The Hardest Things in (High School) Life

The Hardest Things in (High School) Life

April 24, 2015 • Kenzi Doss  
Filed under Editorials, Top Stories

High school can be the best four years of your life, or they can be the worst four years. Some people seem to “peak” during these four years, and some choose to remain oblivious to the seemingly “normal” routine of your average high schooler. Regardless of which crowd you choose... Read more »

10 Things I Wish I Would’ve Known Before My Senior Year

10 Things I Wish I Would've Known Before My Senior Year

April 22, 2015 • Veronica Droulia, Co-editor in Chief  
Filed under Editorials, Top Stories

What’s that? Wait, what? I’m graduating in less than a month from now? Graduation. That’s a scary word. In less than 30 days from now, the senior class will all be walking across the stage to receive our diplomas, and from that very moment…released into the real world. For years,... Read more »

Is Ascension Getting TOO Big?

Is Ascension Getting TOO Big?

April 22, 2015 • Leighton Lazaro and Tyler Malbreaux, Staff Writers  
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For all you poor souls (you’ll get the joke later) clawing your way out of the concrete walled prison that is Ascension, Leighton is the fancy font, and Tyler is the boring font. It was a lovely day when my bff Tyler and I were walking through the parking lot… just kidding! It was actually... Read more »

Why Chapel Time Is Wasted Time

Why Chapel Time Is Wasted Time

March 3, 2015 • Kenzi Doss, Staff Writer  
Filed under Editorials, Top Stories

At 10:18 A.M. every school day, the Ascension Episcopal students and teachers make their way down to the gym to come together as a school body and have chapel. At 10:45 we are dismissed and, as a popular claim around school, rushed to get to our next class. I am not here to criticize the length of our... Read more »

The Do’s and Don’ts of Preparing for Exams

The Do's and Don'ts of Preparing for Exams

December 9, 2014 • Hannah Robideaux, Staff Writer  
Filed under Editorials, Top Stories

With midterms just around the corner, everyone is surely stressing about those big tests. And if you aren’t, you either really know what you’re doing, or you really don’t. So I’ve talked to a few experienced students and teachers for the things that work and the things that don’t... Read more »

10 Reasons Why I Love Christmas

10 Reasons Why I Love Christmas

December 9, 2014 • Veronica Droulia, Co-editor in Chief  
Filed under Editorials, Top Stories

Now that Thanksgiving break has come to a close, it is time to prepare for Christmas! I always love getting in the holiday spirit, transitioning into winter, and spending time with my friends and family. Here are my 10 reasons why I love Christmas: 1. The food There’s a reason everyone is put into... Read more »

My Personal Experience: Volleyball State Finals

My Personal Experience: Volleyball State Finals

December 1, 2014 • Veronica Droulia, Co-Editor in Chief  
Filed under Editorials, Top Stories

This past fall sports season is one for the books for Ascension athletics. First, the swimming team placed 5th (with girls and boys combined) at the state championships in Sulphur, Louisiana, along with many individual awards. For instance, Victoria Barczyk claimed her fourth consecutive state champion... Read more »

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 »

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