• The World Trade Center

    The World Trade Center

    Nicholas Gee, Staff Writer/Yearbook Editor

    November 11, 2014

    After 13 years of rebuilding, the World Trade Center has finally been resurrected. We all remember that fateful day when terrorists attacked the Twin Towers on 9/11/2011, killing more than 2,700 innocent people. It brought tears to many and disrupted our entire nation. The re-opening marks a big milestone... READ MORE »»

    Picture by Time.com

  • Fitbit: The Exercise Watch

    Fitbit: The Exercise Watch

    Ransome Alexander, Staff Writer

    November 3, 2014

    Fitbit is an exercise watch company that is getting increasingly popular. They recently unveiled three new watches to their lineup that will function as heart-rate monitors, running tools, and ordinary watches. All three new watches come in different sizes with functions that will suit your needs. The... READ MORE »»

    Fitbit watches.

  • Navy Weaponry

    Navy Weaponry

    Nicholas Gee, Staff Writer/Yearbook Editor

    October 28, 2014

    The Navy has started to make even more high tech weapons than before. Some new weapons seem more like something one would read in science fiction. But they really are being made. “It is really becoming real,” said Chief of Naval Research Rear Admiral, Matthew Klunder. Klunder also said that he... READ MORE »»

    US Navy, John F. Williams

  • Servite Basketball and Asylum Kickoff

    Servite Basketball and Asylum Kickoff

    Joe Ferraro, Staff Writer

    October 27, 2014

    Although Servite plays in one the toughest leagues in the nation known as, the Trinity League, we hope to fight for a respectable spot among tough competitors like Mater Dei, St. John Bosco, Orange Lutheran, Santa Margarita, and JSerra. Most Trinity League  teams have been ranked in the top 25 of the... READ MORE »»

  • A Great Tribute to America

    A Great Tribute to America

    Anthony Braun, Staff Writer

    October 24, 2014

    Servite and Mater Dei have one of the most intense high school sports rivalries in the country. It was at this last game on Friday, October 17, 2014, that we were asked to present the world’s largest American flag during the national anthem. The flag was five hundred five feet by two hundred twenty... READ MORE »»

    Courtesy of Mr. Mangiaracina

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Feature Article

The World Trade Center

The World Trade Center

Nicholas Gee, Staff Writer/Yearbook Editor

After 13 years of rebuilding, the World Trade Center has finally been resurrected. We all remember that fateful day when terrorists attacked the Twin Towers on 9/11/2011,...  Read More »

November 11, 2014

Student Life

Her Servants Kitchen

Her Servants Kitchen

Trevor Treinen, Staff Writer

During my freshman year, I experienced a transition from childhood to adulthood, while participating in community service. At Servite, we are...  Read More »

November 4, 2014