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Joanna Tom and sophomore participant Will  Raymond making Earth day posters, and Native American Student Alliance posters on April 24. These posters are put up in the cafeteria.

Native American student Alliance club brings awareness to diversity

Sierra Hippel, Distribution Reporter May 3, 2019

"It's to bring students together with a commonality and connection to being Native students, to bring them together socially, emotionally and to connect with their culture," school phycologist Jennifer...

Seniors Ben Valerius and Abbe McBride practice for Les Miserables. This is one of the theatres daily practices from 2:30-7:30 p.m. in the auditorium.

Theatre practices for upcoming ‘Les Miserables’

Claire Anderson, Field Reporter April 12, 2019

"Les Miserables is extremely entertaining and thought-provoking," theater director Grif Sadow said. The spring performance of "Les Miserables" will be put on the first two weekends of April...

Senior Jack Batterton addresses the Model UN club before their trip to the University of Milwaukee March 20-22. This is the first year this club formed.

New Model United Nations Club visits Milwaukee

Ben Jacobs, Podcast Reporter April 10, 2019

In its first year, the Model United Nations Club went to the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee to attend a Model United Nations Convention. They went March 20-22 and represented the United Kingdom. The...

The Broad Spectrum team meets Thursdays at 3:15 p.m. The team discusses future plans for their broad spectrum camp that will begin in the summer.

Broad Spectrum opens mind to new ideas

Sierra Hippel, Distribution Reporter April 5, 2019

"There are people who are really hateful in the world, who judge people off of their gender, sexual orientation, race and more. We want to be able to use all those as creativity, and as an outlet for kids...

Senior Jeffrey Robinson prepares to execute a trick. Kendamas are making a comeback after disappearing for 6 years. Sweets Kendamas is a local Minnesota company that is a favorite of students.

Kendama trend returns after six years hiatus

Jameson Stahl, Online Editor-in-Chief April 4, 2019

After disappearing from student's hands for six years, kendamas, one of the hottest trends from elementary school, is back. The viral game first came onto the scene back in 2012 and 2013. Kendamas were...

Junior Juliauna Belisle helped a community member with technology questions he had, so he can communicate with his family more efficiently March 6.

Springer’s students teach community technology skills

Jordyn Le Vasseur, Layout Editor March 15, 2019

Computer Science teacher Nicholas Springer recently brought a group of students to Community Thread to help senior citizens with technology questions. He met a few students on March 6 to discuss their...

Key Club members participated in making May Day baskets for teachers last year. The Key Club has over 90 members and meets every other Thursday in the main gym.

Key Club strives to serve community

Soren Danelius, Layout Editor March 14, 2019

Most students do not participate in community service, but those who do have a special space for community service join Key Club. The Key Club is a student-led community service club; they meet every...

Dungeons and Dragons club debate over semantics. Pictured from left to right are junior Rowan Bell-Myers, senior Nathan Breisler, and senior Aztlan Sanchez. The other two members, senior Tyhlir Lowry and junior Aaron Mozey were not present at the session on Feb. 12. The adventuring frequently gets side-tracked when someone brings up memes or the practicalities of magic in real life.

Dungeons and Dragons club rolls for a natural 20

Q.C. Ho, Editorial Cartoonist March 13, 2019

"It was probably one of the more fun experiences I've ever had," senior Nathan Breisler said. Breisler was about 12 years old when he got into Dungeons and Dragons. His brother's group needed a tank,...

Concert orchestra works through a musical piece while be lead by director Zach Sawyer. The group leaves for Boston March 28.

Concert orchestra explores music in Boston

Chas Morgan, Layout Editor March 11, 2019

As the orchestra students prepare for their trip to Boston, Mas. their teacher and director, Zach Sawyer is just as excited as they are. Sawyer, who has been Stillwater's director for the past four years,...

Dollars for Dreams displays a map in Spanish teacher Kirsten Carters room to show where their loans go. Members started this map when the club first began three years ago. They have helped 63 different people in 26 countries.

Carter makes a difference one dollar at a time

Julia Bennett, Business Editor March 5, 2019

Spanish teacher Kirsten Carter began the club Dollars for Dreams three years ago to help people in other countries to escape the poverty cycle. She never imagined the impact it would have on not only her...

Students attend weekly practice in BPA advisor Philip Schuts classroom. The students practice for their upcoming state competition in March.

Business Professionals of America Club advances to State

Toby Weiss, Camera Editor February 28, 2019

The Business Professionals of America Club has received top awards within their first year of having been created. The club recently competed with about 100 other students statewide at regionals and received...

Paula Harrison is the leader of the TRUST buddy club and an unified PE teacher. She had decided to reschedule the plunge to March 1.

Polar Plunge delayed due to weather

Nathaniel Willius, Distribution Reporter February 16, 2019

A Polar Plunge is an event in which the participants jump into a cold lake. There was one planned for Feb. 9, for when some students were going to participate to help raise money for T.R.U.S.T buddies...

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