Open for Business!

Open for Business!

Landon Depew, Contributor

November 9, 2018


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Ever wanted to run a business or be part of a team building projects for the school? Well that is what New Ulm High School is doing. They are aiming to start a school business in the coming years to fund money for various projects benefiting students. I had a chance to listen to Ag/It teacher Mr....

Trees of Triumph

Trees of Triumph

Landon Depew and Stuart Hartley

October 23, 2018


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Ms. Brandt's Landscape and Greenhouse Management class started planting trees on October 1st. The trees are to be placed around the outside of the main baseball field eight feet apart from each other for every fence panel. We asked the head of operations, Ms. Brandt, on what type of trees are being...

What’s Up with the Unfinished Ceiling in room 207?

What’s Up with the Unfinished Ceiling in room 207?

Emma Gauert, Contributor

April 24, 2018


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It's no secret that the new high school was not fully finished when students arrived in the fall of 2016. Last school year construction workers were all over putting final touches on the school. From finishing the auditorium to touching up the paint, the workers were rushing to get out of the students...

NUHS Welcomes a New Face

NUHS Welcomes a New Face

Ramsi Forst and Kaiya Gieseke

April 6, 2018


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  As you walk through the office at the New Ulm High School you see a smiling new face greeting students and guests as they enter the building. The new addition to the eagles secretary staff, Mrs. Lindsay Fischer, brings not only positive energy but great work experience to the staff as well...

Cheering Loud and Proud

Cheering Loud and Proud

Ashley Mehlhop, Contributor

April 4, 2018


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The student section is known to the students as the squadron. The squadron is found in the fall, winter, and spring cheering on the New Ulm Eagles at a variety of sporting events. The students can show school spirit by attending sporting events and being part of the squadron. The squadron is usually...

A.L.I.C.E: Are We Prepared?

A.L.I.C.E: Are We Prepared?

Isaac Wilfahrt and Glenn Howell

March 15, 2018


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Across the nation a shadow has stricken across schools. An ever-prevalent risk is gaining more and more attention as the recent events in rural Florida has schools, students, and parents increasingly worried. With the entire country looking towards the politics and ethics of the situation a new front ha...

Students Attend Signing Day at South Central College

Students Attend Signing Day at South Central College

Ashley Boyum

March 2, 2018


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On Thursday, February 15, 13 students from New Ulm High School attended the 3rd Annual National Technical Letter of Intent Signing Day at South Central College in Mankato. There were approximately 80 people in total that attended the event. At the event, potential South Central College students signed...

School Gmail is Changing

School Gmail is Changing

Breanna Widmer, Contributor

February 12, 2018


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With our students becoming more tech savvy throughout the years, the New Ulm Public School's staff is forced to make some changes. There have been accounts of students accessing other students Gmails. Ms. Hoek, a face you may see in the school's library, informed me that "as everyone knows, the school...

Giving Gratititude

Giving Gratititude

Sarah Longtin

February 8, 2018


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Something new can be found on the walls of New Ulm High School. With all the bright colors, it's hard to miss. Down by the math wing, the gratitude wall is up, and already half-full, with post-its describing what students and staff are grateful for. Mr. Ziemer, one of our school's counselors, wanted...

It’s What a Man’s got to Do

It’s What a Man’s got to Do

Aubrey Fischer, Contributor

December 20, 2017


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What is Selective Service System? The Selective Service System is an independent agency of the United States Government that maintains information on those potentially subject to military conscription, men from the age of eighteen to twenty five. I asked Ryan Ziemer, a guidance counselor at New Ul...

KNUJ’S Tom Wheeler

KNUJ’S Tom Wheeler

Jack Fairbairn, Contributor

December 14, 2017


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It's a cold morning, you get into your car and turn on the radio, you're driving and almost falling asleep, until you turn on KNUJ and wake up to the voice of Tom Wheeler. People around our county love listening to KNUJ, and the numbers show it as well. They average about 45,000 listeners a day. I interviewed...

Mr. Briggs: Insights into His Shop Classes

Mr. Briggs: Insights into His Shop Classes

Nick Banal, Journalist

December 5, 2017


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On a windy, cloudy day at America's best public high school in New Ulm, MN the construction workers in Mr. Kevin Briggs residential construction class are working very hard building many things to make for our school before the cold weather hits. This school year Mr. Kevin Briggs has been very busy wit...

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