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One Last Headline

One Last Headline

Gabby Giesler, Editor-in-Chief

May 9, 2016


Filed under *Showcase, Opinion

It was sophomore year when I opened the door to B120 and saw a dorky looking teacher with big glasses smiling at me. The green, rectangular table was encircled with an intimidating bunch - all juniors and seniors. It appeared that class had already been going on for awhile now, and I was late. I timidly...

My Very Own S’more War

My Very Own S’more War

Gabby Giesler, Editor-in-Chief

April 11, 2016


Filed under *Showcase, Opinion

Ah, summertime. Late night bonfires companioned with crispy, melting marshmallows smashed between two honey graham crackers and Hershey's chocolate. The only thing just as delicious as this, if not better, is the S'mores Blizzard from Dairy Queen. I still recall the moment I drove through the drive-thru and saw...

6 Money Saving Apps Every High School Student Needs

6 Money Saving Apps Every High School Student Needs

Gabby Giesler, Editor-in-Chief

April 4, 2016


Filed under BirdFeed, Tips & Tricks

1.  Pinpoint BOGO Juice Stop, Newman's Noodles, Spaghetti Works and Vidlaks are just a few opening rewards when you sign up for Pinpoint. This rewards program has a multitude of dining places that include free appetizers and desserts. The more you spend, the more points you accumulate. Once 50 points i...

A Presidential Encounter

A Presidential Encounter

Gabby Giesler, Editor-in-Chief

March 21, 2016


Filed under News

Spring break: a time for cleaning, beach vacations, copious hours of work study, catching up on homework, sleeping in: the usual. However, for senior Sean Lynch, spring break was anything but ordinary. Sean traveled to the White House and came face to face with President Barack Obama. Chosen as a re...

Two Peas in a Pod

Two Peas in a Pod

Gabby Giesler, Editor-in-Chief

March 14, 2016


Filed under *Showcase, Features

There's no doubt the sporting teams of Skutt Catholic are adamant about giving back to the community. Whether it be going to Open Door Mission, participating in Kids Against Hunger, or making blankets for kids in the hospital, our teams do an excellent job of giving back. This was exactly the cas...

Fire and Gold in Their Eyes

Fire and Gold in Their Eyes

Gabby Giesler, Editor-in-Chief

February 15, 2016


Filed under *Showcase, Sports, Winter

Make it out of prelims: that's all they wanted to do. This month, however, the Skutt Catholic Cheerleading Squad did more than that; they progressed to finals and placed seventh in the nation in the Medium Varsity Game Day division at the National High School Cheerleading Championship at the ESPN Wide...

Woven with Warmth and Comfort

Woven with Warmth and Comfort

Hannah Klemme, Editor-in-Chief

February 8, 2016


Filed under Features

There's no denying that our school is a life-sized ice box. Whether you stay warm with a cardigan, crewneck, or hoodie, there are several options to keep you nice and toasty during the school day. However, our very own Mrs. Rago keeps cozy with a sweater that has kept her company for a large part of...

Is It Friday Yet?

Is It Friday Yet?

Gabby Giesler, Hannah Klemme, and Lily Yates

February 8, 2016


Filed under Features, Indepth

Students aren't the only ones itching for 3:05 on a Friday afternoon. Teachers, too, anxiously await that sweet final bell week after week. The early mornings and late evenings peppering the life of a high school teacher at Skutt Catholic aren't always easy, but these staff members do have their vices...

Caramelicous Blender, Extra Shot

Caramelicous Blender, Extra Shot

Gabby Giesler, Editor-in-Chief

February 8, 2016


Filed under Features

Approaching Mrs. Higgins' desk in the morning without a Caramelicious Blender from Scooter's present is one way of surely and quickly bringing your world to an end. This drink, composed of world-class espresso with smooth, homemade caramel sauce is crucial to Mrs. Higgin's sanity as a math teacher at...

Stringed Instrument Salvation

Stringed Instrument Salvation

Lily Yates, Copy Editor

February 8, 2016


Filed under Features

Although theology teacher Mr. Goetzinger can already be said to be outside of the boring in many respects, in one he is no different from any other. Like an understandable myriad of Skutt Catholic staff, this educator leans on a crutch, so to speak, to assist him through each school day, stay sane,...

Varsity Basketball

January 25, 2016


Filed under Uncategorized

A Week to Stand Up

A Week to Stand Up

Gabby Giesler, Editor-In-Chief

January 20, 2016


Filed under *Showcase, Features

Well, this is the third year I've written this article, and still students ask, "Oh, it's drug week?" No, SkyHawks. It's PART Week. I don't know how many times I need to say it, but here I go one last time. PART Week stands for Project, Acceptance, Respect, and Tolerance. The week is geared toward...

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