The Long Process of Commiting to a College: Behind the Critical Decision

The Long Process of Commiting to a College: Behind the Critical Decision

Emma Ostrom, Staff Writer

December 21, 2018


Filed under Student Life, Top Stories

Friday, December 7th, was the first Coffeehouse of the school year, and it’s safe to say it was a success. Students displayed all kinds of musical talent from singing to saxophone and accordion playing. Those who attended were engaged, enthusiastic, and inclined to agree it was a great night. The students running the event were quick on their feet, keeping the everything running smoothly. It is evident that a lot of hard work went into that night. So how do they plan a successful coffeehouse?

Do Not Disturb: Consequences of Invading an Isolated Tribe

Do Not Disturb: Consequences of Invading an Isolated Tribe

Jing Mcintosh-Yee, Staff Writer

December 21, 2018


Filed under Commentary, Top Stories

Indigenous people reside in all regions of the world, particularly in locations with high biodiversity. Despite the fact that Indigenous groups live in rather remote and isolated areas, they are strongly affected by climate change and the rapidly developing technological world.

Alternate Dietary Options: Vegan, Vegetarian, Pescatarian, Gluten-Free

Alternate Dietary Options: Vegan, Vegetarian, Pescatarian, Gluten-Free

Annika Tamte, Staff Writer

December 21, 2018


Filed under Sports, Top Stories

It cannot be denied that over the past few years, the presence of veganism and vegetarianism has increased in popular culture. The availability of products that allow people to follow other diet plans has greatly increased as well, which makes it easier and easier to buy plant-based products or other products that support different diets. Why is it that so many people are now following a plant-based or alternative dietary option?

The Fear of Missing Out: Connection at a Cost

Anna Sagrillo, Staff Writer

December 21, 2018


Filed under Commentary, Top Stories

Since the conception of the Internet, the world has never been so connected, particularly with the rise of social media. Online communities gives users “a sense of belonging” says phycologist Mark D. Griffith Ph.D.; but living in a fishbowl isn’t necessarily rewarding. The social network giveth, and the social network taketh away. How? #FOMO.

Interest in the Centuries Old Sport of Curling Sweeps Across Minnesota

Interest in the Centuries Old Sport of Curling Sweeps Across Minnesota

Aarya Dev, Staff Writer

December 21, 2018


Filed under Sports, Top Stories

When winter comes around, most people just want to submerge themselves in blankets and binge watch movies, but, for others, sports are the best part of the chilly season. From Hockey to Nordic Skiing, there is for a sport for everyone. Recently, a new sport has emerged that not many individuals would see as popular: curling.

Looking For A Way To Be Creative And Organized? Try Bullet Journaling

Looking For A Way To Be Creative And Organized? Try Bullet Journaling

Ray Shehadeh, Staff Writer

November 26, 2018


Filed under Feature, Top Stories

Scrolling down the endless posts on the Instagram discovery page, I stop my search to find myself watching countless videos of bullet journaling. A one-minute Instagram video welcomed a new lifestyle change into my life, all kudos to the one and only bullet journal.

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