This year is the first time that Biomed III has been offered at BSM. It is the last of the cumulative series of Biomedical classes, and it is much different than the past two courses. The class is research based, and if anyone knows anything about research, there’s a lot that could go wrong. So far, we have had a few hiccups but nothing that we didn’t expect.
November and December are the months of the year that bring Thanksgiving, Advent, and Christmas in rapid succession. The number of family get-togethers is unmatched during this time of year, and each has its own traditions. Games, feasts, prayers, conversations, and shopping seem to be mainstays in many households.
We first began working with one another through the Knight Errant. Ashley captured photos and Andrew laid out pages for the school publication. Our passion for making stories come to life was a major building block for the beginning of our relationship and still is one year later, as we celebrate the publication of our book, Minne’aPaul.
Military Students Return for the Holidays
"Last year, Benilde-St. Margaret’s sent five of its graduating students to military academies." WCCO-TV caught up with Midshipman Maria Satre, Midshipman Carston Swenson, Midshipman Lauren McDonnell, Midshipman Sean McCullough and U.S. Army Cadet Jack Boase over the holiday weekend. Thank you for your service and remember "Once a Red Knight, always a Red Knight!" Truly an incredible accomplishment. #BSMProud
Knight Errant Wins Multiple Awards
The BSM Knight Errant students attended the Minnesota High School Press Association Convention on Tuesday, October 10. There the student run news outlet was awarded 12 individual awards and 7 publication awards.
Every day is a great day to be a Red Knight! During homecoming week, however, being a Red Knight means a little bit more. The traditions of homecoming week remain ostensibly unchanged with coronation and boys volleyball on Monday, Power Puff football on Wednesday, the pep fest and the homecoming football game on Friday, and closing the week's festivities with the dance on Saturday.
What better way to start my senior year than joining a sport I have missed since 6th grade? In honor of my senior year, I decided to pick football back up and give it one more go to play competitively. As defending state champion, this year, the team has come up with the motto - “Run It Back!” In addition to the team, the entire school could adopt this phrase. With all the successes last year in such a wide range of disciplines, everyone could be striving to #RunItBack.