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Video Games Invade the Classroom

Video Games Invade the Classroom

Alaina Anderson, Staff Reporter
May 15, 2017
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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...

“Little Free Library” Makes a Reappearance

“Little Free Library” Makes a Reappearance

Allison Heithoff, Editor-in-Chief of Quintessence
May 8, 2017
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This spring, Skutt Catholic’s own Little Free Library made a reappearance, and thanks to its proximity to surveillance, it’s here to stay this time. Last May, members of the National English Honor Society first undertook the project of creating what is known as a Little Free Library. Essenti...

Classroom Comfort Becomes Priority

Classroom Comfort Becomes Priority

Alaina Anderson, Staff Reporter
May 1, 2017
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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...

Exotic, Tailless Gecko Rescued on Local Bike Trail

Exotic, Tailless Gecko Rescued on Local Bike Trail

Maria Miller, Birdfeed Editor
May 1, 2017
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Future Skutt Catholic president Jeremy Moore was riding bikes with his children on a trail near their house when they spotted a creature definitely not native to Nebraska’s prairie habitats. The family had stumbled upon a small leopard gecko who had lost its tail, and knew they had to lend a helping...

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...

Martial Arts Instructor Runs For Mayor, Refuses Campaign Donations

Martial Arts Instructor Runs For Mayor, Refuses Campaign Donations

Tom Hermanek, Features Editor
April 3, 2017
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It’s becoming increasingly rare to find a political candidate who’s honest and down-to-earth. It’s even harder to find one who refuses campaign donations and doesn’t wish to participate in debates. Martial Arts Instructor and Black Belt Christopher Geary, however, isn’t your typical politi...

Westside School District to Eliminate Elementary Spanish

Westside School District to Eliminate Elementary Spanish

Maddie Mollner, Staff Writer
January 30, 2017
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In a perfect world, people would be able to communicate with each other even with a language barrier. Unfortunately, this language barrier is extremely present especially between Spanish and English speakers. Most of the time, an introductory course to prepare students for the high school level and even...

Omaha Classics Destroyed by Gas Fire Intend to Rebuild

Omaha Classics Destroyed by Gas Fire Intend to Rebuild

Maria Koliopoulos, Graphics Editor
January 23, 2017
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When the building at the corner of Harney and South 11th Street went up in flames on January 9, 2016, few saw a tangible future for Omaha's Old Market classics, M’s Pub (est. 1987) and Nouvelle Eve (est. 1973). Around a year later, however, new light shines onto this case. Renovations to rebuild...

Commons Bathrooms Get a Makeover

Commons Bathrooms Get a Makeover

Ava Dreessen, Ad Manager/ Copy Editor
January 16, 2017
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After the many requests for better quality paper towel dispensers, and sinks that never seem to get the water warm enough, Skutt Catholic had finally made the decision to completely redo their commons bathrooms, and the response was beholden. This extreme makeover started as soon as the bells dismissed high...

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