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  • New characters in Wonderland

    New characters in Wonderland

    Bridget Sloan, Staff Writer

    September 28, 2017

    Every school year, students audition to be a part of the fall play, and this year’s production of “Alice in Wonderland” is no different. Many tried out for their favorite roles in the beloved story. However, this year’s show is distinctive fr...

    Students practice for the upcoming play with director Mrs. Kate Costello. Photo by Cassidy Versen.

  • Art of filmmaking evolves

    Art of filmmaking evolves

    Emily Bremner, Staff Writer

    September 28, 2017

    Every filmmaker dreams of hearing their movie called at the Oscars, but how does one achieve this honor? “Casablanca," “All About Eve," “West Side Story," “The Godfather," “Amadeus," “Titanic" and “Moonlight” have all been awarded the...

    Kenny Yi

  • Why do athletes love the game?

    Why do athletes love the game?

    Madison Wrzos, Staff Writer

    September 28, 2017

    Any spectator watching a sporting event is amazed by the physical and mental toughness of an athlete, their competitiveness, but most importantly, their yearning to play and succeed. When talking to most athletes, their passionate words exemplify their...

    Senior Olivia Isufi wraps a teammate's leg in ice. Photo by Anthony Novak

  • Innovation fuses neurotechnology with modern security

    Innovation fuses neurotechnology with modern security

    John Rapala, Staff Writer

    September 28, 2017

    Scientists have worked to create devices, like the silicon chip, that mimic the actions of the human brain. The silicon chip, invented by Jack Kilby and Robert Noyce, holds large quantities of information and performs mathematical operations. Now, however,...

    Art by Joanne Jun

  • Is beauty worth the bunnies?

    Is beauty worth the bunnies?

    Grace Zimmerman, Staff Writer

    September 28, 2017

    These days, society obsesses over achieving beauty and perfection through the use of makeup.  It is well-known that these cosmetics used by people all around the world are pricey and getting even more expensive.  Thousands of dollars are spent on makeup ...

    Art by Kenny Yi

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Students share noodles, each other’s company

Students share noodles, each other’s company

Grace Rygiel, Staff Writer

Who doesn’t love to grab a delicious meal at Noodles and Company? This year, The Justice League, a social justice club, will be hosting an event to better connect international students with American...

September 28, 2017

New characters in Wonderland

New characters in Wonderland

September 28, 2017

Every school year, students audition to be a part of the fall play, and this year’s production of “Alice in Wonderland” is no different. Many tried out for their favorite roles in the beloved story. How...

Service Spotlight: Maura Hogaboom

Service Spotlight: Maura Hogaboom

September 28, 2017

“To whomever much is given, of him will much be required; and to whole much was entrusted, of him more will be asked” (Lk 12:28). Junior Maura Hogaboom goes out of her way to live out those word...

Local group tests cardiac health, teens heartly know their risk

Local group tests cardiac health, teens heartly know their risk

September 28, 2017

The heart wants what the hearts wants, right? Screens for Teens is a program that wants you to know about your heart. Sponsored by the Max Schweitzer Foundation, Screens for Teens provides low-cost cardiac...

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ANTIFA proves threat to public safety

ANTIFA proves threat to public safety

Andrew Johnson, Staff Writer

Fascism has led to the genocide of people, the destruction of cultures, and the decline of countries. With how destructive fascism is, it is understandable that people woul...

September 28, 2017

Stars don’t align for equal pay in Hollywood

Stars don’t align for equal pay in Hollywood

September 28, 2017

SeaWorld proves cruel in orca breeding practices

SeaWorld proves cruel in orca breeding practices

September 28, 2017

Start your life, end the streaks

Start your life, end the streaks

September 28, 2017

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Harvey hits Houston hard

Harvey hits Houston hard

Nicholette Bentz and Christi Hansen

Imagine coming back to your house after a week with no home or future, finding everything destroyed by water. As relief efforts strive to aid in the cleanup process in Houston after the disastrous Category 4 Hurricane...

September 28, 2017

Zapad War Games stand borderline offensive

Zapad War Games stand borderline offensive

Innovation fuses neurotechnology with modern security

Innovation fuses neurotechnology with modern security

Indian Court rules privacy as inalienable right

Indian Court rules privacy as inalienable right

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The student news site of Saint Viator High School
The student news site of Saint Viator High School