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Senior Spotlight #2: Paul Gates

Senior Spotlight #2: Paul Gates

Sean Livesay, Staff Writer November 17, 2021
Senior Paul Gates is the President of the Saint Joseph of Arimathea Society, Vice President of the Student Activities Council, Ryken Service Club member, WSTX anchor, and varsity football player. His numerous endeavors serving the community and the St. X student body have shaped him into an essential leader within his community and the face of the St. X experience.
Faculty Feature #2: Pottery With Payne

Faculty Feature #2: Pottery With Payne

Jake Bennett, Staff Writer November 12, 2021
On this edition of Faculty Features, Jake speaks with beloved pottery teacher, Mr. Payne. Payne speaks about his omnipresent love for making pottery and teaching students here at St. Xavier. He also speaks about his incredible experiences with ceramics outside of teaching.
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. 
The Tigers take the field

St. X Survives Second-Half Scare to Defeat Trinity

Sean Livesay, Owen O’Neill, and Jake Bennett September 29, 2021
Under the bright Friday night lights of Cardinal Stadium with an estimated 16,000 fans in attendance, the Tigers defeated the Shamrocks for the first time in three years with a final score of 35-28.
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...
Episode 5: Coach Kevin Wallace

Episode 5: Coach Kevin Wallace

Justin Lauersdorf, Staff Writer April 27, 2021
Listen to Coach Wallace talk about his time on and off the gridiron. He shares stories about his time in Bowling Green, talks about why culture is so important to him, gives a few life lessons. He also shares the origin story of his “game day tweets”...
Episode 4: Jed Hilbert

Episode 4: Jed Hilbert

Carson Stockdale, Student Editor April 23, 2021
Listen to Mr. Hilbert reflect on his his time at St. X as a student. He also talks about his days as a student teacher, playing baseball for Center College and getting "the call" from his alma mater to return as a teacher. 
Episode 3: Mike Littell

Episode 3: Mike Littell

Justin Lauersdorf, Staff Writer April 6, 2021
Listen to Mr. Littell talk about St. X from the advancement side of things. As a man who helped pioneer the Project X and X Effect campaigns, he sheds light on what is done behind the scenes to help this school to be the special place that it is.
Episode 2: Bill Bornschein

Episode 2: Bill Bornschein

Carson Stockdale March 5, 2021
Listen to Mr. Bornschein go back in time to the 70s, where he reminisces about his time growing up in Fern Creek and making his way into the halls of Saint Xavier. He compares school eras, shares fond memories, and opens up about his revelatory Christian Awakening retreat and the impact it had on his life's journey. 
Episode 1: Coach Mike Glaser

Episode 1: Coach Mike Glaser

Carson Stockdale, Student Editor February 5, 2021
Listen to Coach Glaser reminisce about his time at St. X as a student, player, coach, and English teacher. He shares his passions for his alma mater and digs deep into what makes the school so special. He even reveals who his all time favorite player is...

Quarantine Reflection

Jacob Blincoe, Junior May 15, 2020
Honestly, before the quarantine, I felt like I was drowning. I had so many obligations to fulfill and places to be. I felt like I was going a million miles a second. Every second spent not doing anything was a second wasted. Quarantine has given me time to do nothing. It slowed down my chaotic life, and honestly I am thankful for that.

Dear Future Self

Nico Showalter, Sophomore May 15, 2020
I hope this letter will remind you of the importance of those people closest to you and the memories you make with them.
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