Passivity vs. Activity

This piece was written by faculty guest Luke Crawley.  There are those who look at the opportunities offered to and successes achieved by others and feel slighted as if in the seemingly fairness centered, equity-minded social construct owes them something. This is the wrong attitude for two reasons. First, any good thing that happens to […]

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  • America Through Norwegian Eyes

    This piece was written by junior Marthe Staerkebye.  Sometimes I forget that I am not American. I am acclimated to more than just the temperature; the American way of doing things is officially circulating in my blood. I guess this all makes sense when you think about it; I have lived in Indiana for more […]

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  • Outside of the Art Department (There’s Art)

    This week, we’ll have a collection of pieces from the Yearbook class. Everything – from the ideas, to the writing, to the pictures, was supplied by the staff. This was written by Jordan Dalton.  This month, students set out to get creative. “What’s the big deal?” you ask. “Why, that happens everyday.” And yes, you’d […]

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  • Jordan’s Book Club

    The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy “Trilogy” by Douglas Adams Let me just preface this by saying: if you haven’t read these books, you should. Originally a comedy show broadcast on BBC radio, the Hitchhiker’s Guide series has become a worldwide phenomenon, spawning video games, merchandise, a television series, stage shows, comics books, a live […]

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  • Carpe Diem

    This creative piece was written by sophomore Olivia Gardner.  Aspiration, Inspiration, Truth. There have been many things throughout the course of history, heart breaking things, the things of nightmares filled with agony and despair. What a culture we have, for we kill and pillage and rape. What sights haunt our dreams, burned into our histories […]

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  • Summer in Minnesota

    Sophomore Jordan Dalton wrote this fictional short story. Enjoy! Where I live it’s winter all year round. I’ve never seen the pink bloom of a flower, the changing colors of the leaves, red, orange, yellow, green, mingling beautifully on one tree, mixing together like rainbow syrup on a snow cone. I’ve never even seen the […]

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