The Pony Express

Playing announcers for the day, senior Paige Hetipas and junior Alaina Friedrich emceeing at this years pepfest.

Hietpas uses skills to full potential

Olivia Flicker October 19, 2013

Paige Hietpas (’14) played soccer at Stillwater Area High School. She was on the junior varsity soccer team as a sophomore and moved up to varsity towards the end of the season. She tore both of her...

Schirvar A.R.I.S.E.s to the challenge

Alec Youngblood October 19, 2013

Global Warming is an issue that proves to be difficult to solve. Some believe it to be a myth, but statistics and the Earth’s evolving condition prove otherwise. There is not much one man can do on his...

Playing the harp is one of the many instruments junior Brooke Knoll  has learned to play throughout her years as a musician.

Knoll hits all the right notes

Lucy Langmack October 18, 2013

When Brooke Knoll was only 5 years old, she took an interest in music. Her family, being heavily involved with music, gave her the “musical gene". Her mom plays the flute, her dad plays the guitar, and...

Zahid’s big move to US

Kate Price October 17, 2013

Growing up in a third world country and moving to America at age 17 could easily be the biggest struggle of one’s life, but senior Maryam Zahid does not seem to be phased. She came to join her brother...

The gay straight alliance is a group where everyone is welcome and comfortable to talk about their orientation and get support.

Proud to have pride

September 23, 2013

“I always knew I was different than everyone else,” said Stillwater Area High School graduate Ben Frederick (’13). Ben is different because Ben is gay. Gay and proud. The LGBT community in Stillwater...

The SAHS speech team is a community of close-knit students who share a passion for public speaking. Junior Carly Johnson, shown second to the left in the second row, competed against the top 24 high school speakers in the state. Photo by Conor McClellan.

Johnson leads speech team to state

Ayden Delaney July 20, 2013

All eyes focus on junior Carly Johnson as she stands up to open up to the audience and judges with a speech she wrote herself. Despite high stakes, she remains calm, comforted by knowing many of the eyes...

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