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Walking for a Cause

Davane Gross, Staff writer

November 5, 2014

October was National Suicide Prevention Month (symbolized with a blue and yellow ribbon), and Oct. 5-11 was National Mental Health Awareness week (symbolized with a lime green ribbon). On Sept. 20, our very own Ms. Zwilling...

Fall Play set to go

Diego Rodela, Correspondent

November 5, 2014

Twilight Los Angeles: 1992 By Anna Deavere Smith is a play about anti-violence and promoting peace. This play is set in Los Angeles after the riots involving Rodney King and the Los Angeles Police and the brutality that was happening...

New Teacher Profile – Mr. Lambert

Leslie Loeza, Staff writer

September 17, 2014

Mr. Lambert is one of the new staff members, this year, at St. Joseph High School. He is a teacher in the Religion department and he currently teaches Religion III and has one Religion I class. I asked Mr. Lambert a few questions...

Homecoming Week is Here!

Homecoming Week is Here!

September 17, 2014

New Teacher Profile – Ms. Zwilling

Lance Anderson, Staff writer

September 16, 2014

Here at St. Joseph we have a lot of new teachers arriving for their first year. Ms. Zwilling is our school’s newest addition to the science department. She is the new sophomore chemistry teacher who has replaced Mr. Savage,...

New Teacher Profile – Ms. Walsh

Kennedy Hayes, Staff writer

September 16, 2014

“What do you want to be when you grow up?’’ is a question every kid has gotten asked throughout life. Some know what they want to be and some have no clue, however this is not case for Tess Walsh. Ms. Walsh discovered she...

New Teacher Profile – Ms. Muchowicz

Lillian Brown, Staff writer

September 16, 2014

Ms. Nicole Muchowicz, a new English teacher and theater director at St. Joseph, is here to make this year an exciting year for the faculty and students. She has the right credentials from two different colleges, one being Columbia...

New Teacher Profile – Ms. Pool

Grace Genova, Staff writer

September 16, 2014

With so many new faces in the crowd at St. Joseph this year, Ms. Katie Pool is looking to make her mark in the halls of the school, as well. After teaching eighth grade, she is new in the English Department this year.   Q: Wh...

Choir hitting all the right notes

Leslie Loeza, Staff Writer

February 12, 2014

            Some of you think to yourselves, “Why is there a gospel choir at a Catholic school?” Well, Mrs. Juanta Griffin, the gospel choir moderator, has an answer. “Some people are not used to this form...

Freaking about Finals? Some truths about exams

Leslie Loeza, Staff Writer

January 22, 2014

Finals are coming soon. Yay, right? For some, it’s not so much. Every high school student has to take finals, so it’s nothing out of the normal. Some students prepare and or worry more than others. Here is some advice from...

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