The Spokesman

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. ...

Soccer ballin’

Soccer ballin’

Brandon Tejeras, Outreach Editor

March 13, 2018


Filed under Latest Stories, Servite News, Sports

n case you haven’t heard, Servite soccer performed extraordinarily well this season. A combination of excellent coaching staff and students who put in 100% of their effort has made the 2017-2018 soccer season one for the record books. Clinching their 5th Trinity League title, Servite soccer continu...

The Evolution of the Servite Dress Code

The Evolution of the Servite Dress Code

Eamon Morris, Managing Editor

February 13, 2018


Filed under Latest Stories, Servite News

By now, every Servite student has heard the news: Servite High School will be switching to a streamlined dress code beginning in the Fall of the 2018 school year. According to a letter to parents, the administration made the decision because they “...believe that a unified image of our student body will ...

Buzz Over Black Panther is Brewing

Buzz Over Black Panther is Brewing

Brandon Tejeras, Outreach Editor

February 13, 2018


Filed under Culture, Latest Stories

There's still way too much time until Avengers: Infinity War. I understand that it opens this May, but that’s an eternity in a Marvel superfan’s eyes. As we eagerly await the celestial showdown between the forces of good and evil, one movie will give us some semblance of satisfaction. That movie is B...

A Culture of Health

A Culture of Health

Brandon Tejeras, Outreach Editor

January 26, 2018


Filed under Latest Stories, Sports

The physical aspect of molding Servite students has always been central to the success of Servite’s formation and life preparation program, and this aspect is being grown and expanded upon through the work of teachers like Mrs. Ochoa, Coach Gilbert, and others.   Health is undoubtedly essential to the appro...

The Servite Spokesman vs. The Royal Reporter

The Servite Spokesman vs. The Royal Reporter

Joseph Beaird, Communications Editor

January 26, 2018


Filed under Latest Stories, Servite News

The Spokesman is an organized, student-run newspaper that often flies under the radar of many students. Our staff this year consists of three students and Mrs. Shirley. As ragtag as our staff may be, we create a newspaper allowing us to be as creative and active as possible, all while writing for the yearb...

Making Music

Making Music

Joseph Beaird, Communications Editor

January 26, 2018


Filed under Latest Stories, Servite News, Student Life

When trying to describe what makes Servite unique, anyone will quickly point to our strong brotherhood throughout the entire community. Sports, Clubs, Priory, all promote what Servite stands for. But Servite’s Choir program portrays brotherhood in its purest form. During her fourth year as the head of the Ch...

With scandals plaguing the American system, global crises are being ignored

With scandals plaguing the American system, global crises are being ignored

Eamon Morris, Managing Editor

December 15, 2017


Filed under Latest Stories, Opinions, U.S. and World News, Uncategorized

Every morning I go through a similar routine. I stumble out of bed, stagger to my desk, and open my laptop to check the news. And every morning, I see similar stories. It seems that every morning, there’s a new scandal. Another victim of Roy Moore comes forward. Another Hollywood executive is fired fo...

It’s not just you; Senioritis is happening to all of us

It’s not just you; Senioritis is happening to all of us

Brandon Tejeras, Outreach Editor

December 15, 2017


Filed under Latest Stories, Student Life

Yes, senioritis is a real condition, not just a tale told by outgoing high school students. And yes, it can be a huge issue in every possible way. It is often characterized by a nose-dive in your attendance record and overall motivation. According to Urban Dictionary, a source that comes highly reco...

Their Story: A Look at the New Faces of the History Department

Their Story: A Look at the New Faces of the History Department

Brandon Tejeras, Outreach Editor

November 14, 2017


Filed under Latest Stories, Servite News

The world has become a far more complex place than it was when Servite opened its doors 60 years ago. They have seen a man land on the moon, the death of the most prominent civil rights leader of all time, the fall of the wall that divided a nation and relative world peace during the following years. The...

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