The Sword


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Brooke Steigauf




  • 2020 Presidential Candidates: Educate Yourself!
  • Hospitals Facing the Challenges of Mental Health Disorders
  • The Privacy Promise
  • Hoax or Not, Innocent Until Proven Guilty
  • Jussie Smollett Update
  • Liberian Refugees
  • Measles Outbreaks and Minnesota Vaccine Bill
  • Rise in Young Minnesota Voters
  • Second Man Free of HIV Leads Scientists One Step Closer to Finding Cure
  • Where's the Snow Going to Go?
  • What the CSP Library Can Do For You! New Additions and Radical Changes Explained
  • Drug Maker to Sell Insulin Half Price


  • Are We Sure We Want Veterans Guarding Our Schools?
  • Bernie Sanders: Round Two
  • Spring Cleaning: Tips and Tricks
  • To Vaccinate or Not to Vaccinate
  • The Worst Invasive Species: The Human
  • A Right Denied: 50 Year-old Law is Still Being Broken Today
  • The Downside of Increased Wages
  • The Momo Challenge: A Lesson in Digital Literacy
  • A Blindfolded Justice System/li>
  • Just Because it Makes You Uncomfortable, Doesn't Make it Anti-Semitism


  • CSP Baseball Aims for a Moonshot Season
  • CSP Track and Field Prepares for Outdoor Season
  • Men's Golf Tees Off the 2019 Spring Season
  • Golden Bear Lacrosse Begins Year Three
  • Minnesota Wild Make Late Season Push Towards Playoffs
  • Women's Golf: A Fall Season Recap
  • CSP Softball Starts Off the Season Red Hot
  • Vikings Look to Bolster Offensive Line in the Off-Season
  • Minnesota Timberwolves Season All but Over

Arts and Variety

  • CSP Marketing Program Takes on the West Coast
  • Book Review: Everyone's a Aliebn When Ur a Aliebn Too by Jomny Sun
  • Netflix Review: Dogs
  • Food Review: The Litte Oven
  • Theatre Spotlight: Maurice Fields, III
  • Writer Spotlight: Matthew Iung
  • Movie Review: Climax
  • Music Review: David Bowie
  • The Hobbit Review
  • Things to See at MCAD and the MIA
  • Neo-Surrealism Display from Natasha Dikareva and Vladimir Dikarev
  • Mary Burwinkel: Artist, Mentor, and More CSP's Ceramics TA Makes Learning Fun
  • Pottery and Place: Art with Common Roots
  • "All Rise"--Not Your Grandparents' "Mockingbird": A Play Review
  • Horoscopes

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