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COVID-19 hinders dynamic of club meetings, leaders refuses to let it define clubs

Leaders of Business Club participate in a meeting via Google Meets
October 27, 2020
While COVID-19 has drastically changed the dynamic of club meetings, club leaders are determined to work around these unprecedented challenges.

[WHAT’S IN MY BAG] Magnuson’s goodie bag revealed

Although junior Erin Magnuson's bag may look very plain on the outside, there is never a dull pocket.
February 26, 2020
Junior Erin Magnuson's bag carries many sentimental items.

[SPA THINKS] How has your life changed in the past six months?

9th grader Ashwini Sandanayake started playing hockey on an all boys hockey team this year.
February 19, 2020

A lot can happen in the span of six months to shape an individual in a significant way. In the sixth month of the 2019-2020 school year, five students shared experiences that have shaped them in some way...

[10 QUESTIONS] Thissen stays faithful to church

Church has provided me with a lot of friends who I would not have met otherwise from many different schools,
February 17, 2020
Junior Evan Thissen is very active at Mt. Olivet, a place that has introduced him to a large network of friends and activities.

[GOOD FOR YOU] Have you been following through with your NYR?

January 23, 2020
On this week's GOOD FOR YOU, Lynn asked students about their New Year's resolutions.

Top five feature stories of 2019

An illustration with the top 5 feature story featured images.
January 13, 2020
Dive in to the top 5 feature stories of 2019.

Two countries, many perspectives: a few words from the exchanges

Spanish Exchange student Carlota Casamayor laughs at her funny experiences in Minnesota.
September 28, 2019
German and Spanish exchange visitors share their favorite memories from their time in Minnesota.

Annual Peru Trip builds language skills and expands world view for students

Annual Peru Trip builds language skills and expands world view for students
May 21, 2019
Annual Peru trip allows students to build language skills and see the world and new cultures.

[MY GEEK FACTOR] Lanz projects passion for Eagle Scouts

Lanz volunteers to help run coffee stand for his troop.
March 12, 2019
Lanz continues to make a difference in his community by being an Eagle Scout.

St. Paul Farmers’ Market is local, fresh and affordable

This fall T the St. Paul Farmer's Market you can expect to find many apples, potatoes, onions, gourds, pumpkins and many more seasonal crops.
October 16, 2016
Fall harvest fills the last weeks of the St. Paul Farmers' Market, which closes Nov. 20.

Ramalingam comes to SPA from family’s Montessori school

Freshman Lilly Ramalingam's family own Ramalynn Montessori Academy.
October 16, 2016
School and family are the biggest parts of most students’ lives, but they’re usually separate. Until this year, that wasn’t the case for Freshman Lilly Ramalingam.

Rabbits know what’s up, according to hunter Riley Tietel

Rabbits know what's up, according to hunter Riley Tietel
October 9, 2016
What can you not see, hear, or smell in the St. Paul Academy hallways? Sophomore Riley Tietel preparing for a hunting trip.
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