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Neil Gorsuch’s book misses its own points

Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch released his book on Sept. 10 entitled 'A Republic, If You Can Keep It.'

Alex Steil, Online Editor-in-Chief

October 21, 2019

When asked in 1787, while leaving the Constitutional Convention, Benjamin Franklin was asked by a bystander what type of government the founders created. Franklin replied, “a republic, if you can keep it.” Two hundred and thirty two years later, Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch believes that...

Summer internships help students decide their future

History teacher Matt Kiedrowski gives junior Serena Hiveley advice on summer internships. He recommended doing one in high school for more experience in a certain job field.

Emma Sneden, Business Editor

May 15, 2019

As students continue the path of high school, many of them, especially upper classmen, are starting to explore and research jobs and careers for the future, one of these explorations being summer internships. From the experience of an internship, students can gain knowledge of a certain job and see what...

New Model United Nations Club visits Milwaukee

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.

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 Model United Nation Convention works to allow students to take the role of a non-governmental organ...

Trump can handle North Korean threats

Trump can handle North Korean threats

McKenna Wohlers, Social Media Reporter

May 9, 2017

Since 1945, North Korea and South Korea have been divided by conflict at the 38th parallel. This long time conflict has had the U.S. supporting South Korea and Russia supporting North Korea. While the U.S. and the United Nations have not been involved militarily for over 50 years, the Russians have increased economic su...

New conference system aids all students

New conference system aids all students

Olivia Weirtz, Print Editor-in-Chief

March 30, 2017

For many parents who attend conferences with their child's teachers regularly, the verdict is always the same. The student is either probably excelling, or is getting by well, in which case the student could easily improve his/her situation. The new conference system that is being piloted this year and...

Feminism Club creating change for better

The Feminism Club members met on Feb 6 to make signs to put up around the high school to spread awareness and hopefully inspire a few people to join.

Alex Ehde, Social Media Reporter

February 13, 2017

r The newest club at the SAHS, the Feminism Club, is raising awareness for women's rights, LGBTQ+ rights, and minority interests around the community. The club has been recently started by Erica Lemke, Madison Fulin and Maddy Baker. The meetings take place in US history teacher Matt Kiedro...

Trump’s poor policy worse than Clinton’s unlikability

Trump's poor policy worse than Clinton's unlikability

Adam Johnson, Buisness Editor

September 25, 2016

With the elections coming up, Trump and Clinton are neck and neck.  With Trump's poor policy and debate skills, it will be Clinton's election to lose. Just after labor day, crucial polls were released by CNN showing Trump with 45 percent, barely edging out over Clinton, who received just 43 percent.  These number...

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