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The Student News Site of Saint Xavier High School

Xavier News

The Student News Site of Saint Xavier High School

Xavier News

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.
Xavier News: By the Numbers

Xavier News: By the Numbers

Reece Sutton, Staff Writer April 27, 2022
The Xavier News brand has grown exponentially since its birth—the most significant progress seen within the 2021-2022 school year. As of late, the site numbers have been at an all-time high.
A St. X senior “bumming” out during his school day.

BREAKING: Seniors Struck with Senioritis

Owen O’Neill and Paul Gates April 14, 2022
“Job finished? I don’t think so.” — Kobe Bean Bryant
Spider-Man EXPOSED!!!

Spider-Man EXPOSED!!!

J. Jonah Jameson, Editor-In-Chief April 1, 2022
For years, Spider-Man has been terrorizing this city with his “heroic” antics, leaving millions of dollars of destruction in his path. FINALLY, with his true identity exposed, authorities can bring this VILLAINOUS VIGILANTE to JUSTICE.
Estes and Haara Score 36 on ACT

Estes and Haara Score 36 on ACT

Reece Sutton, Staff Writer March 29, 2022
“Take a breath when you can’t find the answer. Staying relaxed and focused is extremely important to preventing mindless mistakes,” said Estes. “Sleep is extremely important for this. Sometimes as high school students, I feel like we forget what it feels like mentally to get nine hours and be at the top of our game.”
International Travel Makes a Triumphant Return

International Travel Makes a Triumphant Return

Paul Gates, Staff Writer March 28, 2022
The first of these opportunities come in summer 2023 with a trip to Spain.
St. X Theatre Takes on Damn Yankees

St. X Theatre Takes on “Damn Yankees”

Joey Maier, Staff Writer March 17, 2022
Not only is Damn Yankees a tremendously fun comedy, but it's also a salute to America with its focus on baseball, choosing the good of a team over individual glory, and preferring family to celebrity.  Plus when else do you have a chance to see a professional baseball team that sings and dances?
Where Did All The Mixers Go?

Where Did All The Mixers Go?

Paul Gates, Staff Writer March 14, 2022
They sound amazing -- everyone loves dances, but a mixer streamlines the entire process. Allow me outline why dances are the most excruciating, abysmal headache in the world.
Matt Weir ’99 Honors School Founder With Statue

Matt Weir ’99 Honors School Founder With Statue

Paul Gates, Staff Writer March 7, 2022
A commemorative statue of Brother Paul Van Gerwen C.F.X has been erected in the courtyard adjacent to the faculty parking lot.
Top 10 Olympic Moments of 2022

Top 10 Olympic Moments of 2022

Ryan Becherer, Student Editor March 4, 2022
The 2022 Beijing Winter Olympic Games, in typical Olympic fashion, was a thrilling event that kept eyes the world over glued to the television. Records, expectations, and sadly, a few hearts, were broken. Through triumph and tragedy, this year’s Olympians have brought their sports to new heights, holding nothing back. If you missed out on the games this year, don’t fret; here are ten of the most important and memorable Olympic moments of 2022.
(Photo by: Justin Lubin/NBC)

Calling All Talented Tigers

Paul Gates, Staff Writer February 28, 2022
The talent show will take place Monday, March 21, during the school day. St. X has hosted talent shows in the past, however this is the first time our school has hosted a talent show in many years. All who are interested in trying out should contact a representative of SAC and watch your email inbox for more information. Tryouts will take place on Monday, March 7 right after school.
Mr. Kroh Retires

Mr. Kroh Retires

DJ Stobbe and Sean Livesay February 28, 2022
Legendary teacher, coach, and alumnus Mr. Joe Kroh has retired after more than 50 years of working for Saint Xavier High School. A staple of the St. X experience, Kroh’s peculiar, philosophical teaching style has been influential in the lives of thousands of Tigers. As a student, the 1961 graduate excelled as a state champion runner in both track and cross country, setting state records in the mile and two mile races. Kroh leaves behind an unsurpassed legacy at Saint Xavier, teaching over 7,000 students during his tenure. 
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