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New Ulm Girls Basketball spending an afternoon having a fun bowling competition.

Girls Get Away

Kendal Conrad, Contributor
January 12, 2023
New Ulm Eagles student section showing off their crazy hats at the varsity hockey game on Tues, Jan. 10.

CRAZY hats

Joseph Kowalke, Contributor
January 12, 2023
Early Monday morning FFA members organize and and sort fruit preparing it for the after school rush of people wanting to obtain their orders.

FFA Fruit Sales

Austin Enter, Contributor
December 20, 2022
Girls basketball gets ready as they ride the bus for their first away game in Hutchinson on December 8, 2022. Many students did school work, as others enjoyed their time with the team before the big game.

Hoops in Hutchinson

Kendal Conrad, Contributor
December 12, 2022
On Tuesday Dec. 6, the New Ulm Eagles hosted their first home wrestling meet. Other surrounding schools including Maple River, Loyola Mankato, and Mankato East all competed in the meet. The New Ulm Eagles swept away the competition with a 3-0 win.

Eagles Wrestling

December 8, 2022
Joey sells Christmas wreaths in the NUHS parking lot for the Boy Scouts fundraiser.


November 29, 2022
NUHS Student Council preparing for turkey bingo before the start of the Thanksgiving break.

Turkey Bingo Barricade

Lana Braun, Contributor
November 28, 2022

Playing in the band

November 21, 2022
New Ulm FFA attends the fourth general session at the annual National FFA Convention held at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolls, Indiana.

FFA attends National Convention

Austin Enter, Contributor
November 4, 2022
The New Ulm Chapter FFA is collecting corn/bean donations for Camp True Friends in Annandale, Minnesota. Senior Andrew Meyer (right) said, It feels good to help collect donations for a good cause. Camp True Friends is a non-profit organization that provides different programs for those with disabilities. There were over 15 FFA groups that participated in the corn drive on  Thursday, Oct. 13! Also pictured from left to right are seniors Bryn Kraus, Amelia Braulick, and Madisyn Fuchs.

Corn for a Cause

Joseph Kowalke, Contributor
October 17, 2022
Senior Keira Holberg used her 5th hour lunch time on September 19 to read her creative poem out loud to a group of students in the upper commons. She said her poem is about the understanding of how to love. Keira has written poetry for many years, learning it is a great way to express herself.

Dines and Rhymes

October 7, 2022
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