOP STORIES

Every year at The Golden Globes, numerous celebrities take a break from their life as a working actor and all come together to enjoy one large party and awards ceremony. Millions across the the world sit to watch the event, hoping to see their favorite celebrities, movies, and tv shows take awards home. ...

Mr. Jake Ingalls coaches and teaches at BSM

Mr. Jake Ingalls coaches and teaches at BSM

Braeden Fitzgerald, Staff Writer

3 days ago


Filed under Showcase, SPORTS, TOP STORIES

Benilde-St. Margaret’s has an abundance of new teachers this year. One of them already has his roots deeply embedded into the BSM community. Jake Ingalls, a 2008 graduate of BSM, has come back to expand his professional career. After graduating from St. John’s, Ingalls decided that he wanted to work w...

Frida’s Finals Field Guide

Frida’s Finals Field Guide

Frida Fortier, Staff Writer

3 days ago


Filed under DIVERSIONS, STUDENT LIFE, TOP STORIES

Christmas Break is all fun and games until you go back to school and it hits you: finals. As students, finals are something we all dread, but if you follow these tips you might just make it through unscathed.   First things first, start studying early––This may sound cliche, but it does work. I...

Speech, debate, and mock trial teach students important skills

Speech, debate, and mock trial teach students important skills

Peyton Schuldt, Staff Writer

4 days ago


Filed under OPINIONS, TOP STORIES

The first tournament for BSM’s Speech Team happened Saturday, January 13 at Woodbury, and with the season underway, it serves as another reminder of the importance of speech, debate, and public speaking activities in general. The fear of public speaking, or glossophobia, is extremely common---an estimated 75% of the human population struggles with it. To anyone that strugg...

Grand Knight Coronation kicks off the Holiday Ball season

Grand Knight Coronation kicks off the Holiday Ball season

Noah Bridges, Staff Writer

January 12, 2018


Filed under MULTIMEDIA, NEWS, News in Brief, TOP STORIES

Every year, BSM celebrates Holiday Ball, and to kick it off, they start with the Grand Knight Coronation. January 12, BSM students gathered in the Great Hall to support and celebrate some of the seniors. They voted on the boys they thought were the best representatives of their class and good candida...

BSM faced many rivals over Winter Break in a variety of sports

BSM faced many rivals over Winter Break in a variety of sports

Quinn Ehlen and Megan Olk

January 11, 2018


Filed under SPORTS, TOP STORIES, Winter Sports

Being a private school in the city of St. Louis Park, it is inevitable that BSM has a cross-town rivalry in almost every sport with the Orioles. Boys’ hockey is a more recent growing rivalry, but nonetheless a fiery one.   At the beginning of winter break, the Red Knights took on the Orioles in ...

Bench Celebrations bring extra energy to the team

Bench Celebrations bring extra energy to the team

Riley Miller, Staff Writer

January 11, 2018


Filed under DIVERSIONS, MULTIMEDIA, TOP STORIES

One of the most slept on aspects of sports is the role of the bench. Nothing––not even the depth of the team––can compare to the importance of the celebrations and hype that the bench can bring to a game. “A celebration can change the game in a lot of ways. It gets the crowd into the game which helps amp...

Partisan gerrymandering harms the American right to vote

Partisan gerrymandering harms the American right to vote

Peyton Schuldt, Staff Writer

January 11, 2018


Filed under OPINIONS, TOP STORIES

In American society, the constituents choose their representatives. Or so we think. Originating from the name of 1812 Governor Elbridge Gerry of Massachusetts plus the word “salamander” due to the similarity between a salamander and the shape of a new voting district on a map drawn when Gerry was...

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