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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

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...

The Life of a Friar

The Life of a Friar

Anthony Braun, Assistant Editor

April 21, 2015

The worst fear of any child is to move away from home, but moving to a whole new state and starting a brand new life is even scarier. Matthew Beaird is a senior at Servite High School but was born in Portland, Oregon. In 2011, his dad, Steve Beaird, got a job at Servite as the VP of Advancement which...

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,...

Academic Decathlon Takes the Gold in Annual Competition

Academic Decathlon Takes the Gold in Annual Competition

Ryan Hartnett, Editor In Chief

March 24, 2015

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, the Servite Friars Academic Decathlon team took first place overall in the second division of the Orange County Academic Decathlon...

Questioning of the iPad Program

February 17, 2015

With the Class of 2016 came the first freshman at Servite High School to incorporate the iPads into their curriculum. The overall attitude and excitement was high when iPads were first introduced to the incoming class of 2016. The general belief was that more technology would be involved in the Servite...

Library Renovations Update

Library Renovations Update

Joe Ferraro, Staff Writer

January 13, 2015

For the first time since 1998, Servite has the beginnings of a new school library. Many students have been asking: What has taken so long? What will be different in the new library? When will it open? In response to your questions, The Spokeman interviewed Mr. Stephen Walswick. “There will be a ‘s...

World Hunger

World Hunger

Trevor Treinen, Staff Writer

January 11, 2015

In today’s society 800 million people are hungry or malnourished and a large percentage of them are children. The number of people who are hungry has reached the highest point since 1990 when it spiked at 1 billion. Hunger, caused mostly by poverty, leads to a cycle of negative events in a person’s...

Trends Watch with Coach Kause

Trends Watch with Coach Kause

Trevor Treinen, Staff Writer

January 11, 2015

There are a lot of fashion trends on campus.I had the honor to interview Coach Kause to see how he feels about them. Coach Kause feels that if you look good, you feel good. We started off discussing some of the trends he felt need to go. As far as hair, Kause thinks we should get get rid of the Macklemore...

Anti-Slavery: Today’s Fight for Tomorrow’s Freedom

Anti-Slavery: Today’s Fight for Tomorrow’s Freedom

Seamus Fallon, Guest Writer

December 16, 2014

Some of you might think that slavery does not exist anymore, that slavery is an old practice that has been finished.  Unfortunately, this is not the case.  Researchers have estimated that approximately 21 to 36 million people are currently enslaved as of 2014.  Slavery is present all over the wor...

Nick Capedvilla

Nick Capedvilla

Anthony Braun, Assistant Editor

December 7, 2014

During his first three years at Servite High School, he was a behind-the-scenes kind of guy. Today, Nick Capedvilla is the lead anchor for Servite TV. Thanks to his great sense of humor, he has become the most recognized person on campus. Nick created a new segment on Servite TV called “That One...

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