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Rosemount High School is Bursting at its Seams

Rosemount High School is Bursting at its Seams

Lauren Sanday, Contributor

October 10, 2019

Waking up at six or even five in the morning isn’t easy, especially for a sleepy high schooler. Surprisingly, as much as being tired sucks, that’s not quite the worst part of the morning. In the dullness of the early morning, I look out the window of the bus and see what was dreaded all weekend: s...

The Conflict in Kashmir

Ramani Arunachalam, Contributor

October 8, 2019

In 1947, the partition of India and Pakistan forced millions of people to migrate between the two countries and leading to violence that killed hundreds of thousands of people. The status of Jammu and Kashmir (a state in the Himalayas), was left undecided. Fighting quickly broke out, and both countries eventually sent in troops, with Pakistan occupying about one-third of the state and India two-thir...

America Is For All, Not Just Whites

Meena Thakurdial, Contributor

May 21, 2019

In today’s century we are dealing with a new modern day oppression. White supremacy, the belief that white people are superior to others because of their race. They believe that certain people don't belong here in America. America needs to clean up there act and fight against white supremacy. Dur...

Big Changes in the Horizon for a Local Traffic Hotspot

Andrea Moisei, N/A

May 14, 2019

The possibility of new features for the intersection between Highway 3 and 142nd Street slowly solidifies this year, as changes aimed to aid the safety and flow of the intersection catch traction in the community. “We’re excited about the possibility of making that intersection safer” Rosemount H...

What is up with Girls being allowed in Boy Scouts?

Austin Parker, Administrator

April 9, 2019

On October of 2017, girls in America were allowed the chance to be apart of the Boy Scouts community. Many people debate about this decision to this day, however many are against this, including the Girl Scouts of America. “‘The need for female leadership has never been clearer or more urgent than...

Finding Security in Our State : Why U.S. Foreign Intervention is Still Necessary

J. A. Soileau, N/A

March 5, 2019

With the recent INF (Intermediate Nuclear Forces) withdrawal by the United States, tensions between the Western and Eastern Blocs have reached a new peak. The treaty, first enacted in 1985, barred the two superpowers from developing and staging short to intermediate range nuclear missiles.   ...

The Rosemount High School Speech Team Starts the Season Strong

Hannah Beumer, N/A

February 19, 2019

The Rosemount High School Speech Team had a great start to the season, winning small team sweepstakes at the Chanhassen Invitational Speech Tournament. Spirits were high on Saturday night, after the Rosemount High School Speech Team celebrated not only their individual wins, but their Small Team Swee...

Global Warming

Lauren Henely, N/A

February 19, 2019

With a polar vortex wrapping up and a predicted hot summer coming, it seems to me global warming is at a peak. Transportation and different machinery are a huge factor to this dramatic change in climate. Global warming is killing our world, and a lot faster than we think. I can’t believe human ignoran...

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