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The year of the wearable

Chris Hanson

December 19, 2014


Filed under Student Life, Uncategorized

By Chris Hanson Of the Gleaner   I’m sure by now you have heard about smartwatches and what they can do. You may not know that 2014 was the year of the wearable and with this came many new smartwatches for consumers. Multiple companies including Apple, Motorola, Samsung, and other companies have unveiled their smartwatches for 2014 o...

Trivia Crack: taking the world by storm

Hanna Doerr, Copy Editor

December 17, 2014


Filed under Student Life

Is the new app the next big thing or just a passing fad?

Every life is a gift

Every life is a gift

Maria Ambrosy, Entertainment Editor

December 15, 2014


Filed under News, Student Life

Approximately 1.21 million abortions take place in the United States every year and 40 percent of unintended pregnancies end in abortion. The March for Life is a pro-life rally that takes place every year in Washington, D.C. The event protests abortion on, or around the anniversary of the U.S. Supreme...

Let it show!

Maria Markham, Reporter

December 1, 2014


Filed under Student Life

Everyone loves a good show. This year the theater students will be putting on three different shows for the winter play. Clare McCullough, '15, is helping directing one of the three separate shows that will be performed this Dec. 5th, 6th and 7th. “All of the shows are completely different!...

Preparing for Black Friday

Maria Ambrosy, Entertainment Editor

November 26, 2014


Filed under Features, Student Life, Uncategorized

The crowds line up outside in the early morning’s icy cold temperatures, waiting for a store to open its doors to them. Out of 57 students polled, 58% take part in this annual event. According to a study done by the National Retail Federation,  Americans spent $57.4 billion in one weekend last...

How to survive winter

Allie Foy, Reporter

November 26, 2014


Filed under Student Life

By Allie Foy Of the Gleaner Picture this. It’s 7 a.m. and you are rushing to the car. As you step out the door, the cold winter air hits you right in the face. Your fingers become numb as you take off your mittens to unlock the car. Once you’re inside, you don’t feel the expected relief...

Times in the Tetons

Times in the Tetons

Hanna Doerr, Copy editor

November 26, 2014


Filed under Student Life

Cutting College Expenses

Alli Haynes, Reporter

November 21, 2014


Filed under Student Life

Where are students planning to go to college? Have they ever considered price an issue? If a student is planning on attending Sarah Lawrence College in New York, they will be paying $61,236 a year. But if a student is planning on attending Bismarck State College in North Dakota a student will pay $4,222...

Phones on a budget

Phones on a budget

Chris Hanson, Reporter

November 14, 2014


Filed under Student Life

By Chris Hanson Of the Gleaner   If you’re looking for a brand new smartphone, but you don’t want the iPhone, because of cost, you don't like the look, or you want a pure Android experience, there are a few phones that will suit you. When looking for a new device, keep in mind that siz...

Packing for the Tetons!

Mackenzie Kuhl, Copy Editor

November 12, 2014


Filed under Student Life

Mackenzie Kuhl Of the Gleaner The Tetons Science School Trip isn't the kind of trip a person can wait until the last minute to pack for. Because the weather plays a large factor in the type of clothing students bring, it takes a serious shopping hunt to be fully prepared. If those going haven'...

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