State Cheerleading Competition

Marta Fernandez, Assistant Sports Editor

April 1, 2015

A lot of people think that cheerleading does not require the same amount of work as other sports do, but in reality, it is very difficult to prepare for a cheer competition, especially at a higher level. Despite what others might...

Varsity Basketball: After the Fact

Madison Arthur, Sports Editor

April 1, 2015

Back in November, the Sheyenne Mustangs started their basketball season. Just a few weeks ago their hard fought season came to an end. Now, the players are able to look back and reflect on their games. Two juniors, Karlie Toy...

Post-ACT

Dillon Lien, Assistant Features Editor

April 1, 2015

Juniors felt the enormous pressure upon their shoulders due to the ACT. The ACT, or the American College Test, is a mandatory exam for all high school juniors who want to go on to college, especially those more prestigious secondary...

Day of Giving

Marta Fernandez, Assistant Sports Editor

April 1, 2015

Being a team is more than competing together. For the Sheyenne High School track team, it also means giving back to the community. The Day of Giving was a service day where the Sheyenne Track athletes helped use their talents...

Common Core

Dillon Lien, Assistant Feature Editor

April 1, 2015

`The issue of whether or not the Common Core State Standards Initiative, or Common Core, has its place in modern schools across the United States has been widely debated for nearly half-a-decade. Common Core is composed of educational...

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....

Are Class Rings Worth it?

Austin Hosie and Alexandria Stroh

April 1, 2015

Pro- This month, sophomores ordered their class rings. These rings not only make a statement of reaching a higher rank in education, but it’s also an item that will make the holder look back at high school. I’m all for this...