2018 Senior Map

Karlie Mathias and Carly Bahr, Media Editor and Co-Editor in Chief

May 10, 2018

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Check out where the class of 2018 will be going after high school with this interactive Map

Hate Speech in Schools

Elsye Anderson, Staff Writer

May 2, 2018

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According to Penn GSE Newsroom in Philadelphia, there has been a rise in racial and ethnic harassment since the presidential election last year. Because of this rise, there has been a lot of debate over "hate speech" in schools....

Managing Third Quarter Stress

Naelly Andrade, Staff Writer

April 6, 2018

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Counselor Raile has noticed many juniors and seniors have been stressing about school things. Juniors are starting to stress over the ACT and seniors are stressing over graduation. Raile has been giving tips to everyone needing...

The Gesture That Became a Movement

Jacob Smith, Staff Writer

November 7, 2017

Filed under FEATURES, NEWS, Showcase, SPORTS

The most recent culture war in today’s political climate in the United States is the national anthem protest currently being demonstrated by players in the National Football League, and other professional sporting organizations....

Kindness in Our Schools

Grace Lamp, Staff Writer

November 7, 2017

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As Thanksgiving rolls around the corner, people’s mindsets go into the holiday breaks. However, something that most people tend to forget about is the manners and the kind mindset that makes Thanksgiving the “thankful” holiday....

Thanksgiving: The Real Story Behind That Turkey

Saida Aweis, Staff Writer

November 7, 2017

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Thanksgiving is one of the biggest holidays of the year. It’s a time when family and loved ones get together to be thankful for all that they have. When most people think about Thanksgiving, they think about the meal or the...

Boys and Girls Clubs of America

Jacob Marineau and Karlie Mathias

November 7, 2017

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Throughout American history, there has been a plethora of kids without a positive environment that they can thrive in. Whether they’re neglected, abused, or living in a low-income household, these children get the help th...

Sheyenne Seniors Making Impact Worldwide

Jacob Smith, Staff Writer

October 18, 2017

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Last May, Sheyenne seniors Braden Webb and Benjamin Vetter went on a trip to Belize to volunteer and help the people in need. The two seniors worked primarily in a pharmacy and assisted the nurses in receiving the medication...

The Polished Man

Karlie Mathias and Jacob Marineau

October 16, 2017

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As a community we are tasked with protecting the most innocent among us, and who is more vulnerable and innocent than a young child? That’s what the Polished Man movement is about: defending and standing up for those who are...

Overcrowding

Karlie Mathias and Saida Aweis

October 5, 2017

Filed under FEATURES, NEWS, Student Life

Look around a core class at Sheyenne. You will likely see a room with every seat filled - a class of 30 or close to it. With an increasing number of new students arriving at Sheyenne every fall, the school is being stretched to...

Miss America is Miss North Dakota

Grace Lamp, Staff Writer

October 5, 2017

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On September 11, 2017, Miss North Dakota; Cara Mund, competed in the Miss America completion. She and 50 other young women competed against one another in order to win the crown. In all, over 12,000 women participated in local...

Question and Answer with Anthony Peterson

September 23, 2016

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1. Who was the last person you saw in concert? “Bruce Springsteen! In Philadelphia Pennsylvania last Friday night, September 9 at Citizen Bank field. I had a mutual acquaintance that knows somebody who works for Bruce Springsteen's...

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