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Through a Lion’s Eye

Through a Lion's Eye

Matthew McManaman, Staff Writer

December 11, 2015

What is your favorite memory from this volleyball season? What makes it so great? “The best memory from the volleyball season was winning regionals because while I’ve been at Saint Viator we have never won regionals. The last time Saint Viator won regionals was in 2009. We hosted regionals...

Viator seeks head football coach

Art by Katie Boler

December 11, 2015

Finding a coach that will fill the shoes of former head coach Mr. Brandon New will be a daunting task. After Mr. New resigned as head coach of the varsity Lions football team in early November, the athletic department quickly responded by setting out a search team for a new coach. Mr. Martin Jennings,...

Alumni Spotlight: Ore Arogundade ’14

Arogundade plays basketball at Drake

Art Scheller, Sports Editor

December 11, 2015

Ore Arogundade, a 2014 Saint Viator alumnus and former Lions basketball player, currently plays basketball at Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa. In his second year playing basketball at Drake, Arogundade reflects on his basketball career and offers advice to this year’s varsity team. Arogundade...

Junior makes “Kmet-ment” to Notre Dame

Michael Fitzpatrick, Staff Writer

December 11, 2015

****NOTE: An earlier version of this story misidentified the author.  The Viator Voice regrets the error.**** Notre Dame, Ohio State, Michigan, Michigan State, Baylor, Northwestern—these are some of the best football schools in the country, and Saint Viator junior Cole Kmet had to chose which on...

Chicago Bulls on path to successful season

Art by Anna Gorman

Art Scheller, Sports Editor

December 11, 2015

The Chicago Bulls conclude the first month of the 2015-2016 NBA season with a nine and four record. The team learned a new system this season as it transitioned to a new head coach. The team excels on the defensive end of the game while working to improve their offensive style so they can put points...

The Blackhawks skate onto the ice

The Blackhawks skate onto the ice

Daniel Dababneh, Staff Writer

November 5, 2015

As the defending 2015 Stanley Cup Champions stepped on the ice this season, they were hoping for a much more victorious start. The Chicago Blackhawks got the season underway on October 7 as they faced the New York Rangers in the United Center. Even though Chicago lost in regulation 3-2, it proved to...

Alumni Spotlight: Justice Johnson ’13

Justice Johnson left boxes out a opponent during a basketball game at Saint Ambrose.

Art Scheller, Sports Editor

November 5, 2015

Justice Johnson, a 2013 Saint Viator alumnus and former Lions basketball player, currently plays basketball at Saint Ambrose University in Davenport, Iowa. In her third year playing basketball at Saint. Ambrose, Justice Johnson reflects on her basketball career and offers advice to this year's varsity...

Swimmers dive into a buoyant season.

Swimmers dive into a buoyant season.

Art Scheller and Sean McAteer

November 5, 2015

As the 2015-2016 varsity boys swimming season swims into full gear, the team looks forward to a bright season ahead. Swimmers wait in anticipation for the upcoming season, hoping to cut their times down from previous years, and having state medals on their minds. The team has numerous goals for...

The Basketball team hustles into a sanguine season

The Basketball team hustles into a sanguine season

Michael Fitzpatrick, Staff Writer

November 5, 2015

The new season cannot come fast enough for the Saint Viator girls basketball team. After a rough season last year, change has brought new hope to the team. Mr. Jason Raymond is back coaching, coaching at his alma mater. Mr. Raymond is excited to be back, but is still adjusting to his new surroundings...

Does nutrition comfort the body?

Does nutrition comfort the body?

Maeve Schumacher, Staff Writer

November 5, 2015

Imagine that you are driving home from soccer practice. You are smelly, tired and, obviously, hungry. Pulling into the drive-thru of McDonald's, you decide to order a cheeseburger, a large fry and a large pop. After all, you just had a hard practice. Could an order of fast food really make a difference? In...

Chicago Cubs entice viewers with uplifting season

Art by Kayla Johnson

Sean McAteer, Staff Writer

October 7, 2015

At the beginning of the season, the Chicago Cubs were considered the young, inexperienced team of the National League central division, looking to make their mark on the league. Soon the MLB realized the young unit was a force, pushing its way into the discussion for postseason baseball. Thus, the North...

Alumni Spotlight Kevin Schreiber ’13

Kevin Schreiber’s athlete profile picture for the St. Thomas Cross Country team.

Art Scheller, Sports Editor

October 7, 2015

Kevin Schreiber, a Saint Viator graduate of the class of 2013 and former runner for the Lions cross country team, currently runs cross country at the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, Minnesota. In his third year at St. Thomas, Schreiber reflects on his years running at Saint Viator and looks to...

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