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St. Joseph to host Blackhawks players on February 29

St. Joseph to host Blackhawks players on February 29

Tessa Martyn, Staff writer

The Chicago Blackhawks are having an amazing season this year filled with streaks, record breaking moments and with roughly 24 games left in regular season they are at the...  Read More »

Feb 18

Class of 2019 acclimating to new surroundings

Class of 2019 acclimating to new surroundings

Yami Rodriguez, Staff writer

With the first semester now over, it’s about time to check in with St. Joseph newest students and see how the adjustment has gone from middle school to being high schoolers. This...  Read More »

Feb 2

Four St. Joseph students travel to Indy for NCYC conference

Four St. Joseph students travel to Indy for NCYC conference

Johnny Milas, Staff writer

Every two years 30,000 Catholics, from all around the country, gather in Indianapolis for the National Youth Catholic Conference (NCYC) and the National College Collegiate...  Read More »

Jan 7

New teacher embraces diversity

Megan Palinkas, Staff writer

Ever since she was a young girl, Aracelys Rios knew she was going to become a teacher one day. Helping out her six other siblings with homework and her passion for school helped her decide she was going to teach. Dr. Rios, though, wasn’t sure what subject she would teach until she reached high school. Then, she began her college career at the University of Puerto...  Read More »

Jan 7

World-Traveler now calls St. Joseph home

Fiona Leiva, Staff writer

Ms. Azsherae Gary, a person of many experiences, holds education very dearly to her heart. Her talent and travels have taught her much and have even given her many opportunities such as teaching in Tokyo, Japan. Recently she has become a new addition to the St. Joseph teaching staff. Ms. Gary began her career preparation at Bryn Mawr College in her home-state of Pennsylvania....  Read More »

Jan 7

St. Joseph Fall Play to be held this weekend

St. Joseph Fall Play to be held this weekend

Mya Seaton, Correspondent

This Friday, Nov. 20 and Saturday, Nov. 21, viewers will witness 12 people try to decide the fate of a young boy who is accused of patricide. Can a racist, a Chicago Bulls...  Read More »

Nov 18

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World/US News

Appreciating Thanksgiving during the Holiday Madness

Davane Gross, Staff writer

What comes to mind when you think of Thanksgiving? Is it the variety of foods at the dinner table? Is it the gathering of your relatives? Is it the feeling of just being complete with your family? Well, many of these statements can be a combination into one. When asked what does Thanksgiving mean to you Kennedy Hayes stated, “It’s going to see family that I haven’t...  Read More »

Dec 17

Do we still celebrate Halloween or is it a thing of the (not so distant) past?

Do we still celebrate Halloween or is it a thing of the (not so distant) past?

Juliana Fiore, Staff writer

With Halloween having just passed, it poses a very interesting question to high schoolers.   It approaches us differently so the real question is, are teens still dressing...  Read More »

Nov 12

Put down your device (the world is passing you by)

Courtnei Stephens, Staff writer

When was the last time you went outside for a walk? When was the last time you sat down with a friend just for a talk over coffee? When was the last time you actually read a newspaper? Lately social media giants like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Tumblr have been making the world go nuts.  A report by Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers said that “Trends report,...  Read More »

Nov 5

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Opinion

College Hoops season in full swing

Kyle Murray, Staff writer

The College Basketball season is more than half way over, and the road to the Final Four is almost here – with conference tournaments right around the corner.  The No....  Read More »

February 19, 2015

Tensions high between Police, communities following deaths

December 17, 2014

When does the violence end?

November 5, 2014

Some Holiday recipes to help brighten your season

January 22, 2014

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Arts and Entertainment

St. Joseph Fall Play to be held this weekend

Mya Seaton, Correspondent

This Friday, Nov. 20 and Saturday, Nov. 21, viewers will witness 12 people try to decide the fate of a young boy who is accused of patricide. Can a racist, a Chicago Bulls...  Read More »

November 18, 2015

Lights…Camera…Music!

February 19, 2015

Westchester Shoppers have new and improved experience at Mariano’s

December 17, 2014

Put down your device (the world is passing you by)

November 5, 2014

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The student news site of St. Joseph High School
The student news site of St. Joseph High School