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Julia Gremaux: the journey of a photographer

Sophie Aron, Staff Writer

January 11, 2018


Filed under Features, One in 1400

When looking at college options, students tend to drift towards more traditional and well known colleges such as University of Montana and Montana State. Julia Gremaux, a senior at CMR, headed in a different direction to pursue her passion in photography. Last week, Gremaux was accepted into the Roc...

Street Law watches proceedings of federal court

Quincy Schmechel, Editorial Board

December 8, 2017


Filed under Features

On Nov. 20, teacher Gregg Dart’s street law class journeyed from room 212 and into the federal courthouse. As part of the curriculum of the semester long course, students  experience many parts of state and federal laws through the class. These opportunities include visiting the county jail,...

CMR math teacher shares passion for education

Mckenzie Connell, Staff Writer

December 8, 2017


Filed under Features

Most parents see their children after school, but math teacher Jetta Slater gets to enjoy her son, sophomore Keaton Slater, during the school day. “I enjoy it, but I am not sure he enjoys it,” she said with a smile. Slater teaches math in room 304, and is able to teach a variety of math clas...

Early grad soon stepping into real world

Emily Cappis, Editorial Board

December 8, 2017


Filed under Features

While many students are planning on graduating in May. There is a select group of students who have chosen to leave the halls of CMR a little sooner. One of those students is senior Michael Burk. Burk’s last day in Jan. 9. Burk said he chose to early grad for one reason. “I didn’t want to ...

The Christmas traditions around CMR’s office

Chloe Geary, Staff Writer

December 8, 2017


Filed under Entertainment, Features

What’s your favorite holiday meal?   On Christmas day, we make sandwiches. That way everyone can eat as much as they want, whenever they want, and sleep whenever they want. Shawna Miller   Divinity. It’s a candy made with corn syrup -- very, very sugary but amazing. You can ...

Best movies to watch during Christmas

Paige McCorkle, Staff Writer

December 8, 2017


Filed under Features

There are a ton of movies out there (new and old) that are about Christmas. Watching movies that relate to the holiday that is going on around you is a good way to get in the spirit. Every year all around the world, when Christmas day starts to near, people set up their Christmas trees and hang lights...

Paget enjoys music programs at CMR

JJ Slater, Staff Writer

December 7, 2017


Filed under One in 1400

Combloux, France is a small town made up of only 2000 people, including foreign exchange student Gauthier Paget. Paget has been playing the drums for five to six years and enrolled into band when he arrived in Montana. He says he was surprised by the drum line and the importance of music, it was ...

Counselor shares her experiences when helping students apply for college

Quinn Soltesz, Staff Writer

December 7, 2017


Filed under Features

Most high school graduates do not plan on attending five different universities for their post-secondary education, and C. M. Russell High School counselor Brittany Light did not either -- at first. Light has been employed at CMR for eight years, four as a math and special education teacher, and four as ...

Teacher appreciates what Great Falls has to offer

Grace Carr, Staff Writer

December 4, 2017


Filed under Features

While most students in Great Falls want to leave this town, Aaron Jensen thinks it’s a great place for him and his family. “It’s a good place to raise a family,” he said. Jensen teaches U.S. History and Montana Government at Charles M. Russell High School. He is also the head wrestling ...

Dube finds meaning in her artwork

Gabrielle Pope, Online Editor

December 4, 2017


Filed under Features

About four years ago, junior Ally Dube discovered her passion for art and her interest in it has grown ever since. “Freshman year I started taking art more seriously,” she said. Art has always been something Dube has appreciated, but it didn’t have much meaning to her until she started making the ...

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