Knight Errant

Thursday Night Football dangerous for players

Thursday Night Football dangerous for players

Noah Layton, Staff Writer

January 19, 2018


Filed under OPINIONS, TOP STORIES

As the NFL regular season comes to a close many are looking at a big issue among players: Thursday Night Football (TNF). During the NFL season, about 16 games are played every week: one game Monday, one game Thursday, and 14 games on Sunday. The tradition of football on Sundays dates to the 1950s, and...

Three seniors already look forward to after college careers

Three seniors already look forward to after college careers

Kelly Dempsey, Staff Writer

January 19, 2018


Filed under STUDENT LIFE, TOP STORIES

Most upperclassmen at BSM have a broad idea of what they want to do after completing high school. But seniors Celiena Davis, Brielle Baker and Noah Shields have a more specific action point of what they want to do with their lives after school. From arts to detective work, these students plan on using th...

Assistant coaches lead the way from the sidelines

Assistant coaches lead the way from the sidelines

Dylan Hoen, Staff Writer

January 19, 2018


Filed under Showcase, SPORTS, TOP STORIES

Jerry Schuplinski, Bill Berry, Chris Dailey and Jerry Norman. Four names slightly less recognizable than those they reported to Bill Belichick, Phil Jackson, Geno Auriemma and John Wooden. The first four names listed above were assistant coaches who played an instrumental role in the success of the four...

Senior Felisha Fox turns BioMed project into a reality

Senior Felisha Fox turns BioMed project into a reality

Bridget Yazvec, Staff Writer

January 19, 2018


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Senior Felisha Fox is taking BioMed III to a whole new level. As of now, she has gotten a provisional patent for her BioMed III project which she has named P.A.D., short for Pain Adverting Device.   The product that Fox is patenting is designed to mainly help children with juvenile arthritis who have t...

AP Comp Museum Project pushes students to use different media to learn

AP Comp Museum Project pushes students to use different media to learn

Olivia Pohlen, Staff Writer

January 19, 2018


Filed under NEWS, News in Full, TOP STORIES

The AP Language and Composition classes, offered for students their junior year, are finishing up their project titled “Rhetorical Museum Project.” This project requires students to research the rhetoric of a topic of American culture throughout history and create an online museum page highlight...

Students take sides in classic Vikings v. Packers rivalry

Students take sides in classic Vikings v. Packers rivalry

Riley Miller, Staff Writer

January 19, 2018


Filed under MULTIMEDIA, STUDENT LIFE, TOP STORIES

Sports debates flood the hallways at Benilde-St. Margaret’s everyday, but no debate is more divisive than the decades long rivalry of the Minnesota Vikings versus the Green Bay Packers. With the Vikings home stadium a short 15 minutes from BSM, BSM is a prime spot for loyalty to purple and gold. How...

The Power of Music Vol 2

January 17, 2018


Filed under TOP STORIES, VIDEOS

The Greatest Showman recreates the classic story of the circus

The Greatest Showman recreates the classic story of the circus

Kayla Farrey, Staff Writer

January 17, 2018


Filed under A & E, Movie Reviews, TOP STORIES

With upbeat music and cheerful dancing, The Greatest Showman does not disappoint. The vibrant costume, hair colors, and characters of the movie will make it challenging for audience members to not enjoy this movie. Hugh Jackman, Zac Efron, and Zendaya put on a stellar performance, completely diving i...

Junior Myrka Zambrano lives the Catholic Social Teachings through her work at UAA

Junior Myrka Zambrano lives the Catholic Social Teachings through her work at UAA

Olivia Pohlen, Staff Writer

January 17, 2018


Filed under STUDENT LIFE, TOP STORIES

The BSM community prides itself on providing students with a learning experience that includes faith formation, academic rigor, social responsibility, and extensive extracurricular activities. One aspect of the BSM education that combines many of these ideals is servant leadership. Many BSM studen...

Trump is not nominating qualified candidates

Trump is not nominating qualified candidates

Alex Kang, Staff Writer

January 17, 2018


Filed under Columnist: Alex Kang, OPINIONS, TOP STORIES

As an outsider, Donald Trump promised to drain the swamp. As a businessman, Donald Trump promised to surround himself with the best people. As president Donald Trump has done neither. The White House is drowning in a damp swamp and his associates have been leaving like an episode of The Apprentice. From the la...

Red Knights participate in all-school SKOL Chant

Red Knights participate in all-school SKOL Chant

Buzz Williams, Staff Writer

January 16, 2018


Filed under MULTIMEDIA, NEWS, News in Full, Showcase, TOP STORIES, VIDEOS

After the Vikings won the quarterfinals, BSM students celebrated the win with a little school spirit. On Tuesday, January 16, the Red Knights gathered in the Great Hall during homeroom for a high school-wide “SKOL Chant” to support the Minnesota Vikings. The chant was led by junior John Whitmore...

BSM hockey goalies share their experiences

BSM hockey goalies share their experiences

Dylan Hoen, Staff Writer

January 16, 2018


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 ...

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