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Faith-filled field trip across America

Faith-filled field trip across America

Mr. Wulbert plans first D.C. March for Life trip in school history
Joey Dauphin, Staff Writer December 10, 2021

For the first time ever, students from Saint Viator will be traveling to Washington D.C. to partake in the March for Life in January 2022. “I am thrilled to go to Washington DC and promote the life...

Ms. Gray and the crew of “Pippin” at dance rehearsal.

‘Pippin”s promise: new cast, creativity, and choreography

Sean McLaughlin and Joselyn Mendez December 10, 2021

Musical season is back in swing at Viator, with the annual winter musical for 2022 being “Pippin.” “Pippin,” created in 1972 by Bob Fosse and Roger O. Hirson, and composed by Stephen Schwartz,...

Dr. Hughes leads scales and triads in Concert Choir.

New finds in fine arts department

Julia Benkendorf, Editor-in-Chief December 10, 2021

“Sing what I show you,” choir director Dr. John Hughes announces to the choir. Circling the room, he flashes solfege hand symbols and listens as students concentrate on reaching the proper intervals....

Teams ask, ‘Where are freshmen?’

Teams ask, ‘Where are freshmen?’

Sam Hargadon, Copy Editor December 10, 2021

Strong varsity athletics have always been a tradition at Saint Viator. Five years ago, freshmen teams were the norm for all sports, tryouts were commonly cutthroat, and students flocked to numerous sports....

(Bottom L to R) Sophomores Bridget Martin and Mary Seafield, and (Top L to R) freshmen Anna Vernoski and Kyli Ziebka meeting for campus ministry.

Clubs answer, ‘We have no idea!’

Joey Dauphin, Mia Mortellaro, and Evelyn Ubaniak December 10, 2021

As a college preparatory academy, our school is rooted in extra-curricular participation, especially when these activities can inspire a student towards their future success. While athletics are obviously...

Social studies keeps AP Psych in mind

Social studies keeps AP Psych in mind

Madeline Dauphin, Local Editor October 29, 2021

Every year, various departments at Saint Viator re-assess their course offerings to ensure they align with student interests. Recently, the social studies department had students take a survey to gage...

The Viatorian clergy share a meal in their third-floor residence.

Working from home like you’ve never seen before

Perks of getting from bedroom to classroom by one flight of stairs
Joey Dauphin and Mia Mortellaro October 29, 2021

Every year, the newly arrived freshmen tour the living quarters of the Viatorian priests and brothers as a part of their faith class. Students are able to see how the Viatorians live and understand the...

Homework horrors...?

Homework horrors…?

Is new school year's return to normality causing increased nightly workloads?
Cecelia Whelan, Staff Writer October 29, 2021

Throughout the various changes resulting from COVID-19, several high schools have adopted a block schedule (four periods a day), leaving the eight periods per day schedule behind. As classes have gone...

Br. Peter teaches his sophomore Bible class.

Brother Pete: The Viator way back home

Quentin Perry, Staff Writer October 29, 2021

In 1831, Father Louis Querbes founded the Clerics of Saint Viator. The order was created during the French Revolution, where clergymen were persecuted and poverty ran rampant amongst young people. Father...

Photo Club meets for their biweekly meeting during flex time.

Flex your new activities

Students participate in new activities, clubs after school
Joey Dauphin, Staff Writer October 1, 2021

Clubs are a way of becoming involved in the school community and meeting new people. Luckily for Viator students, a multitude of new clubs have been introduced. As a result, many students are overwhelmed...

Lion days cause up-roar of opinions

Lion days cause up-roar of opinions

Staff, students debate views on new eight-period days
Sam Hargadon, Copy Editor October 1, 2021

After a year and a half of change and uncertainty, the school schedule has changed yet again. This improved block schedule includes longer classes and a new “Lion Day.” These implementations have made...

Ms. Embree shows off her current graphing lesson.

‘Adding’ to the staff: Embree’s mathematical debut

New faculty member Ms. Embree adds some charismatic flair to the math department
Quentin Perry, Staff Writer October 1, 2021

Lions, have you noticed a new face gracing the math hallway? Ms.Maggie Embree is a new math teacher that will be instructing honors Pre-Calculus and Algebra II/ Trigonometry—Mrs. Worthington’s classes...

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