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15,600 Words Later…

15,600 Words Later…

Kayley Anderson, Editor in Chief
May 15, 2017
Filed under Column, Showcase

I finally did it. After numerous attempts and threats, the end of my Newspaper career has come. It took almost as long as it took me to quit Taco Bell, but thankfully I did it myself this time, instead of having a friend impersonate me (thanks Gretchen). In the two and a half years I've been on staff,...

Video Games Invade the Classroom

Video Games Invade the Classroom

Alaina Anderson, Staff Reporter
May 15, 2017
Filed under News

By sixth period, opening a textbook seems unimaginable and tasking to say the least. No one wants to sit and flip through a textbook. To remedy this, Mrs. Fuelberth is piloting a new interactive classroom video game in her ninth grade honors biology classes. Mrs. Fuelberth began using Classcraft at...

Addressing the Unaddressed

Addressing the Unaddressed

Maddie Mollner, Staff Reporter
May 15, 2017
Filed under Column, Opinion, Showcase

A theatrical performance’s main focus is, undeniably, to entertain. Another focus that is more often overlooked is to spread a message, to create an awareness inside the viewers that was not present before. Using the arts to spark consciousness about a particular subject is a highly effective way to...

Which Famous Roman Catholic Pope Are You?

Which Famous Roman Catholic Pope Are You?

Kayley Anderson, Editor in Chief
May 8, 2017
Filed under BirdFeed, Quizzes

https://www.playbuzz.com/flightlinenewspaper10/which-famous-roman-catholic-pope-are-you

25 Questions: Elizabeth Howard, Her Highness of High-Fives

25 Questions: Elizabeth Howard, Her Highness of High-Fives

Maddie Mollner, Staff Reporter
May 8, 2017
Filed under Features, Interview, Student Spotlight

On a typical school day, she can be seen walking down the halls of Skutt Catholic, hand outstretched, awaiting high-fives from passerby. Though widely known for her kindness and ability to strike up a conversation with just about anyone, not much else is known about the true colors of this particularly...

Classroom Comfort Becomes Priority

Classroom Comfort Becomes Priority

Alaina Anderson, Staff Reporter
May 1, 2017
Filed under News, Showcase

Sit up straight, put your feet under your desk, and pick your head up are all the dreaded phrases we begin to hear by sixth period. Comfort is often an afterthought in the classroom, but Skutt Catholic freshman English teacher Mrs. Leuschen has made this a priority by piloting new interactive classroom...

The Sweet Sound of Success

The Sweet Sound of Success

Maddie Mollner, Staff Reporter
May 1, 2017
Filed under Arts, Clubs & Activities, Student Life

On April 21 and 22, Bennington High School was full of musical students from all over Omaha, eager to compete for titles in the District Music Contest. Skutt Catholic was one of the many schools to participate, and the results proved to be very rewarding for the immensely talented choir department, led...

The Return of Mrs. Lenz

The Return of Mrs. Lenz

Maddie Mollner, Staff Reporter
April 24, 2017
Filed under Features, Teacher Feature

After a mere six months of retirement, Mrs. Paula Lenz is happy to be back in action in the classroom as a substitute teacher. A history teacher since 1993, Lenz’s contributions to the Skutt Catholic community throughout the years have touched students and faculty, and continue to do so as she returns...

13 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Watch Netflix’s New Show

13 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Watch Netflix’s New Show

Alaina Anderson, Staff Reporter
April 24, 2017
Filed under Opinion, Showcase

After staring aimlessly at my bedroom ceiling unable to fall asleep, I decided to occupy myself with a wander through Netflix. I had heard everyone was raving about their new original series 13 Reasons Why, so I figured I would watch one episode because, let’s be honest, I had nothing better to do....

Serving Up More Than New Seating

Serving Up More Than New Seating

Maddie Mollner, Staff Reporter
April 10, 2017
Filed under Entertainment, Food, News, Showcase

Upon entering the beloved pizza joint known as Piezon’s Pizzeria, one may notice the layout of sports magazines, dry-erase drawings on the wall, and the scent of pizza in the making. For years, locals of the 156th and Center area, as well as students at Skutt Catholic, have thought of Piezon’s as...

Ten Reasons Why You Should Always Listen to Mrs. Kros

Ten Reasons Why You Should Always Listen to Mrs. Kros

Kayley Anderson, Editor in Chief
March 27, 2017
Filed under BirdFeed, Culture, Teacher Feature

For those of you who haven't had the pleasure of having a class taught by Mrs. Kros, you're probably unaware of her comedic prowess. In order to keep kids on their toes and listening during lectures, she often adds witty comments that make class an educational hoot. Here are ten timeless quotes by Mrs....

The Rare Bird of Fashion

The Rare Bird of Fashion

Alaina Anderson, Staff Reporter
March 27, 2017
Filed under Entertainment, Everything in Between

“You can't take your eyes off Iris Apfel, but then again, why would you want to?" raves The New York Times about Albert Maysles’ documentary "Iris." "Iris" is a hidden gem that wows viewers with its outlandish vibe and infinite wisdom. Anyone who knows fashion knows Iris Apfel. She is iconic when...

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