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St. George’s Swim Dives Into a New Season

St. George’s Swim Dives Into a New Season

Shaun Burgess, Reporter

December 11, 2019

Young but qualified, the St. George’s swim team’s new head coach Katie Kelsoe takes over to drive the team higher.  “I swam for 16 years so it’s kind of weird not swimming for the first time ever, um, it’s pretty easy though since I swam for sixteen years and I’m fresh out of swimming to ...

St. George’s Basketball Starts on a Fast Break

St. George’s Basketball Starts on a Fast Break

Erin O'Connell, Reporter

December 6, 2019

It was a cold November night at St. George’s, but inside the Slatery Gym, tensions were heated.  It was the boys basketball team’s first game, and their chance to make a statement and start their season off with a win. The team had been practicing for weeks in preparation for their upcoming s...

Taking a Chance on Pottery

Taking a Chance on Pottery

Madeline Sisk, Reporter

December 5, 2019

Often the best of experiences happen purely by chance, which is what happened with pottery for senior Khai Willis. Willis entered into the world of pottery after transferring to St. George's late in the 2018-2019 school year. Former art teacher Gwen English believed her to be a good fit and placed her...

Last Man Standing

Last Man Standing

Shaun Burgess, Reporter

December 4, 2019

The wrestling program at St. George’s may be small but it is mighty, with only one high school athlete, Josh Taube, who is led by head coach Eddie Martin.  Wrestling is nearly impossible to practice alone, so not having anyone other than Josh on the team can make practicing complicated. “We hav...

Coffee House 2019

Coffee House 2019

Madeline Sisk, Reporter

December 4, 2019

It is Our Turn

It is Our Turn

Cary Robbins, Editor of Feature Stories

November 29, 2019

“[The guards would say,] ‘If you don’t stop that singing, we’re gonna take your mattress away from you.’ So they opened the door, we threw our mattresses out in the hallway,” freedom rider Dr. Ernest Rip Patton said.  This is just one of the many examples of the bad conditions freedom riders ...

The Case for Sex Education

The Case for Sex Education

Miles Masters, Editor

November 25, 2019

Everybody remembers the scene in “Mean Girls” when the lazy Coach Carr delivers his sum total of sex education: “Don’t have sex, because you will get pregnant and die!” While the depiction of sex ed in movies and TV is laughable, having nothing at all may be even more so. Last year, St. George’s...

Painting Together

Painting Together

Snowden Farnsworth, Co-Editor-in-Chief

November 20, 2019

The St. George’s walls were lined with professional artwork for the annual art show on Nov. 9, and as patrons strolled through the hallways, they passed student artists collaborating on large paintings in real time.  Sophomore Caroline Higley was one of the student artists that participated in ...

Living Life Online

Living Life Online

Cary Robbins and Aiden Curran

November 20, 2019

"I was kind of slacking off in my classwork,” senior Silas Rhodes said. “I mean obviously Snapchat was something like two hours a day, but Instagram, when I got that, I spent like three hours or so. It was just ridiculous.” Rhodes is not the only teenager who felt that the introduction to social...

St. George’s Art Show 2019

St. George’s Art Show 2019

Aiden Curran, Reporter

November 19, 2019

A short review of this year's St. George's Art Show.

Showcasing Students at the Art Show

Showcasing Students at the Art Show

Jacob Gettig, Editor

November 14, 2019

The school is bustling with life even though it’s a Saturday. The American Music Ensemble plays a song, the theatre performs a segment of their play, poems are read. It is the final day of the annual art show. The art show has been a recurring event for years, and it has always served as a way to...