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Minnesota’s Fall Colors

Minnesota’s Fall Colors

Caroline Sislo, Freelance Editor October 13, 2021

One of Minnesota’s most beautiful seasons is fall. From border to border, the trees of all colors fill our state as the air gets a little chilly, aka, sweatshirt weather. As the change of seasons...

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Bo Burnham’s Magnum Opus: Inside

Mamie O'Leary, Staff Writer October 12, 2021

The night of June 2nd, 2020, the night before my final Spanish exam of sophomore year, I watched Bo Burnham’s Inside for the first time. In all honesty, not the most effective way to spend my time during...

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Met Gala 2021 Recap

Solveig Fellows, Freelance Editor October 8, 2021

The Met Gala,  otherwise known as the “The Super Bowl of Fashion,” is renowned for its A-list guest list and unique outfits. The Met Gala is the fashion industry’s equivalent to the Oscars, with...

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Moschino: New York Fashion Week

Solveig Fellows, Freelance Editor October 7, 2021

This year’s New York fashion week (lasting from Wednesday, September 8 to Sunday, September 12) was chock-full of captivating shows and eclectic styles. One show, in particular, stood out to many and...

Visitation Reflects on Shostakovichs Compositions

Visitation Reflects on Shostakovich’s Compositions

Meghan McGuire and Grace Richardson October 5, 2021

Earlier this month, Mrs. Sutton's AP English Literature class began to explore Russian history and culture before reading George Orwell's famous political commentary Animal Farm. To contextualize pre-revolution...

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The Return of Broadway

Grace Richardson, Co-Executive Editor October 4, 2021

A year and a half after Broadway was forced to shut down all 41 of its historic theaters, many shows are returning to the stage. The COVID-19 pandemic forced Broadway, a symbol of New York City's vibrant...

Kate Kelly at the Eiffel Tower this summer. 
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Exploring the World Through the Lenses of Vis Students

Ella Sukup, Arts, Culture, and Style Editor October 4, 2021

Over the summer, some Vis students were able to have once in a lifetime experiences on their adventures around the globe.  Whether it was traversing through the Boundary Waters up north or walking the...

Visitation Plant Guide: Garden Prep!

Visitation Plant Guide: Garden Prep!

Elle Klein, Freelance Editor May 24, 2021

With summer right around the corner, we now can prepare for our lovely gardens. In this article, I will be giving my tips and tricks on preparing your garden for the summer! To start we must plan our...

To the Album That Broke My Heart: On ‘Pure Heroine’

To the Album That Broke My Heart: On ‘Pure Heroine’

Noel Wang, Co-Executive Editor May 24, 2021

Nearly eight years later, I’m still totally hooked on Pure Heroine. I was barely eleven when Lorde debuted in September of 2013. In only ten songs and 45 minutes, the album single-handedly built the...

Book Review: Of Mice and Men

Book Review: Of Mice and Men

Hayley Vevey, Staff Writer May 24, 2021

The novel Of Mice and Men, written by John Steinbeck, is one of the 20th century’s literary classics. It takes place in California during the sensitive time of America’s Great Depression and follows...

Social Media Impacts on Visitation Students

Social Media Impacts on Visitation Students

Caroline Sislo, Staff Writer May 24, 2021

With social media being so popular in our everyday lives, I think we can agree that it has brought many endless good things for our society. We are able to spread news about ourselves, see news regarding...

The Societal Impact of the X-Files

The Societal Impact of the X-Files

Solana Arriondo, Staff Writer May 24, 2021

On September 10, 1993, the pilot episode of The X-Files aired. Television was forever changed. The X-Files became a cult classic with 9 seasons, two feature films and eventually a 2 season and 1 movie...

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