Mascot Mania

All Saints’ Students: Are you interested in a new All Saints’ mascot? Do you love being the All Saints’ Saints? Make your voice count and cast your nomination below. (Nominations from current All Saints’ students only, please.) Nominations will close on Thursday, April 12. Loading…

Can child prodigies keep the spotlight?

Have you ever heard the names Tara Lipinski, John Nunn, Sarah Chang, Joey Alexander, or even Gabby Douglas? All of these people are child prodigies. Every once in a while, we see stories of children accomplishing great success in their lives at such a young age, but then their stories seem to fade. According to…

Are kids today growing up too fast?

Kids are being robbed of their childhood and innocence due to stress, peer pressure and other influences constantly around them, making it seem like they are maturing faster than ever before. One obvious example of kids maturing faster than they used to is their appearance. Young girls are wearing more makeup and dressing more provocatively than…

The SIS Day of Love

Don’t you just love, love? Some people absolutely adore it, others absolutely abhor it, but no matter which side you stand, Valentine’s Day will always be the day of love. The SIS Club was created in order to build relationships between the freshmen and senior girls. These relationships are meant to provide the freshmen girls…

2018 Winter Olympics

The Winter Olympics have given the world chills with their jaw-dropping events and rigorous competition since 1924 in Chamonix, France. Now even more competitive, the 23rd Winter Olympics will be hosted in Pyeongchang, South Korea February 9-25, 2018. There will be thousands of athletes competing from roughly 92 countries in 102 events, such as bobsledding,…

Should College Athletes be Paid?

Most athletes dream of the day when all they see are dollar signs, but is college too soon for that to become a reality? Should college athletes get paid? While I admire the work ethic and commitment college athletes give to their programs, they should not be paid for four main reasons: financial responsibility, academic…

Taking a Knee

Since the beginning of the 2016 National Football League season, the American public has seen the act of kneeling or sitting during the National Anthem. This started as Colin Kaepernick, who was the San Francisco 49’ers quarterback, began to peacefully protest the racial oppression he saw in America. Kaepernick sat down on the bench at…

Land of Smiles Experience

Walking through the jungle with an elephant trotting behind me like my own loving companion, I have never had a more eye-opening experience. Throughout my time in Thailand, I learned many things, but one gift in particular that I gained from my time with the Thai people was the gift of patience and understanding. My…

Donald Trump, DACA, and American Dreamers

Current President, Donald Trump, plans on terminating the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, or DACA. The program, created by former President Barack Obama, was created for illegal immigrants brought into the United States as children by their parents. The program allows the child to live in the United States, attend school, and find employment.…

Hurricane Harvey Hits Home

Harvey’s heavy winds and rainfalls tore through homes and businesses stretching from the Southern part of Texas to the borders of Louisiana. The strong winds ripped houses apart, while waters filled the streets of many neighborhoods, often rising above the front doors of houses. The mayor of Port Arthur, Derrick Freeman, was quoted saying their…