Why Do Students Hate Chapel?

Why Do Students Hate Chapel?

November 10, 2014 • Tyler Malbreaux, Staff Writer  
Filed under Editorials, Top Stories

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 days”, making it the first time ever that SMP... Read more »

Should an Atheist Run for Congress?

Should an Atheist Run for Congress?

September 17, 2014 • Tyler Malbreaux, Staff Writer  
Filed under Editorials, Top Stories

The ideal Congressman has several attributes that Americans take into consideration when voting during election time. They are usually business savvy people who have exceptional leadership and public speaking skills. They are able to easily influence a crowd of people just by the use of their professional... Read more »

Keep Calm, Stay Active and Practice Clean Eating

Keep Calm, Stay Active and Practice Clean Eating

September 9, 2014 • Veronica Droulia, Co-Editor in Chief  
Filed under Editorials, Top Stories

By living in Louisiana, we get to experience and enjoy all of the amazing Cajun food and the wide variety of fast food restaurants. Although, as summer is coming to a close, it is time for us students to start our healthy eating diets. One important factor to staying in shape is your metabolism. Boosting... Read more »

Should a 9-Year-Old Fire an Uzi?

Should a 9-Year-Old Fire an Uzi?

September 5, 2014 • Tyler Malbreaux, Staff Writer  
Filed under Editorials, Top Stories

The death of a gun range instructor in White Hills, AZ has the nation once again engaged in a fierce debate over gun control. Sadly, as we have seen in the past decade, it takes the death of another person for America to wake up and realize that there is a problem with our gun laws. Even sadder, the... Read more »

Violence Continuing in Ferguson

Violence Continuing in Ferguson

August 26, 2014  
Filed under Editorials, Top Stories

The constant state of unrest in Ferguson, MO has been closely watched by the rest of the country. This case, which is strikingly similar to that of the Trayvon Martin incident, is yet another sign of a civil rights injustice that resulted in the tragic death of an unarmed, black teenager. With protests... Read more »

My Battle with Senioritis

My Battle with Senioritis

March 27, 2014 • Seema Morad, Staff  
Filed under Editorials, Top Stories

I have to admit, senior year was both everything and nothing like how I imagined it would be. I expected the Senioritis. I was prepared to push through the ever-present urge to procrastinate and be lazy, but it hits you so much harder than that. Senioritis is not contracted from having a bad night of... Read more »

Girls, Get To Askin’!

Girls, Get To Askin'!

March 25, 2014 • Anne Landry, Staff Writer  
Filed under Editorials, Top Stories

The Sadie Hawkins Dance is this Friday from 8-10:30. The dance was named after the Li’l Abner comic strip character Sadie Hawkins. In the comic strip, Sadie Hawkins Day was on a day in November when unmarried women of Dogpatch got to chase bachelors and be “married up” with the ones... Read more »

Manners, people!

Manners, people!

February 26, 2014 • Anne Landry, Staff Writer  
Filed under Editorials, Features, Top Stories, Uncategorized

A few weeks ago, I was playing a soccer game and completely tore my ACL, or to be exact, the anterior cruciate ligament. Yes, I know the whole ACL thing sounds fancy. Let me explain — the ACL is a cruciate ligament which is one of the four major ligaments of the knee. The ACL, with the other three... Read more »

The Feminist Movement

The Feminist Movement

February 13, 2014 • Reagan Benit, Staff Writer/Staff Feminist  
Filed under Editorials, Top Stories

Fun facts: 1. The Feminist movement is a real thing. 2. It’s not a scary thing; don’t fear it. 3. It is a necessary movement, even in 2014! I’m really sick of hearing people saying that feminism isn’t important in today’s world and that women have equal rights just like... Read more »

Show Some Love

Show Some Love

February 10, 2014 • Seema Morad, Staff  
Filed under Editorials, Top Stories

Yes, I know. January came and went. We were off from December 21st to January 6th, and we’ve had our spontaneous winter break. All in all, it was a very grueling month, but we have moved onto February and what it is most known for: Valentine’s Day. It is the one day out of 365 is dedicated... Read more »

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