Chapel Talk--An Open Response to Tyler Malbreaux

Chapel Talk–An Open Response to Tyler Malbreaux

Seventeen years ago, I was in the same position that every Ascension student is currently in. It was the beginning of the 1997-1998 academic year and my mother had enrolled me as a 7th grade student at Saint Peter’s Episcopal Day School, opened... READ MORE »»

Historic Football Season Could Lead to Playoff Wins

Historic Football Season Could Lead to Playoff Wins

The year 2014 AES football season is the best in our school’s history. No other football team any other year has been this successful. The Gators finished with a regular season record of seven wins and three loses. The three loses were... READ MORE »»

Why Do Students Hate Chapel?

Why Do Students Hate Chapel?

Over the past year, a lot has changed at Ascension. At the beginning of the 2013 fall semester, we witnessed the first home game to be held at our own stadium. Less than six months later, school was closed for nearly a week because of the “snow... READ MORE »»

1st Place Halloween Short Story Contest "The Red Tile Room" by Tyler Malbreaux

1st Place Halloween Short Story Contest “The Red Tile Room” by Tyler Malbreaux

The sedative effects of the Nembutal tablets were all but instant. In fact, they had begun to lose their potency after she was 2 weeks into her treatment regimen. Nearly three months had past since then. Restless nights were now a recurring... READ MORE »»

2nd Place Halloween Short Story Contest "Aoife and the Seal People" by Bennett Anderson

2nd Place Halloween Short Story Contest “Aoife and the Seal People” by Bennett Anderson

Listen to me, and I shall tell you the story of my legacy as my mother told it to me, as her mother told it to her, and on and on, as far back as our memories reach. And the memories of my people reach far past those of yours, back to the... READ MORE »»