Robbinsdale Area Schools

The Quill, Vol.58, No 6 - Now Available

The Quill, Issue 6 of 2021-22 school year is now available for your reading enjoyment!

Published Friday, April 1, 2022. Highlights include:

  • AVID Students Score Top Spots in Contest, cover
  • Amir Locke killing raises concern among students, cover
  • Cooper juniors take free ACT exam, pg 2
  • Program helps Hawks complete missed credits, pg 2
  • Weather changes make safe driving necessary, pg 2
  • OPINION: Racial taunts mar basketball game, pg 3
  • OPINION: Hiring biases in pro football must be stopped, pg 3
  • OPINION: Students need to be smarter with valuables at school, pg 3
  • OPINION: Open lunch should be treated as a privilege..., pg 3
  • OPINION: New mask policy may be too risky, pg 4
  • OPINION: Mental health can be managed with planning, pg 4
  • OPINION: Continued fire alarm issues are dangerous, disruptive, pg 4
  • OPINION: Parent-teacher conf. have become unnecessary, pg 4
  • Variety: Taxi Driver still resonates 45 years later, pg 5
  • Variety: Dreams offers suspenseful tale of self-discovery, pg 5
  • Variety: Mortal Kombat Mobile brings the fight to your phone, pg 5
  • Variety: Boba Fett a competent Star Wars story, pg 6
  • Variety: Butterfly soars on Cooper stage, pg 7
  • Variety: Premier Performers, pg 7
  • Variety: Wall murals give students a platform , pg 7
  • Variety: Mordor lets gamers enter Middle-earth, pg 8
  • Sports: Hawks sign for college sports, pg 9
  • Sports: Cooper Competitors, pg 9
  • Sports: Super Bowl LVI was exciting matchup, pg 10
  • Sports: Halftime show plays critical part in SB LVI experience, pg 10

 

Read Issue 6 Here