The Spokesman

Welcome, Class of 2022!

Welcome, Class of 2022!

Ryan Bass, Mason Reese, and Justin Nodarse

September 14, 2018


Filed under Latest Stories, Servite News, Student Life

“We are the Freshman of Servite. We are good; We will be great.” This year Servite High welcomed 211 Freshman. We have a range of Freshmen coming to Servite from Downey to Anaheim. They view Servite as such a great opportunity that they are willing to travel from all over Southern California to g...

The Reel Friar

The Reel Friar

Jasper Hammer and Alex Salonga

September 10, 2018


Filed under Humor, Latest Stories, Opinions, Student Life, The Reel Friar

  Jasper: Hey! I’m Jasper. Alex: And I’m Alex. Jasper: And this is Real Friar with this month’s movie, Turbo Kid. Alex: Now for a quick synopsis from a computer. Alexa: [Loading sounds]  Synopsis of Turbo Kid - In a post-apocalyptic wasteland, an orphaned teen (Munro Chamber...

Servite Says Goodbye to Torrey Krebs

Servite Says Goodbye to Torrey Krebs

Newspaper Advisor

August 28, 2018


Filed under Latest Stories, Servite News

On Monday afternoon, St. Bonaventure's Church in Huntington Beach was filled with love, music, and the Men of Servite as hundreds of students and members of the staff joined the Krebs Family in saying goodbye to their mother, Janet Torrey Krebs. Mrs. Krebs' Celebration of Life Mass was celebrated by...

Yes, your thoughts and prayers are meaningful. But as Christians, you’re called to do more.

Yes, your thoughts and prayers are meaningful. But as Christians, you’re called to do more.

Eamon Morris, Managing Editor

March 26, 2018


Filed under Latest Stories, Opinions

“Blessed are the peacemakers: for they shall be called children of God.”  These are the words spoken by Jesus in Matthew Chapter 5, Verse 9. In his short life, Jesus was a peacemaker in every aspect of the term. He prayed often, but he wasn’t afraid to get his hands dirty and campaign for change w...

What did you miss at the Oscars? Well, a lot.

What did you miss at the Oscars? Well, a lot.

Brandon Tejeras, Outreach Editor

March 26, 2018


Filed under Culture, Latest Stories

  The Oscars have come and gone, with many memorable and astounding moments worth looking at. From solidarity in protest to quirky and humorous reflections on past awards ceremonies, the 90th Oscars will go down as one of the most notable in Hollywood’s history.   The 89th Oscars, in c...

The Excellence in Leadership Dinner: A Night of Legends

The Excellence in Leadership Dinner: A Night of Legends

Joseph Beaird, Communications Editor

March 26, 2018


Filed under Latest Stories, Servite News

For the 8th year in a row, Servite put on the Excellence in Leadership Dinner, an event full of inspirational speakers and valuable contributors to Servite’s legacy. Each year, Servite is blessed with talented and uplifting leaders. The year of Servite’s 60th anniversary was no different. On February 2...

The Bizarre World of Streetwear

The Bizarre World of Streetwear

March 13, 2018


Filed under Culture, Latest Stories, Student Life

It was the morning of February 22nd. Bright and early at six in the morning, Servite Senior Alex Rodriguez woke up and rolled out of bed. He quickly crossed to his desk and opened his laptop. Rodriguez didn’t wake up at that ungodly hour to finish a school project though. He woke up to buy clothes from...

Music and Mania: One Wild Night at The Imperial Ball

Music and Mania: One Wild Night at The Imperial Ball

Joseph Beaird, Communications Editor

March 13, 2018


Filed under Culture, Latest Stories, Servite News

The fifth Imperial Ball at Servite was held January 27th in the Servite Theatre. It was a rock concert like no other with a parade of legendary rock musicians performing timeless music that still stands out decades after being created. Attending the concert was like getting a glimpse into rock n’ roll h...

Track and Field: It’s Not Your Average Sport

Track and Field: It’s Not Your Average Sport

Brandon Tejeras, Outreach Editor

March 13, 2018


Filed under Creative Writing, Latest Stories, Sports

The bus rattled and screeched as it ran over and into potholes and breaks on the crowded highway. Runners, throwers, pole vaulters, and hurdlers alike all crammed and scrunched into narrow leathery seats, quietly gazing out the windows with music blaring into ear canals. This was the Los Alamitos t...

Lights, Camera, Action!

Lights, Camera, Action!

Eamon Morris, Managing Editor

March 13, 2018


Filed under Culture, Latest Stories

While the proud students of Servite can choose to get involved in theatre and film  through extracurriculars, Servite also offers for-credit classes in both areas. Jeanne Nellesen, director and producer of Junior Thespian Productions for 25 years now, teaches the Fundamentals of Theatre class at Servite. ...

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