The Spectrum

Cheryl Minde ’20 prevails at Poetry Out Loud

Cheryl Minde '20 prevails at Poetry Out Loud

Maya Chadda, Co-Editor-In-Chief

March 13, 2018

With an all-expenses-paid trip to Washington, DC, and $200 in hand Cheryl Minde ‘20 left the Minnesota’s state competition for Poetry Out Loud held at The Loft Literary Center Open Book. Minde competed and prevailed amongst five other young poets in the semifinals. Her success in the semifinals a...

Diversifying Restaurants

Katerina Papanikolopoulos, Staff Writer

December 7, 2016

Emily’s Lebanese Deli Mood: If I ever miss my family’s food on the shores of Cyprus, this is the closest I have come to finding a bit of home, far-away from home. The atmosphere is quiet mostly, but the food develops the personality within this locality. Great for date-night, family-night, solo-n...

Out with Enstad, in with Henschel

Morgan Sabes, Staff Writer

November 3, 2016

“She was very energetic in how she interacted with her students.”

Book Review: The Girls

The Girls grants access to the inner workings of a 14-year old's mind.

Renny Acheson, Contributing Writer

November 3, 2016

  With cults being introduced comfortably in the media, with shows like Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt and The Following displaying common cult stereotypes, it can be hard to understand the true nature of cults. We read about cults in textbooks, experience their presence in the media, and create analyses to explain...

Minnesota State Fair food scene wows the crowd

Widely called one of the best State Fair foods: Call it Breakfast.

Miki Rierson and Frieda Liston

November 3, 2016

The Minnesota State Fair is known for having an endless plethora of (mostly fried) food, with new choices each year. The Fair added 32 options and two new vendors, and we had the opportunity to try out some good and some very bad new foods. We started out the day with a breakfast of Mac n Cheese Curds fr...

Cameron Downey and JXTA share a vision

The finished mural can be viewed on 1100 West Broadway.

Chapel Puckett, Editor-in-Chief

November 3, 2016

“I think art is all around us, and it’s something... that ties all subjects together.”

Are you what you eat?

Miki Rierson and Emma Clavin

November 3, 2016

“Is it bad to eat meat in front of a vegetarian?”

Sex ed on the Runway

McCallum's dress, worn by a professional model at the event.

Hazel DeHarpporte, Staff Writer

April 22, 2016

  This February, Ruby McCallum ‘17 made a dress made out of condoms for Ready or Hot, an annual fashion show put on by Planned Parenthood. McCallum is on their Teen Council, a group of teens who talk about and teach sex education. Q: What is Ready or Hot? A: It’s a fashion show fundraise...

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