The Dakota Planet


The History of Cinco de Mayo

May 4, 2018

Dustin—A Poem

Carlton Webster Jr.

May 1, 2018

Filed under Features

And I, being but flesh Can't help but to fall as the tattered, sun bleached leaves/Who's grasp hath bore no last ounce of power/ Who's soul have poured itself where we now lie---defeated/at the mercy of the snow. ...

Why History of Motivation is a Great Class

Thalia Nunnery

March 29, 2018

Filed under Features

History of Motivation, the Social Studies elective course, is a great addition to our school because the knowledge it has to offer is valuable in our lives and the topics discussed are genuinely interesting. Therefore, although you...

Does Social Class Matter?

Christopher Wiebe

March 29, 2018

Filed under Opinion & Editorial

Social class is a hot button topic among many adults and students. Whether or not social class plays an integral role in being the best version of yourself possible is one of life's biggest questions. Social class itself can...


Keeping Up with Madame Durasevic

March 29, 2018

Songs of the Springs–Poem

Carlton Webster Jr., Columnist

March 25, 2018

Filed under Features

From the lone valley, he hears you call. O' harmonious and gentle bloom should you open your arms and let him inside? To kindle man's red flower, In this spring or next, When gallant hummingbirds ...

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