Michaelmas Reflections

Luke Lamond, Class of 2019 The Feast of Saint Michael, more commonly known as Michaelmas, is a rarely-observed Christian tradition stemming from the Legend of St. Michael—in the War between Heaven and Hell, he was the one to deal the deathblow to Satan. Michaelmas is on the 29th […]

A Chronological Reversion

Solomon Bennett, Class of 2018 Students’ faces were downcast with frustration, and many began to worry about getting to work or extracurricular activities on time, waiting to be picked up by parents, or making the bus—it was the spring of 2017, and students had just learned that the […]

Soccer Season Kicks Off

Solomon Bennett, Class of 2018 A whistle blows. Deep breaths are drawn, and feet shuffle in anticipation. A soft, fleeting silence envelops the field. The opening pass is kicked, and the game explodes with sudden energy, players rushing to attack the ball or falling back to defend the […]