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One album that crystalizes a season into a collection of tracks is Eat a Peach by the Allman Brothers Band.

[Photo] Season Soundtracks

By Camille Gipson, Staff Writer
May 15, 2024

One album that crystalizes a season into a collection of tracks is Eat a Peach by the Allman Brothers Band.

The Cheeseheads, as they are known, were a group of superfans who attended every varsity boys lacrosse game, both home and away, to cheer on the team.

[Photo] The Most Avid and Cheesy Fans On Campus

By Beck Janki, Editor
May 15, 2024

The Cheeseheads, as they are known, were a group of superfans who attended every varsity boys lacrosse game, both home and away, to cheer on the team.

Members of the Gardening class harvest the last few carrots from the fall planting. Soon, the spring planting will take place and the cycle will begin anew.

[Photo] Spring Has Finally Sprung!

By Ella Weber, Staff Writer
May 15, 2024

Members of the Gardening class harvest the last few carrots from the fall planting. Soon, the spring planting will take place and the cycle will begin anew.

Students gather to capture the great time they had at Camp Hidden Lake during the Genesis retreat.

[Photo] Genesis Retreat Roundup

By Ryan Hewitt, Staff Writer
Mar 2, 2024

Students gather to capture the great time they had at Camp Hidden Lake during the Genesis retreat.

Mouse of Traps, only one of the many garage rock bands that sprang up across America in the wake of the British invasion, performs in Dallas, Texas.

[Photo] “Yeah! Yeah! Yeah!”

By Emma Schramm, Staff Writer
Mar 20, 2024

Mouse of Traps, only one of the many garage rock bands that sprang up across America in the wake of the British invasion, performs in Dallas, Texas.

In the true spirit of track and field, Cosette Lane propels herself to her next personal best.

[Photo] Off To The Races With Track & Field

By Ryan Hewitt, Staff Writer
Mar 1, 2024

In the true spirit of track and field, Cosette Lane propels herself to her next personal best.

A number of sophomores will soon become confirmed at the Cathedral of Christ the King.

[Photo] Tenth Graders Set To Be Confirmed

By John Elrod, Staff Writer
Mar 26, 2024

A number of sophomores will soon become confirmed at the Cathedral of Christ the King.

One wonderful part of the Nazareth Retreat was forming up into small groups that started out as teams and gradually became friends.

[Photo] The Nature of Nazereth

By Nic Lancelotta, Staff Writer
Mar 25, 2024

One wonderful part of the Nazareth Retreat was forming up into small groups that started out as teams and gradually became friends.

As part of the Catholic Heart Work Camp, students help renovate a home  during the summer of 2023.

[Photo] Students Study and Serve, All At the Same Time!

By Clara Laskowski, Staff Writer
Mar 18, 2024

Students help lead a combined squad event hosted by Special K’s Cheer.

William Mastella and Kaitlyn Escayg prepare for the upcoming Carrollton tournament, which took place in November 2023.

[Photo] Speech & Debate Wins State — Once Again

By Reese Sullivan, Staff Writer
Apr 4, 2024

William Mastella and Kaitlyn Escayg prepare for the upcoming Carrollton tournament, which took place in November 2023.

One Centro Hispano Marista family gathers around a recent graduate for a photo.

[Photo] Meet Centro Hispano Marista

By Reese Sullivan, Staff Writer
Apr 4, 2024

One Centro Hispano Marista family gathers around a recent graduate for a photo.

Hispanic Heritage Month began as a commemorative week when it was first introduced in 1968. California Congressman George E. Brown was instrumental in its adoption.

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Hispanic Heritage Month began as a commemorative week when it was first introduced in 1968. California Congressman George E. Brown was instrumental in its adoption.

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