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Omaha Slams Generate Snaps Galore

Omaha Slams Generate Snaps Galore

Lily Yates, Copy Editor

September 21, 2015

When you think of slam poetry, the first images to appear at the forefront of your mind probably involve angsty, thin-boned twenty-somethings wearing berets and wailing into a microphone. Maybe (who knows?) some bongos are involved too. While that picture is mostly inaccurate, the ideas of emotion, humanity,...

Photo Essay: The Art of Max

Photo Essay: The Art of Max

Molly Gubbels, Staff Writer

September 14, 2015

With beautiful artwork and unique design, Max Korensky has proven himself to be far more than just a friendly face in the hallways. Though you've probably heard the name before, Max Korensky is a sophomore here at Skutt Catholic. He participates in clubs and activities such as show choir, international...

Kirayle Jones: the Man, the Myth, the Legend

Kirayle Jones: the Man, the Myth, the Legend

Nessa Woosley

September 14, 2015

V-I-C-T-O-R-Y THAT'S OUR SKYHAWK BATTLE CRY!!! Some of our recent success at Skutt Catholic may be attributed to Kirayle Jones. He is one of the most recognizable members of the junior class due to his endless involvement in activities at Skutt Catholic. This year Kirayle is involved in football,...

Step Out and Serve

Step Out and Serve

Kayley Anderson, News / Feature Editor

September 14, 2015

Think of the best service experience you've ever had. Maybe it was building a house for Habitat for Humanity or talking with sick kids at a hospital, or even painting elderly ladies' nails. Regardless of your favorite way to serve, we all are required to do at least some service each year. One group...

“¡Hola, Clase!”

“¡Hola, Clase!”

Gabby Giesler, Editor-in-Chief

September 9, 2015

Señorita Consolino is her name, and Spanish is her game. Miss Consolino has been welcomed as the new Spanish III, IV, and V teacher at Skutt Catholic. Her exquisite background and experience with the language makes her the perfect fit for the job, and Skutt Catholic gratefully accepts her s...

Mock Trial Sets Sight on State & Beyond

Mock Trial Sets Sight on State & Beyond

Tom Hermanek, Copy Editor

September 9, 2015

The anticipation in the room was palpable. Mock Trial competitors from across the nation awaited the results. "Congratulations to NEBRASKA, the 2015 National Mock Trial Champions!" But the reaction of Skutt Catholic students was less than spectacular. In fact, not a single SkyHawk so much as applauded....

Bantam

Bantam

Nessa Woosley

September 9, 2015

"Mr. Bantam please come to the Front Office, Mr. Bantam to the Front Office"  Mr. Who? One of the new additions to the Skutt Catholic faculty is Mr. Oliver Bantam. He is the "Coordinator of Instructional Technology" which means he is here to help teachers and students leverage technology for educ...

What’s So Good about HyVee?

What’s So Good about HyVee?

Peter Quinn

September 9, 2015

As much as any teenager loves whipping up Big Macs after school, the attraction of bagging groceries has to draw in many new employees. Out of all the various part time jobs students have, there has been a recent spike of popularity in working in a grocery store. This can range from bagging groceries...

“My Dad’s in My Social Studies Class”- Blessing or Curse?

“My Dad’s in My Social Studies Class”- Blessing or Curse?

Lily Yates, Copy Editor

September 9, 2015

Sweating, you fumble with your books as your eyes dart side to side. 'I'm going to make it!' you think, hurrying across the commons. You hear footsteps behind you and let out a sigh. 'I hear someone didn't study hard enough for their Character Skills quiz?' says Mom. This is but one glimpse into some...

Photo Essay: Locally Vogue

Photo Essay: Locally Vogue

Hannah Klemme, Entertainment Editor

September 9, 2015

Electric music, sultry expressions, and exquisite trends set a high-class tone for one of Omaha's most popular weeks of the year. Held just across the street from the TD Ameritrade Ballpark, Omaha Fashion Week never fails to make common Nebraskans feel like a million bucks. Several inspirations are encompassed...

Through Fresh(man) Eyes

Through Fresh(man) Eyes

Peter Quinn

September 9, 2015

The upperclassman are used to the monotonous flow of the school day, the overcrowded hallways, and the delectable PYP lunches, but we forget about the overwhelming transition for Skutt's newest edition; the freshman. The transition from middle school to high school can be one of the most overwhelming....

Photo Essay: Lantern Fest

Photo Essay: Lantern Fest

Allison Heithoff, Sports Editor, Copy Editor

September 9, 2015

Saturday August 29, 2015, Omaha morphed into the Disney movie Tangled for the day as it hosted the Lantern Fest for the first time. This event, which is held around the country, consists not only of this lantern-sending ritual, but also live music, face painting, and food from local vendors. One ...

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