The Impulse Buy That Destroyed Everything

January 6, 2019

The following is an original piece of writing by Shinjini Chakraborty. It was nighttime, and I was nestled in my couch, watching T.V. Seriously guys, who doesn’t like those weird shows on the History Channel where they try...

Music Students Take Seattle

Grace Lamp, Staff Writer

April 6, 2018

In the month of March the music department has allowed its students to go on a once in a life time trip to Seattle. Over 100 students went on this trip for a total of five days. Ms. Smith, one of the chaperones and the orchestra...

Music Students Miss Out on School Dance

Karlie Mathias and Grace Lamp

February 2, 2018

With the Winter Formal just around the corner, many music students are upset because they will miss out on this school dance. Music students involved in the jazz band and Madrigals are going to the University of Mary in Bismarck...

Peter and the Starcatcher

Richard Worae, Staff Writer

November 7, 2017

Many are familiar with the 1953 Disney adaptation of Peter Pan, and while the original story is great, many people have questions about how the mischievous young boy came to be. Peter and the Starcatcher is a prequel to the original...

Fiddler on the Roof: Meet the Family

Hannah France, Assistant Head Editor

February 12, 2016



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What is Drumline?

Carly Bahr, Staff Writer

October 2, 2015

You probably know what the pep band is, but what about the people who keep the tempo? The drumline isn’t just an important asset to pep band, but also concert and marching band. It is made up of 15 students in grades 9-12,...

Fast and Furious 7 Movie Review

Megan Klein, A&E Editor

October 2, 2015

Fast and Furious 7, a part of the Fast and the Furious franchise is surely to be on of the greatest movies of 2015. With its star-studded cast, phenomenal soundtrack, and amazing effects, it is said to be the greatest in the series. Sophomore...

Apple Event: Spring Forward

Jonas McDonald, Feature Editor

April 1, 2015

During Apple’s March 9th event, Spring Forward, Apple announced a few new products and a new health revolution. For the longest time, Apple has been known for trying to make everything simpler, and now they showed that. The...

Perks of Reading ‘Perks’

Megan Klein, A&E Editor

April 1, 2015

In the story, The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephan Chbosky, you learn about awkward, shy, 15-year-old Charlie. Charlie has experienced much more than any high school freshman in 1991. Through journal entries, the story unravels...

Thespians Preparing for State

Kelli Fiechtner, A&E Assistant Editor

April 1, 2015

As spring competitions are on their way, Sheyenne High School’s theater department is putting their acting skills to the test in state competition. Thespians from high schools across North Dakota put together a single act play....

Student Shines in Show

Alexandria Stroh

January 29, 2015

"Many people do a million things at once, like maybe they have to go to practice, go to a meeting, and go home… But I’m not like that. I only focus and devote my time to one thing," Sheyenne High School junior Hans Wohler...