Student News of Skutt Catholic High School

The Flightline

  • Musicians wanting to help with retreats/Campus Min events- meet today after school in CM Office!

  • Big Hawks! Friday we will being meeting up with your Little Hawks at 9:15 for a QR activity. Please bring your iPads to the gym.

  • Get your free 25th Anniversary T-Shirts During Lunch!

  • All students interested in Vivace Band or Crew, please stop and see Mr. Storm in the music room by Tuesday, August 22nd.

  • Set construction has begun for the fall play! Come to the stage after school at 3:30 and get involved.

  • SkyHawks for Life will be hosting their first Life Nite on Tuesday Aug. 22 @ 7pm in the Student Center.

  • Tryouts for the Mock Trial teams will be held on Sunday, August 27th at 5 p.m. in room C105.

5 Video Games You Wish Were Still On Your iPad

5 Video Games You Wish Were Still On Your iPad

Ava Dreessen, Ad Manager/ Copy Editor
May 15, 2017
Filed under BirdFeed, Culture

With the integration of iPads in the classroom came a terror for teachers and their lectures alike: video games. Every student reminisces about that glorious time between iPad integration and that weird MDM app I can't delete when the App Store's plethora of time-wasters was just at our finger taps....

Annual Epidemic Plagues Skutt Catholic

Annual Epidemic Plagues Skutt Catholic

April 24, 2017
Filed under BirdFeed, Culture

Senioritis runs rampant in the halls of Skutt Catholic, leaving in its wake widespread lack of motivation and effort. This year's strain carries a new virus, afflicting much younger students with early onset Senioritis. The problem only continues to grow as the temperature rises and SkyHawks begin to...

Famous Last Words

Famous Last Words

Molly Gubbels, Entertainment Editor
April 24, 2017
Filed under BirdFeed, Column, Culture

They say you can't judge a book by its cover, but you can judge it by its words. Whether it be a person, a movie, a favorite novel or a play, the things that we often find to be most interesting are what the people say. About two years ago, I started compiling a list of all of my favorite quotes and it'...

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....

Vivace’s Best and Worst Facial Expressions of 2017

Vivace’s Best and Worst Facial Expressions of 2017

Nessa Woosley, Staff Morale Editor
March 13, 2017
Filed under BirdFeed, Clubs & Activities, Culture, Student Life

Facial expressions are arguably the most essential aspects of any show choir. Every performer has to work diligently on conveying the message each song perfectly on their face. Most of the time these expressions can relate to everyday happenings. Without further ado, here are the best and worst action...

What in Publication?: Best of the Newest Meme

What in Publication?: Best of the Newest Meme

Maria Miller, Birdfeed Editor
March 13, 2017
Filed under BirdFeed, Culture

You wouldn’t think that a poorly photoshopped cowboy hat paired with almost any word that ends in ‘ation’ would be funny, but that is where you are wrong. The newest meme plaguing everyone’s twitter feed is just that, and I, for one, am not mad about it. The style is simple and easily replicated,...

17 Quirky Quotes, Courtesy of Zoe Weland

17 Quirky Quotes, Courtesy of Zoe Weland

Hope Stratman, Copy Editor
March 13, 2017
Filed under BirdFeed, Culture, Student Life, Student Spotlight

Zoe Elizabeth Weland is one of the most endearingly odd people I know. This five-foot, eleven-inch tall junior is quiet when you first meet her, but be warned: if you become her friend, get ready for a whole lot of amazing, ingenious craziness. She is ridiculously witty and weird, so it's not surprising...

Not Top Ten Plays: Skutt Catholic Winter Sports Edition

Not Top Ten Plays: Skutt Catholic Winter Sports Edition

Bob Killgore, Posters Coordinator
February 6, 2017
Filed under BirdFeed, Culture, Sports, Sports Showcase, Winter

The Not Top Ten Plays features the worst plays athletes run during one week during Friday's weekly SportsCenter edition. It's a great way to end the week and always provides fans a great laugh. The reel features all kinds of sports, from NFL football to people chasing cheese in Great Britain. Some...

7 Signs You Are Close With Your Sister

7 Signs You Are Close With Your Sister

Maria Miller, Birdfeed Editor
January 16, 2017
Filed under BirdFeed, Culture

Having a sister can be a delightful friendship that you are born into, or a lifelong series of tragic interaction. More often than not, it is both. Being close with a sister creates a unique kind of relationship that no one without it will ever fully understand. The Skutt Catholic hallways are teeming w...

Christmas 2016 is Entirely Free of Snow

Christmas 2016 is Entirely Free of Snow

Maria Koliopoulos, Graphics Editor
January 9, 2017
Filed under BirdFeed, Culture

The Christmas season always leaves many eagerly awaiting lovely, wintry snow. With 2016's luck, however, the white fluffy stuff came just in time to miss Christmas entirely and start off the new year with unnecessarily slippery roads and probable frostbite. Snow before Christmas      ...

8 Realities of Having Lenient Parents

8 Realities of Having Lenient Parents

Maria Miller, Birdfeed Editor
December 5, 2016
Filed under BirdFeed, Culture

Every teenager dreams of a parent that lets them do whatever they want, whenever they want. While that isn’t and probably shouldn't be a reality, there are some parents that are closer to this than others. If your parents are some of those leaning towards complete leniency, then you will relate to a few, ...

Photo Essay: Sockspression

Photo Essay: Sockspression

Hope Stratman, Copy Editor
November 28, 2016
Filed under BirdFeed, Culture

There is a plethora of ways to show creativity in what one wears, even with uniform guidelines; students express themselves through intricate braids, patterned shoes, or bold lipstick. In fact, one of the most common types of expressive apparel is - you guessed it - socks. As insignificant as they m...

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