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Promposals sweep social media and girls off their feet

Callan Garner, Staff Writer

March 12, 2018


Filed under Entertainment, Features

As prom season rounds the corner, students gather up their confidence and ask someone of importance to the time honored tradition of prom. Whether it be just a friend or someone more, students work to think of a way to ask someone to this dance. Whether it be a poster with chocolate or a platter of...

Pets a staple in every science classroom

Holly Spragg, Staff Writer

March 12, 2018


Filed under Features

In almost every school, science teachers seem to have cool pets, and CMR is no exception.  Biology teacher Nathan Gregier has a few animals in his classroom. Gregier has a tank full of fish and two red-eared-slider turtles.   “I had a student whose mom said ‘I have two turtles in m...

From the Alamo to the maple trees, the diversity of dual citizenship

From the Alamo to the maple trees, the diversity of dual citizenship

McKenzie Connell, Staff Writer

March 6, 2018


Filed under Features

When someone says they left the country, most people imagine the foreign land as a tropical wonderland, with palm trees and the sun shining year round. What they do not realize is Montana is right on the border of another country, the foreign land of Canada. Most Rustlers never get to leave the state, l...

Weber seeks support for struggling students during “Graduation Matters” week

Weber seeks support for struggling students during “Graduation Matters” week

Mackenzie George, Editor in Cheif

March 5, 2018


Filed under Features

Emily Weber didn’t need the yellow silhouettes of students that lined the Commons during Graduation Matters week -- one for each senior who dropped out this year -- to remind her of the importance of graduating. The senior, who was recently named one of GFPS Distinguished Scholars,  hopes to major ...

Teacher is picking up what the NSTA is putting down

Teacher is picking up what the NSTA is putting down

Quinn Soltesz, Staff Writer

March 5, 2018


Filed under Features

Whenever a teacher is gone for a week, we all assume the worst. Are they sick? Family concerns? Will we still have that test on Thursday? For biology teacher Tom Cubbage, missing a week of school happens about three times a year. Cubbage recently returned from the National Science Teachers Association’s W...

All-Girls Auto Tech takes shop by storm

Mackenzie George, Editor in Chief

February 28, 2018


Filed under Features

Not many people outside of auto shops know their way around a car engine these days. Hannah Brennan isn’t one of them. Enrolled in Consumer Mechanics, the junior has already learned the basics of her vehicle and is ready for more. At the end of this semester-long course, she will be able to disassemble...

German: An easy decision for Taylor Bobo

Holly Spragg and Sophie Aron

February 2, 2018


Filed under Features

Being presented with a challenge is something that junior Taylor Bobo never shies away from. “I always thought that French and Spanish were too easy and that German was more of a challenge,” Bobo said about what made her choose German as a foreign language. She finds the culture to be uniqu...

Office Secretary exceeds expectations

Sophie Kluge and Maygie Li

February 2, 2018


Filed under Features

Everyone loves a good underdog story, and Janette Kemph is the epitome of one. Kemph took the unconventional way out of high school. She got married right away and didn’t go to college until later in her life. In high school, however, she found her niche. Kemph was the vice president of Business Pro...

Pros and cons of working in the media center

Grace Carr and Gauthier Paget

February 2, 2018


Filed under Features

“The great room of the school” is a place where students go to accomplish assignments and finish their homework. This “great room” is more commonly known as the media center or library. The media center offers a large variety of resources for students to use and get their school work don...

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...

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