The News of The Blake School Since 1916

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The News of The Blake School Since 1916

The Spectrum

The News of The Blake School Since 1916

The Spectrum

An estimated 100,000 people marched on January 21 to the Capitol in St. Paul.

Women’s March renews a spirit of protest

Maya Chadda and Allison Ahern February 9, 2017

The streets of St. Paul were filled with pink hats, posters, and protesters for the Women’s March on January 21. The crowd marched to the Capital shouting chants ranging in intensity from the call and...

Jon Dicus holds Canvas, a panda bear used in class to show students how friendly the program can be.

Teachers embrace Canvas

Allison Ahern, News Editor September 28, 2016

This year, as students are getting acclimated to the new format of Canvas, most teachers are adjusting alongside students. “I hated Moodle,” Margi Youmans exclaimed noting that “Canvas is less clunky...

Mina Abukhadra 18, Linus Bendel-Stenzel 18, Jaimi Salone 16, Sarah Strand 16, John Mullan 16, and Matt Sill 17 at the University of Minnesota to analyze data from the CERN.

Physics experiment turns international

Allison Ahern, News Editor April 28, 2016

Physics. It seems like everyone’s most dreaded subject of their high school career, but for six students, physics just got more interesting. “We … analyz[ed] data that was taken from the particle...

Bearbotics first builds the robot in their shop, which is then tested at competitions

Bearbotics jumps into new season

Allison Ahern, News Editor February 4, 2016

The Blake robotics team, or Bearbotics, is off to a roaring start after the success of last year’s season finishing fourth in the 10,000 Lakes Regional Robotics Tournament. “We placed in the top ten...

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