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Underclassmen preparing themselves for the Big One – The ACT

Underclassmen preparing themselves for the Big One – The ACT

Tessa Martyn, Staff writer

November 9, 2017

On October 11th, the freshman, sophomores, and juniors had the opportunity to take a practice ACT test in order to prepare and know what to expect in the near future. Senio...

Business First – New St. Joseph teacher brings real world experience to classroom

Business First – New St. Joseph teacher brings real world experience to classroom

November 9, 2017

What began as a career in accounting blossomed into serving as a corporate vice-president and controller for a major healthcare organization. Throughout his thirty-four year...

Students at St. Joseph have a new way to beat the stress

Tessa Martyn, Staff writer

November 7, 2017

Let’s get down dog! Yoga club is run by Ms. Nicole Muchowicz and takes place in room 207, every Monday from 2:45 to 3:15 throughout the school year. Yoga club was originally founded by our former art teacher, Ms. Stephanie Kuecker who Ms. Muchowicz took over for. Ms. Muchowicz has had the ability to make the yoga room, a safe and welcoming place where students and teache...

With each passing year, all seniors can agree on one thing – Kairos is a hit!

Marissa Arreola, Staff writer

November 7, 2017

You could ask the seniors, you could ask the alumni, and they would all agree on one thing – Kairos is not experience you want to miss out on. Here at St. Joseph, we are a Lasallian community. Our students participate in faith based retreats their freshman, sophomore, and junior year. Their senior year, Kairos is their last retreat. Because of the 3 days and 4 nights,...

The “Greatest Homecoming on Earth” a huge success

Trenton Mason, Correspondent

November 7, 2017

Homecoming, an event most high school students look for at the start of a new school year. It usually starts with a week dedicated to the event and the dance is usually the conclusion to an action filled week dedicated to bringing everyone together and having fun. This year, on September 9, St Joseph celebrated its homecoming dance, with the theme being circus this...

Harry Potter alive and well in the halls at St. Joseph

Carmelo Zambole, Staff writer

November 7, 2017

St. Joseph High School has a book worm side. Here in the hallways of St. Joseph, you will find the Harry Potter houses. Yes, we got your Gryffindor, Hufflepuff, Ravenclaw and Slytherin. Mr.Zitzer is the house sorter of St.Joe’s and he loves his job. The houses are for seniors only. The houses sound fun to join. The house you join is decided by a hat. Yes,...

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World/US News

To dream or not to dream…

Phoebe Unzueta, Staff writer

October 2, 2017

There is one word looming on the mind of almost every American, but more likely everyone in the world, the word Trump. Depending on who you ask, this can either be a good or bad association, but to most it is the latter. Since the first day of the Trump Administration, almost anyone who is not a white, straight, Christian male has been on edge. Day after day, the administration...

Settling the debate between Christmas Eve and Christmas Day

Stefania Renteria, Staff writer

December 11, 2016

Christmas and Christmas Eve happen on back-to-back days and both are designed to celebrate the same thing, but it seems like everyone has a preference as to which holiday they enjoy more. People around the world have their own customs and preferences. Personally, coming from a Latino community we take both holydays very serious. Christmas Eve is all about coming...

Appreciating Thanksgiving

Leah Matthews, Staff writer

December 11, 2016

  Thanksgiving traditions are important to families across the world. In my family, this is the time we give thanks to God.  We celebrate by coming together and sharing what we are thankful for. Also we eat, laugh play games, dance and have fun together like it is our last time seeing each other. The food in my family is the most important part. It take for...

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Opinion

Heading to the movies? Not me (I’ll be watching at home)

Bella Fuentes, Staff writer

November 7, 2017

It is no surprise that more people wait for a movie to be available online instead of going to the movie theaters. When a medium popcorn and a drink can add up to fifteen...

The stress of getting ready for college is, well…stressful

November 7, 2017

Opinion – Ending the cruelty toward farm animals

December 13, 2016

A lesson in giving back during the Holiday Season

December 11, 2016

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Arts and Entertainment

St. Joseph Spring Play all set for this week

Lauren Ward, Correspondent

April 19, 2017

For this year’s Spring Play, the theatre department at St. Joseph High School will be performing one of the most classic stories of all time. This Thursday and Friday,...

Aggressive rapper drops long-awaited album

November 6, 2016

A Coloring Book for grown-ups

November 6, 2016

Halloween – A treat or just a trick for high school-aged students?

Halloween – A treat or just a trick for high school-aged students?

October 30, 2016

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