Knight Errant

The NFL needs to change its OT rules

Patriots #34 Rex Burkhead dives over the goal-line for a late game touchdown.

Henry Witterschein, Online Editor-in-Chief

January 24, 2019

Sunday’s conference championship games were some of the most controversial in recent history. The conference game taught us two things: Vikings fans will always embrace a Saint’s heartbreaking loss, and more importantly, the NFL needs to change their overtime rules, and they need to do it now. ...

Fabulous Fourteen represents the class of 2018

Fabulous Fourteen represents the class of 2018

May 18, 2018

For the past 17 years, the Knight Errant has published an end of the year “senior issue” of the paper, when we publish the Tremendous Twelve. However, it doesn’t always include an explanation of what Tremendous Twelve means. This explanation is even more pertinent this year because we have chose...

Sarah Mason

Sarah Mason

Madison Hicks, Managing Editor

May 23, 2016

Passionate is only the tip of the iceberg when beginning to explore the fascinating individual of senior Sarah Mason. Being involved and inspired by everyone around her, Sarah has been able to take her love of learning, justice, and leadership to impressive heights. “I have lots of passions. My parents...

Ana Vigil

Ana Vigil

Adam Eldred, Print Editor-in-Chief

May 23, 2016

Ana struggles with a massive bite of eclair, and I tell her I thought she was supposed to be gluten-free. She replies, deliberately into the recording device, “To get to the best things in life, you have to put yourself at a bit of a risk. It’s more fun that way.” Ana Vigil––musician, artist,...

Gale Gerada

Gale Gerada

Emily Anderson, Student Life Editor

May 23, 2016

Cool, fashionable, cultured, and artsy all describe senior Gale Gerada. For being a self-proclaimed “super indecisive” person, our interview consisted of sarcastic quips paired with insightful ideas about drawing projects, politics, and her experience of high school in America. She brings...

Jimmy Peng

Jimmy Peng

Kate Janda, Copy Editor

May 23, 2016

Jimmy Peng sits down for his interview early Monday morning handling a white brand-less coffee cup and a smile on his face. Jimmy is patient and friendly while the interview is set up, listening attentively to direction. Though his school newspaper is quite literally labeling him tremendous, Jimm...

Jaime Dritz

Jaime Dritz is captain of the Alpine ski team.

Kasey Desmond, Student Life Editor

May 22, 2016

There is no single specific thing that makes Jaime Dritz tremendous. Jaime is a compilation of a million memorable elements that form a comprehensively extraordinary person. Of course, she excels as a skier and a softball player; however she is truly tremendous because of all the minute details th...

Dan Myhra

Dan Myhra

Jimmy Youngblut, Diversions Editor

May 22, 2016

Dan Myhra believes that people’s first impression of him is that he is “a bit intimidating, or serious or down to business,” but there’s more to him than meets the eye. He carries thirteen years of hockey experience, an enjoyable drawing career, and a strong faith life. Throughout Dan’s...

Jack Meshbesher

Jack Meshbesher

Carolina Jimenez, Features Editor

May 22, 2016

Gentle, wise, an outdoorsman, filled with seemingly endless knowledge about mechanics: all tell-tale trademarks of Jack Meshbesher. Jack is the quiet and mindful person you search for as a lifelong friend, the type of friend who you feel confident would cover you with a blanket if you fell asleep in...

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