The Sword


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Brooke Steigauf




  • The Ongoing Situation on our Southern Border
  • Christmas Around the World: Comparing Celebrations Across Cultures
  • Climate Change is Affecting You
  • The Boring Company Cancels Plans to Open Its Sepulveda Test Tunnel
  • Thanks to Science, You Can Eat an Apple a Day
  • SpongeBob Creator Stephen Hillenburg Passes Away
  • Russians and Ukrainians Clash at Sea as Tensions Run High
  • Perfectionism: A Source of Suffering in Young Adults
  • NASA Lands New Space Probe on Mars
  • MPLS One Step Closer to Municipal ID's
  • Minnesota Scientist Leads Investigation on Soil Microbes
  • CRISPR Babies: Chinese Scientist Claims First Genetically-Modified Humans
  • Midterm Election Results Summary: The 116th Congress
  • Passing the Torch: Minnesota's First Hmong Essay Contest
  • Small Newspaper in Rural Oregon Thrives
  • CSP Hosts SIETAR Conference on Ideological Polarizations: Lessons and Takeaways
  • Betsy DeVos' Title IX Guidelines Prioritize Schools Over Students
  • GM Layoffs Has Everyone Pointing Fingers


  • It is Never Okay to Ban Books
  • How SpongeBob Has Impacted Me
  • Group-work in the Classroom
  • The Ultimate Stand-off: Real vs. Fake Trees
  • The Best Christmas Music
  • The Best Holiday Movie
  • Worst Holiday Movie
  • Seasonal Depression: How to Beat It
  • Goal Setting: Making New Year's Resolutions Effective/li>


  • Women's Basketball Looks to Get Hot Going Into the New Year
  • Kalin Bennett Breaks Barriers: First Student-Athlete with Autism to Sign Letter of Intent for D1 Basketball
  • US Bank Stadium Basketball Classic: A Glimpse at What's to Come
  • Tyler Dunn's NFL Playoff Predictions
  • Former NFL Players Continue to Come Out Regarding Opioid Abuse
  • Athletes and Domestic Violence: An Alarming and Ongoing Trend
  • Indoor Track and Field Preview: Youthful Men's and Women's Teams Poised for Growth, Success
  • Joe Mauer Retires: Thank You #7
  • Men's Basketball Team Starts Season on the Right Track
  • MN Timberwolves Trade Butler
  • Male Athlete of the Month: Bryndan Matthews
  • Female Athlete of the Month: Lindsay Dorr

Arts and Variety

  • Bremen Town Blues
  • Music Review: The Replacements, For Sale: Live at Maxwell's 1986
  • Art in the Cities
  • Charity Spotlight: Feed My Starving Children
  • Food Review: Red Rabbit, When One Door Closes Another Opens
  • Book Review: Sea of Rust
  • The Many Faces of Nature: A Look at CSP's Photo Biennial
  • Movie Review: Border
  • New On Netflix
  • Trudging Through Student Teaching
  • Horoscopes

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