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How Does an English Major end up Teaching Engineering?

How Does an English Major end up Teaching Engineering?

I grew up the youngest of seven in a large and rather entrepreneurial family. My father owned his own business, and three of my brothers and a sister have run their own companies. As a kid, my interests were deeply rooted in reading and writing – I spent little time on tinkering or technology. I graduated college with degrees in English, writing and art history.

BSM Bowling Wins Big!

BSM Bowling Wins Big!

BSM’s bowling team had a huge upset victory in their section quarterfinal match vs. Holy Angels. Danny Monchamp and Lucas Newman lead the team with 75% and 70% fill for the match. This past Thursday both the varsity and JV teams finished 3rd in their respective Metro-West conference tournaments. Danny Monchamp was awarded second-team all-conference for his season performance. Lucas Newman and Luke Evans were awarded the All-Honors Award for dedication to the sport and their teammates. Way to go team! #BSMProud

Why Fall Sports Time is the Best Time!

Why Fall Sports Time is the Best Time!

Now begins the best time of the year: fall sports time. With much anticipation, school cranks into gear and so does the spirit for the activities and athletics here at BSM. Pep fests, all school Mass, spirit days and all the other hype that comes along with the beginning of the school year, shows the true spirit of BSM. And, the mentality of the student-athletes is, focused and passionate.

Fishing Team Qualifies for State Tournament!

Fishing Team Qualifies for State Tournament!

The BSM fishing club (created two years ago) made it to the state fishing tournament this last weekend with three Red Knight teams participating. To qualify, Grant (’20) and Axel (’20) placed 3rd in the SATT tournament on Lake Minnewaska. Grant caught the biggest bass in the tournament! Three teams qualified for Bass Nation in Grand Rapids based on total points earned in the Southwest metro conference: Grant and Axel, DJ (’20) and Hampton (’21), and Jack (’19) and Cole (’19). Clay (’23) also made the junior bass tournament of champions on Lake Minnetonka happening September 8!

President’s Edition: The Summer Storm

President’s Edition: The Summer Storm

 

In June of each year, final exams and graduation ceremonies mark the end of the academic program and co-curricular activities. The halls are less traveled but in reality, a flurry of activity still takes place in the weeks between the end and the new beginning. This summer has been even more active with the number of participants in summer programming along with a significant construction project.

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