It’s time for senior editor Matilda Pihart!
Role: Student Life Editor
Favorite thing about the KE: Seeing the writers work evolve
Fun fact: I am dyslexic
Nearby schools & colleges
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Judges noted, “The Knight Errant is a pretty delightful publication, full of color, life, and creativity." The Knight Errant was one of only four Minnesota school publications receiving a 2022 CSPA award.
"This award is a testament to the hard work of the student journalists,” said Tiffany Joseph, Knight Errant advisor. “Last year was such a strange year with hybrid learning, but the students kept publishing quality material."
Read more here: https://www.bsmschool.org/article/knight-errant-receives-national-journalism-award
Congratulations to our student journalists! We're 🏆📰💻
Welcome to the official page for the Knight Errant, Benilde-St. Margaret's student newspape https://linktr.ee/bsmknighterrant
Operating as usual
It’s time for senior editor Matilda Pihart!
Our next editor is senior Emily Walsh!
Role: Co Editor-in-Chief
Favorite thing about KE: The community
Fun Fact: I have a 165 pound Newfoundland named Steve
Next up we have junior editor Molly Giertsen!
Role: Sports Editor
Favorite thing about KE: Knight Errant Encounters
Fun fact: I got stung by a jellyfish in Italy
MEET THE EDITOR!
Name: Maddie Kaltsas
Role: Co Editor-In-Chief
Favorite thing about the KE: The people
Fun Facts: She has chickens
Ever wonder when you get too old to trick-or-treat? 🎃Click the link in our bio to find out!
Want to learn more about the behind the scenes of the main office? Check out the link in our bio!
As we get further into the school year more sophomores are getting their license.🚗 Check out the link in our bio to read about their new freedoms!
Red Knights traveling abroad! ✈️ Click the link in our bio to read about a Europe trip opportunity!
Things are always changing at BSM! Use the link in our bio to read about one of the most controversial changes for underclassman so far!
Happy Tuesday ‼️
Want to learn more about the internships at BSM? Check out the link in our bio to discover the opportunities!
Today many grandparents of the Red Knights enjoyed a mass and breakfast along side their grandchildren. Check out the link in our bio to read more about it!
Almost the weekend!! Our writers are hard at work to finish off the week strong!
Want to learn more about the people behind the stories? Check out the staff profiles on the Knight Errant website using the link in our bio!
Lots happening at BSM this fall! Use the link in our bio to read about our fall play!
Seniors woke up to the disappointment of a thunderstorm on Friday morning, ruining the tradition of Senior Sunrise. Check out the link in our bio to read more about it!
The Knight Errant is back! Editors and writers are working hard on their stories.
Sister Jeanne Marie Vanderlinde sadly passed away recently after dedicating 38 years of her life to teaching at BSM. The red knight community mourns the loss of such an impactful individual, and students and faculty share their appreciation for Sister Jeanne’s work. Read more about her legacy using the link in our bio.
Congratulations to our senior editors and EICs who had their last day of high school today! We are so proud of all the hard work they have put into KE. Their futures are bright and we wish them the best of luck in the next chapter of their lives!
The humanities face a precarious future in education at BSM and nationwide. English, history, and arts classes have been declining on college campuses across the US, but what is the state of enrollment at BSM? Read more about this trend and it’s significance using the link in our bio.
What trends emerged at this year’s prom? Such an occasion reflects months of preparation to create a fashionable and fun night. Read more about the long-awaited evening using the link in our bio.
BSM recently announced that Danielle Hermanny will be the new president and will begin her role this coming Monday. As an alum herself, Hermanny looks forward to working in the community again. Read more about our new president by clicking the link in our bio.
What are former KE writers doing now? Previous journalism students share how they are using the skills they learned as writers in life after BSM. Read more about what they’re up to now using the link in our bio. We are so proud of our KE community!
How is BSM preparing its students for the future? Alums share their key takeaways from their time as a red knight and how they have applied these lessons since high school. Read more about their insights using the link in our bio.
On April 27th BSM hosted its first ever Culture and Heritage Fair, which was created to showcase and celebrate various student backgrounds. Red knight were able to learn, share, and explore the unique cultures of members of our community. Read more about the fair using the link in our bio.
In the past few months, Spanish III students have been writing a bilingual children’s books for kids at Risen Christ Catholic School. Students were able to see their work come to fruition on a recent field trip where they delivered their completed book to their assigned buddy. Read more about this project using the link in our bio.
What new college credit is BSM offering next year? AP African American Studies, AP Biology, and CIS: Climate Crisis-Implementing Solutions were all proposed courses, but only biology had enough students to constitute a class. Read about what each of these classes includes using the link in bio.
As the year winds down, seniors are looking to pass on their knowledge to younger red knights. Three of our senior editors recently shared their key insights via podcast. Click the link in our bio to listen.
Are you interested in the Biomedical Sciences? KE is releasing a deep dive series about the different BioMed courses offered at BSM. Click the link in our bio to listen to the first installment of the series about BioMed I.
This past weekend, the BSM drama department put on their spring performance. This year’s show was Mamma Mia, and the school was a buzz with excitement for this classic musical. Read more about the work that went into the performance using the link in our bio.
Today marks the infamous Met Gala, an annual fundraising event for the Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute that is renowned for its iconic and extravagant fashion. This year’s theme pays tribute to famous fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld. Read more about students’ predictions for this year’s gala and a review of the theme using the link in our bio.
A report from the Center for Disease Control (CDC) exposed that 1 in 4 girls and 1 in 13 boys in the US experience sexual abuse as children. After these startling statistics were released, the KE has explored the issue at BSM and in larger society. Read more using the link in our bio. If you or anyone you know has experienced sexual abuse please call the National Sexual Assault Hotline (800-656-HOPE) for help.
In the most recent convocation, BSM juniors and seniors attended a “NOT ME!” safety program that provides information intended to prevent physical and sexual assault. It focused on empowering students to act and flee before such a situation occurs. Read more about the details and message of the convocation using the link in our bio.
How does BSM prepare its students for their future careers? One way is through the EPIC program where students participate in various internships based on their interests. Read more about this unique program using the link in our bio.
As prom rapidly approaches, there is an excited buzz around the school about what prom will look like this year. Changes have been made to better accommodate students’ needs and make the experience more enjoyable. Read more about the plan for prom this year using the link in our bio.
BSM recently announced the class of 2023 valedictorians and salutatorians. Congratulations to these dedicated red knights! Read more about their time at BSM and their plans for the future using the link in our bio.
A new staff ed is out! The KE staff addresses and commends positive strides the BSM administration has taken throughout this school year when presented with pressing issues. Read their thoughts in more detail using the link in our bio.
The BSM community gathered together for Easter mass yesterday where red knights supported the nonprofit Abbey’s Hope. The organization is run by BSM parents Scott and Katie Taylor who founded it after their daughter tragically passed away from a portly painted pool drain. Read more about this nonprofit’s efforts to improve pool safety using the link in our bio.
Have you ever seen the movie “How to Loose a Guy in 10 Days”? One student took the premise of this classic rom-com and spun it into how not to regret high school in 10 days. Read their insights using the link in our bio.
After a nearly year-long presidential search, BSM is excited to announce Danielle Palkert Hermanny ‘03 as the school’s next president. Although she is new to the role, she has long been apart of the red knight community. Read more about this decision and her transition into the role using the link in our bio.
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