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Its hard to believe some of these books have landed on the banned list

Banned Books Week

Harris Overton, Staff Writer September 23, 2022
"The author once said, ‘If you don’t care for obscenity, you don’t care for the truth,’ and that stuck with me.”
The cast and crew of our new play is set to premiere after tons of preparation

Come See “Brothers Grimm Spectaculathon”

Collin Deem and Jackson Hall September 16, 2022
Do you like comedy? According to our theater troupe, their production of “The Brothers Grimm Spectaculathon” is the play for you!
Phones, iPads, Lanyards and more. Dont make these common freshman mistakes

Top 5 Don’ts for Freshmen

Landon Gaines, Staff Writer August 30, 2022
As a freshman at St. X, you're given lots of advice to improve your time here as a student and as a brother in the brotherhood. However, I felt that as a freshman, I didn't understand the true importance and what would make me an efficient St. X student. If you're worried about this year, this article is meant to help you navigate the world of St. X as smoothly as possible. When in doubt, avoid these common pitfalls...
Freshman Survival Guide by Class of 25

Freshman Survival Guide by Class of ’25

Reece Sutton, Staff Writer May 20, 2022
The transition from eighth grade to freshman year is is undoubtedly an enormous and often overwhelming experience. Leaving a small, tight-knit middle school for the vast halls of St. X is a momentous change of pace. Who better to give advice on the subject than the freshman class of ’25, who just made it through this exact experience.
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Getting to Know Mr. Spears

Ryan Prestigiacomo, Staff Writer May 17, 2022
Tyler Spears a man who many can say they aspire to be like -- a teacher, streamer and overall great guy.
Seemingly Meaningless Moments That Were Anything But

Seemingly Meaningless Moments That Were Anything But

Paul Gates, Staff Writer May 11, 2022
And how good these memories are.
Music Revives Memories with Aaron Napier

Music Revives Memories with Aaron Napier

Joey Maier, Staff Writer May 5, 2022
My good friend Aaron Napier started his very own non-profit to help patients. Napier goes into nursing homes and plays music for people suffering from Dementia. Research has proven that music can actually spark memories for them.
Inside Coach Kroh’s Classroom and Legacy

Inside Coach Kroh’s Classroom and Legacy

Sean Livesay, Staff Writer May 3, 2022
What is often invisible to those who experienced Kroh’s influence on St. X indirectly is what lies at the core of his mission: a simple yet boundlessly powerful principle fundamental to his professional success and uniqueness.
Goodbye, St. X

Goodbye, St. X

Owen O’Neill, Sports Editor May 2, 2022
I always knew I would eventually graduate from St. X, but I didn’t think it would fly by this fast. Andy Bernard from The Office once said, “I wish there was a way to know you were the good ole days before you actually left them.” If any quote in the whole world was true…it would be this one. 
Becoming a Renaissance Man

Becoming a Renaissance Man

Dominic Garcia, Staff Writer April 26, 2022
At some point in your life you might have heard the names Leonardo da Vinci, Nikola Tesla, or Mr. Kroh. The thing all of these people all have in common is the fact that they in some way embodied the spirit of a Renaissance man. This means they were people who were skilled in a variety of subjects. There are many reasons why you should become a Renaissance person and ways for you to do so.
Faculty Philosophy

Faculty Philosophy

Dominic Garcia, Staff Writer April 22, 2022
One of the things that makes St. X great are the teachers. We have so many that are full of wisdom and that not only makes them interesting, but also helps us learn as students. I've reached out to some of our wisest educators to see if they had any words of wisdom for us...
Ty and Raques Brotherhood (Short Story)

Ty and Raque’s Brotherhood (Short Story)

Paul Gates, Staff Writer April 16, 2022
Today, of course, is the first day of Ty Numen and Raque Matthews’ senior year.
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