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...

2018 Senior Map

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

May 10, 2018

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

Fortnite Review

Lucas Johnson, Graphic Designer

May 2, 2018

Fortnite is a massive multiplayer game, currently with two game modes: a battle royale and player versus environment game mode. Fortnite gained its popularity for its battle royale mode, and because of another battle royale game...

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...

Managing Third Quarter Stress

Naelly Andrade, Staff Writer

April 6, 2018

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...

Track: Rebuilding a Team

Naelly Andrade and Elsye Anderson

February 14, 2018

Track and field is a sport which includes athletic contests established on the skills of running, jumping, and throwing Track has an estimated of 50 students in total, but about more than half are juniors and seniors. In the last...

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...

Uncommon Jobs

Carly Bahr and Lucas Johnson

February 2, 2018

For many students, high school is a time where they begin to gain more independence, especially financially. Teenagers are relying less on their parents and needing to provide for themselves. Although many teens are choosing jobs...

DECA Water Bottle Project

Lucas Johnson and Grace Lamp

November 17, 2017

Throughout December and January, a student led club, called Well-Being, will be selling water bottles in order to build wells in Africa. Their proceeds will then be matched by a match program which will go towards helping build...

Stranger Things Season 2 Review

Elsye Anderson, Staff Writer

November 17, 2017

This October, Netflix brought an eager audience exactly what they’ve been waiting for: another round of Stranger Things. Although the second season doesn’t quite capture the same sense of adventure as the first season, it...

A Whole New World (of Sports)

Naelly Andrade, Staff Writer

November 7, 2017

Here at Sheyenne High we have plenty of sports, including boys’ hockey, cross country, wrestling, basketball, track and more. Most are satisfied with the offerings of the more popular high school sports played around the country,...

The Gesture That Became a Movement

Jacob Smith, Staff Writer

November 7, 2017

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....