The Flightline

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7 Chilling Unsolved Mysteries

7 Chilling Unsolved Mysteries

Emma Brisbois, Managing Editor

May 10, 2019


Filed under *Showcase, BirdFeed, Culture

There's honestly nothing like a creepy mystery to get the gears turning; they make the mind explore evidence and suspects, even leaving it to wonder what the end result was. Cuddle up with a blanket, maybe turn on a light or two, and enjoy seven creepy mysteries that remain unsolved. 1. The Lake Bo...

Mr. Cunningham: Teaching Life Lessons As Well as Spanish

Mr. Cunningham: Teaching Life Lessons As Well as Spanish

Clara Pohlman, Social Media Editor

April 23, 2019


Filed under *Showcase, Features

Mr. Bill Cunningham, Spanish teacher and highly friendly faculty member at Skutt Catholic, has many interesting factoids and various “hidden” secrets that not many students would know. But what makes Mr. Cunningham so wonderful is his attention to the smallest details of day to day life. “When...

Altar’d State: Giving Back While Dressing Up

Altar’d State: Giving Back While Dressing Up

Adella Smolsky, Social Media Editor

April 15, 2019


Filed under *Showcase, Features

As you are walking through Village Pointe, you may notice a new boutique that differs from the structure of the rest of the mall. Brick walls and a wire butterfly sculpture set it apart architecturally. As you step in you are pleased with the large selection of high quality, beautiful clothing. Welcome...

Mr. Kleinsasser: Playing an Integral Role at Skutt Catholic

Mr. Kleinsasser: Playing an Integral Role at Skutt Catholic

Cole Mingo, Staff Reporter

April 4, 2019


Filed under *Showcase, Features

For 25 years, Skutt Catholic’s Math Department has been nurtured by the care and dedication of Mr. Kleinsasser. This legendary instructor has derived his way into the hearts of many mathematical students, thriving in his domain (and range). Thus, the time has come to gain some insight into the Capt...

‘Five Feet Apart’ Review: Just Another Mediocre Hospital Romance

‘Five Feet Apart’ Review: Just Another Mediocre Hospital Romance

Natalie Pearson, Entertainment Editor

April 3, 2019


Filed under *Showcase, Entertainment, Movies

“Five Feet Apart” is a movie that, given its premise—two teens with the same terminal illness fall in love—could easily be compared to John Green’s “The Fault in Our Stars.” Both stories deal with a romance between two people who know they’re dying and how that affects their relation...

Skutt Catholic Girls Tennis Kicks Off Season

Skutt Catholic Girls Tennis Kicks Off Season

Gracie Killgore, Op/Ed Editor

April 2, 2019


Filed under *Showcase, Sports, Spring

The girls tennis team began their season with a triangular at home against Gretna and Norris. The three teams faced each other in a series of doubles and singles matches. Skutt Catholic junior Elly Beeson played number one singles against sophomore Crystal Craft from Norris. Although the match was cl...

Local Band Plays Fundraiser Show for Flood Victims

Local Band Plays Fundraiser Show for Flood Victims

Blaine Wikoff, Media Editor

March 27, 2019


Filed under *Showcase, Amazing Alumni, Features

The floods in Nebraska and Iowa have been treacherous, destroying homes, wiping out land and even being fatal in some cases. There have been almost one billion dollars in damages and at least three deaths. Governor Pete Ricketts has declared a national emergency and estimated more than 2,000 homes and 340 b...

New Zealand Tightens Gun Laws

New Zealand Tightens Gun Laws

Blaine Wikoff, Media Editor

March 18, 2019


Filed under *Showcase, Daily News, News

On Friday, March 15th one of the worst terrorist attacks in New Zealand’s history happened in two different churches in Christchurch. It is believed the gunman attacked on a Friday afternoon because mosques are busiest on Fridays. It was also discovered that he had shared extremist videos online contain...

The Good Life: Service Trips Leave a Lasting Impact

The Good Life: Service Trips Leave a Lasting Impact

Clara Pohlman, Social Media Editor

March 18, 2019


Filed under *Showcase, Student Life

This summer I, along with several other Skutt Catholic students, had the opportunity to serve at an Indian reservation in Wanblee, South Dakota. This experience was unlike anything I ever could have imagined, and left an impact that truly changed the way I perceive the world. Along with this serv...

The Stokin Goat: Refreshing Quality

The Stokin Goat:  Refreshing Quality

Adella Smolsky, Birdfeed Editor

March 15, 2019


Filed under *Showcase, Entertainment, Food

The Stokin Goat opened in May of 2018 and has grown in popularity ever since. The business’s website states, “Chef Andrew Loughrey’s scratch kitchen creates a hit list of affordable, delicious dishes with explosive flavors and satisfying textures,” and this description fits the restaurant perfectly. The...

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is Superb

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is Superb

MaryRose Olson, Staff Reporter

March 15, 2019


Filed under *Showcase, Entertainment

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is a Nintendo switch game that is the fifth of a series. Gamers were counting down the hours and minutes until the game came out. The game was released on December 7, 2018 and sold more than five million copies in three days making it the fastest-selling Nintendo switch gam...

Nebraska at High Risk for Seasonal Flu

Nebraska at High Risk for Seasonal Flu

Natalie Pearson, Entertainment Editor

March 15, 2019


Filed under *Showcase, News

With the United States currently in the peak of flu season, there has been an uptick in flu cases in the Omaha area. Flu activity typically ramps up during the winter months, but it can continue to occur as late as May. This year has been particularly severe, with over 80,000 influenza-associated ho...

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