• Lent: What did you give up?

    Lent: What did you give up?

    Trevor Treinen, Staff Writer

    March 27, 2015

    Don’t you love having to give something up for Lent? Lent is defined as a solemn religious practice in the liturgical calendar year. The Lent season begins on Ash Wednesday, lasts six weeks and ends on Easter Sunday. The purpose of Lent is to prepare the soul for heaven through prayer, penance, repentance,... READ MORE »»

  • Hotspots Are A Hot Topic

    Hotspots Are A Hot Topic

    Ransome Alexander, Staff Writer

    March 27, 2015

    With the rise of technology-use at many high schools and universities comes the demand for quicker WiFi speeds. Servite students use laptops as well as iPads on campus. To maximize their usefulness both require internet connections. Access to the internet is becoming more and more imperative for allowing... READ MORE »»

  • Servite Paints Tribute to the Holocaust

    Servite Paints Tribute to the Holocaust

    Anthony Pinel, Staff Writer

    March 25, 2015

     The Holocaust changed the course of History. During World War II, more than 5 million Jews perished under the rule of one leader, Adolf Hitler. This tragic era is remembered for its brutal and relentless bloodshed. But, along with the liberation of the Jews on September 2, 1945, came... READ MORE »»

  • Smashing New Club

    Smashing New Club

    Anthony Braun, Assistant Editor

    March 25, 2015

    “The new Servite Smash Bros Club fosters the making of friendships and memories while playing the aggressive, fierce game,” said Ryan Sie This October, Ryan Sie, Class of 2017, founded the Servite Smash Bros Club at Servite. "Super Smash Bros has always been one of my favorite childhood games,... READ MORE »»

  • The Good, The Bad, The Finished

    The Good, The Bad, The Finished

    Nicholas Gee , Yearbook Editor/Staff Writer

    March 25, 2015

    Journalism/Yearbook Class is where writers and photographers turn memories into something tangible. Pep rallies, football games, class projects, club activities, dances - all of these events, when combined, create the overall high school experience. Students don’t usually consider them much while... READ MORE »»

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Student Life

Lent: What did you give up?

Lent: What did you give up?

Trevor Treinen, Staff Writer

Don’t you love having to give something up for Lent? Lent is defined as a solemn religious practice in the liturgical calendar year. The Lent season begins on Ash Wednesday,...  Read More »

March 27, 2015

Sports

March Madness: Preview

March Madness: Preview

Attention basketball fans and fiends, March Madness is finally here! This year’s College Basketball Playoffs includes four separate regions of 16 teams. Why is this tournament...  Read More »

March 19, 2015

A&E

Servite Paints Tribute to the Holocaust

Servite Paints Tribute to the Holocaust

 The Holocaust changed the course of History. During World War II, more than 5 million Jews perished under the rule of one leader, Adolf Hitler. This tragic...  Read More »

News

Academic Decathlon Takes the Gold in Annual Competition

Academic Decathlon Takes the Gold in Annual Competition

With a well-renowned reputation in sports, it may come to many as a surprise when they find out that Servite also has an award-winning Academic Decathlon Team. Last month,...  Read More »

Feature Article

The Good, The Bad, The Finished

The Good, The Bad, The Finished

Journalism/Yearbook Class is where writers and photographers turn memories into something tangible. Pep rallies, football games, class projects, club activities, dances...  Read More »

He Says/She Says

Ideal Date vs. Disaster Date

Ideal Date vs. Disaster Date

He Says/She Says #2 Servite asks Rosary: What's your ideal date? Rosary says: Whether it be your first date or a couple dates in, the...  Read More »

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