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Doyles Distinguished Photography
Doyle's Distinguished Photography
Josh Koetter, Staff Writer • November 18, 2021
Any person with a true passion remembers where he started. Passions may stem from sports or different hobbies, but they all have a commonality: there is a beginning. Senior Henry Doyle, a distinguished young photographer, found his passion for photography at the start of his high school career.
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The Fastest Way Out of the Building
The Fastest Way Out of the Building
Nick Wilson, Staff Writer • November 17, 2021
As you’re sitting in your last period of the day, there are probably several thoughts going through your head. These might include the actual things going on in class, what you’re going to do after school, but most importantly, how can leave the building as fast as possible. Through independent research and common sense, I have mapped out the quickest and most efficient routes to exit the building and get to your car.
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Another Successful St. X Open House

Luke Wright and Reece Sutton | November 19, 2021

On Nov. 14, 2021, St. X displayed every area of its incredible campus. From the original places to the newest renovations, students interested in becoming a Tiger one day came with their families to tour the school. The event was a complete success, and upwards of a thousand people had the opportunity to experience the authentic St. X experience over the course of the day.

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Change is Coming — Back to Lockers

Nick Wilson, Staff Writer | November 17, 2021

Recently, school officials have spoken of a major change involving the use of lockers. Mr. Smith announced before school in the cafeteria that students should start learning their locker numbers and combinations, which can be found by asking student services. 

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Tigers Stomp Panthers 42-6 and Advance to State Semifinals
Tigers Stomp Panthers 42-6 and Advance to State Semifinals
Owen O’Neill, Staff Writer • November 22, 2021
Friday, Nov. 19 — The St. X Tigers defense continued it’s dominant postseason run as they put an end to Joe Humphreys’ and the Daviess County Panthers’ season.
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Tyler Boggs comes up with a late-game interception against Manual.
Tigers Outlast Crimsons to Continue Playoff Run
Owen O'Neill, Staff Writer • November 16, 2021
Friday, Nov. 12 — The St. X Tigers handled business in their second straight playoff home game, beating Manual High School by a score of 18-16.
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Our Thanksgiving Traditions
Our Thanksgiving Traditions
Luke Wright, Staff Writer • November 25, 2021
There are so many different traditions celebrated on Thanksgiving. Here at Xavier News, we share the joy of Thanksgiving all differently. Even though we all may have different traditions, we all feel that coming together on Thanksgiving with our loved ones is important and builds great relationships.
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Animal Crossing Comes Back
Animal Crossing Comes Back
Darren Davis, Staff Writer • November 23, 2021
During the start of pandemic, on March 3, 2020, two games came to sustain us from the imminent boredom. The hardcore Doom Eternal came out as well as the titular Animal-Crossing New Horizons. The latter has unfortunately faded from its original spotlight over the course of the pandemic because of its lack of features and meaningful updates. Now, almost a year and a half later, the desired update has finally come out along with the Happy Home Paradise DLC. Nintendo brought out exactly what it needed to revive ACNH.
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Episode 7: Dr. Martin
Episode 7: Dr. Martin
Dominic Garcia, Staff Writer • October 21, 2021
Listen to Dr. Martin talk about his high school years at St. X and how they impacted him as a person. Being a distinguished theology teacher, husband, dad and an assistant tennis coach, Dr. Martin shares with us his life experience he has gained over the years. 
Episode 6: Rob Schweitzer
Episode 6: Rob Schweitzer
Justin Lauersdorf, Staff Writer • May 18, 2021
Listen to Mr. Schweitzer spin some yarns about his time at X as a student and teacher. Although he is known for his happy-go-lucky, positive attitude in the hallways and classroom, he dives deep into the importance of the St. X legacy and his optimism for the future. He's a devoted husband, dad, and Boston Red Sox fan with a story for nearly every occasion...
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