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ACT now or so you thought

Art by Marion Krowczyk
Student's struggle as they try to find testing option in the midst of COVID-19
November 16, 2020

With the COVID-19 pandemic, the college admission process has been forced to make adjustments due to students’ lack of access to the ACT. The limited access to testing has raised concerns over access...

Haunted halls

Art by Erin Cavender
Student council decks school in spooky decor, students dress down in spirit
November 16, 2020

The rescheduling of this year’s Homecoming dance and football game has opened a door to the school’s very first “Halloween Spirit Week.” “Think of this as Homecoming, but for Halloween”,...

An expert’s guide to e-learning

Art by Junseo-Hu
Students, faculty offer tips for mastering online schooling
November 16, 2020

A close friend, a teammate, or someone in your class tests positive. Three independent cases of COVID arise within the school. The positivity rates in the surrounding areas surpass the eight percent limit....

Right back to where we started from

Photo by Mr. Chris Paolelli
Faculty and student's struggle with the transiton from elearning to in-person learning and try to regain a sense of normalcy
November 16, 2020

Students are having to quickly transition to the new normal at Saint Viator. Six months ago, students had to suddenly transition from learning in school to learning through their computers. Now, Saint...

Navigating fall without football

Sophomore John Krause wears a mask while practicing at a contact day.
October 13, 2020

On a normal fall Friday night, students would pack Forest View Stadium to anxiously watch the football team from the stands. However, this is far from a normal year with far from normal circumstances.  On...

Activities During Covid

Art By Mary Strauder
October 13, 2020

Returning to school is normally a busy time with starting activities and service for the new year. In the fall, students struggle to find a balance between extracurriculars, sports, and social lives. However,...

Teachers ZOOM into remote learning scene

Art by Ruiqi Gao
October 13, 2020

As students return to school and adjust to the new COVID-19 hybrid learning style, teachers in the St. Viator community who are teaching remotely are equally facing their share of triumphs and challenges. ...

It’s time for a “school” change

Departments debut new classes for upcoming school year
March 13, 2020

Each year around late fall and early winter, the academic curriculum is reviewed by the school directors and teachers. They decide the relevance of each class in the system and choose if an old class should...

Many countries, one school

International Program welcomes students from across seas
March 13, 2020

Have you ever wondered how international students adjust to life at Saint Viator? For the past eight years, the Reverend Mark R. Francis, CSV, International Program has been assisting students from other...

It pays dividends to have a job

March 13, 2020

Do you have a job? Many students at Saint Viator have jobs outside of school. Maybe you’re one of them! A Google Form was sent out asking students whether they had a job, and if so, what they do for...

Querbes program overhaul adds options

Gifted students apply knowledge in faith, academics, service
February 28, 2020

Querbes Scholars is a program that allows students who achieve above and beyond in academics to have more education-, religion- and community-focused opportunities. From its founding in 2010 until...

Roaring into Night of the Lion

Photo courtesy of the Advancement Office
February 28, 2020

On Saturday March 7, Mahoney Gym will be transformed to a time 100 years back, as part of Night of the Lion. Themed to “Roaring into the 20’s,” the event is the perfect way to kick off the decade....

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