• Ascension Mission Trip

    Ascension Mission Trip

    Caroline Ardoin, Staff Writer

    September 22, 2016

    When the recent flood hit our community, many of the Ascension students and faculty helped our families and friends recover. The event reminded me that many people across the world need help...and not just after unexpected events like the flood, but all of the time. If you feel good about help... READ MORE »»

  • Youngsville Expanding

    Youngsville Expanding

    Maddie Blackstone, Staff Writer

    September 15, 2016

    The city of Youngsville, especially the Sugar Mill Pond neighborhood, is constantly expanding and making improvements. It started off as sugar cane and cattle farms and now there are tons of houses, restaurants, and shops popping up every where. Youngsville is now known as the happiest place to live,... READ MORE »»

    Photo courtesy of Sugar Mill Pond Facebook

  • Senior Spotlight: Kirsten Landry

    Senior Spotlight: Kirsten Landry

    Bryn Daneshfar, Staff Writer

    September 15, 2016

    Kirsten Landry has had a stellar career starring as a member of the cross country team. Landry is a senior this year at Ascension and is well known for her great success as a runner as well as her position as community service prefect. Her interest in running began when she started training for ... READ MORE »»

  • New Faces at Ascension

    New Faces at Ascension

    Sidney Ortego, Staff Writer

    September 15, 2016

    Ascension has 12 new teachers this year! That's a lot of new faces -- for them and for us. The Authored Ascension thought we would make it a little easier on the students, here is a list of (and a few facts about) all the new teachers: Mr. Anderson- Teaches math and wears really cool ties! Ms. Delhomme- Teaches AP English and 10th grade English. She enjoys singin... READ MORE »»

  • More Than Just Houses

    More Than Just Houses

    Anna Moncla, Staff Writer

    September 9, 2016

    As you know, most people in our community, including myself, were affected by the flood. When you just read our community you were thinking of people's houses, correct? Well that is not the only thing that has been affected. Blood banks have been affected as well. Places such as The Blood Center was... READ MORE »»

    Blood donation/Silhouettes of hands one giving blood drop, the other receiving

Youngsville Expanding

Youngsville Expanding

Maddie Blackstone, Staff Writer

The city of Youngsville, especially the Sugar Mill Pond neighborhood, is constantly expanding and making improvements. It started off...  Read More »

Sep 15

More Than Just Houses

More Than Just Houses

Anna Moncla, Staff Writer

As you know, most people in our community, including myself, were affected by the flood. When you just read our community you were...  Read More »

Sep 9

The Thousand Year Flood

The Thousand Year Flood

Elizabeth Lee, Editor

As we all know, South Louisiana just recently endured what some would call a "thousand year flood". With unexpected rain beginning...  Read More »

Aug 25

Games of Acadiana

Games of Acadiana

Anna-Cayton Womble, Staff Writer

On August 25, 2001, the first Games of Acadiana was held at the Cajundome. The Games of Acadiana was created by the friends and family...  Read More »

Mar 1

Atlas

Atlas

Hannah Robideaux, Staff Writer

On Friday, March 27th, a bird (later named Atlas) flew into one of the windows of the SMP music room. Some of the students from...  Read More »

Apr 23

Blondes vs. Brunettes Flag Football Game: Help Fight The Alzheimer’s Disease

Blondes vs. Brunettes Flag Football Game: Help Fight The Alzheimer’s Disease

Veronica Droulia, Co-editor in Chief

On Saturday, March 14, 2015, the Alzheimer's Association is hosting the Blondes vs. Brunettes flag football game at the SMP gym. The...  Read More »

Mar 2

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Mardi Gras 2k16

Elayna Diaz, Staff Writer

Leave it to Louisiana to give kids statewide a week off of school, dedicated solely to parades, partying, and other traditional Mardi Gras festivities. One thing that people...  Read More »

March 8, 2016

Sadie Hawkin’s Contest

February 18, 2016

So in case anyone forgot, remember these important tips for asking a guy to Sadie's: Step 1: Find the Target- "You can’t just jump into t...  Read More »

Fairytales Really Need To Be Updated- Shrek the Musical!

November 18, 2015

The 7th grade musical is one of the great traditions of Ascension. In the past, the 7th grade students have put on wonderful shows such as Guys and Dolls, High School Musical, Seussical, and My Son Pinocchio. And th...  Read More »

2nd Place-Halloween Story Contest: “The Tunnel to Hell” by Cate Stevens

November 5, 2015

In 1985, the Hudson family was having their annual picnic in the woods on Mount Apollyon along the trail. Children were laughing while playing...  Read More »

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Ascension Mission Trip

Caroline Ardoin, Staff Writer

When the recent flood hit our community, many of the Ascension students and faculty helped our families and friends recover. The event reminded me that many peo...  Read More »

September 22, 2016

New Faces at Ascension

September 15, 2016

Ascension has 12 new teachers this year! That's a lot of new faces -- for them and for us. The Authored Ascension thought we would make it ...  Read More »

Zack and Isabel — Relationship Goals

March 3, 2016

High school relationships can be hard no matter what. We took a look into our longest lasting couple here at Ascension Episcopal School — Zack...  Read More »

AAA: Help Starving Kids

December 11, 2015

As many of you know, we have a limited amount of time for lunch. It has come to my attention that most of the seniors are upset because one of...  Read More »

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