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Hello my name is Mrs. Mroz

Kate Hannon, Staff Writer

October 31, 2018

If any student needs to not only understand how life functions but also program an app to demonstrate it, freshman biology and Mobile Apps I teacher Mrs. Rachel Mroz is the right person to look to. When she graduated from Trinity High School and the University of Illinois, Mrs. Mroz planned to atte...

Student Council hosts spooktacular Halloween Fun Fair

Students greet trick-or-treeters at Halloween Fun Fair.

Crystal Schuster, Staff Writer

October 31, 2018

What better way to celebrate spooky season than with a little fun… and fair(ies)? The Halloween Fun Fair was bustling with shining tiaras and glistening wings, little want-to- (bumble) bees flying to and fro, Elmo look-a-likes, and future princesses casting their magic over Cahill gymnasium. The Fair...

Scariest places in Saint Viator

Crystal Schuster, Staff Writer

October 31, 2018

Whether you’re creeping your way through the dark auditorium, gliding through the hallways by the pool, or tiptoeing your way through the deafeningly silent empty hallways, one thing’s for certain: the school is crawling with places that will be sure to give you the heebie jeebies! It’s bee...

Have no fear! Panic buttons are here.

Have no fear! Panic buttons are here.

Alyssa Yankee, Staff Writer

October 31, 2018

The new administration has updated the security policies over the past two years, including activity schedule sign up, QR code forms to sign out of Querbes Hall, and most recently, panic buttons. “It is all about keeping everybody safe,” said Dr. Deborah Scerbicke, dean of students. These new...

Student council doesn’t let wild scheduling derail homecoming week

The theme for Homecoming is wild west, with a dress-up day on Thursday.

Allison Bosshart, Local Editor

October 5, 2018

What do you think your student council representatives do in the spring before school gets out? Relax? Slack off? Pack their suitcases? Actually, students are voting months ahead of time on Homecoming themes and selecting decorations for the dance. Lions Go Wild West Homecoming Week begins Tuesday,...

Freshmen learn value of service from early on

Alyssa Yankee, Staff Writer

October 5, 2018

The freshman Class of 2022 recently experienced the Freshman Day of Prayer and Service on September 19 at Feed My Starving Children to learn about the significance of service and to make a difference together. “The idea is to help bring in freshmen to the culture and life of Saint Viator,”...

Hello my name is Mr. Flink

Hello my name is Mr. Flink

Brooke Puccini, Co-Editor in Chief

October 5, 2018

When he is not moderating sixth period lunch, new chemistry teacher Mr. Neil Flink can be found flaunting his inner nerd to staff and students. The self-proclaimed geek has always loved science, but how exactly did he end up at Saint Viator? After excelling in his high school AP Chemistry class, Mr....

Hey there Mrs. Bremner!

Mrs. Bremner works hard to bring more students into the school.

Crystal Schuster, Staff Writer

October 5, 2018

Rolling in as the new Director of Enrollment is Mrs. Christine Bremner! She is a mother of four, all graduates of Our Lady of the Wayside and three of which are alumni of Saint Viator. Mrs. Bremner even taught some of Michael Jordan’s kids! She attended the University of Illinois in Champaign and got...

Talents ‘revealed’ as students join new show choir

The Revelations practices for their first performance at the Fine Arts Festival

Bridget Sloan, Staff Writer

October 5, 2018

With many students participating in band, choir, and theater, fine arts are evidently big at Saint Viator. However, this year presents a unique opportunity not offered for many years: show choir. Unlike more traditional choral music, show choir involves both choreography and music from a variety of different...

Fall play presents comedic crash course in Shakespeare

Seniors Kiana Resch and James McManus prepare for the October 25 debut of

Kate Hannon, Staff Writer

October 5, 2018

It is usually very rare to find “Shakespeare” and “football game” used in the same context, but not at this year’s fall play. “The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged)” is a comical rendition of all 37 of Shakespeare’s plays and stories, condensed into a 97 minute show....

Veggie Lions grow hope for the hungry

The Gardening Club had a successful harvest last year.

Alex DiMarco, Staff Writer

October 5, 2018

These past few years, many new clubs have been formed at school. Students may have heard announcements about the new bass fishing club or the new field hockey team. But what many people do not know is that one student recently started a gardening club. Elise Horbach, a senior, went to one of her teachers...

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