Student Spotlight: Aaron Belaire

Student Spotlight: Aaron Belaire

December 15, 2014 • Tyler Malbreaux, Staff Writer  
Filed under Features, Top Stories

The Boy Scouts of America recently inducted its newest members into the prestigious rank of the Eagle Scout. Out of more than 100 million boy scouts from 1911 to present day, only 2 percent have ever attained the rank of Eagle scout, which is also the highest possible honor a boy scout can receive. About... Read more »

What’s Up with the Peace Club?

What's Up with the Peace Club?

December 12, 2014 • Victoria Barczyk, Co-Editor in Chief  
Filed under Features, News

This year, many new clubs have come onto the scene at the SMP campus. The Chess Club, French National Honor Society, English National Honor Society, and Smiles for Fighters are just a few to name. Recently, sophomores Sydney Bigelow and Anna Breaux decided to form a new club known as the Peace Club. Sydney... Read more »

Student Photographer: Hallie Musso

Student Photographer: Hallie Musso

December 1, 2014 • Hannah Robideaux, Staff Writer  
Filed under A&E, Features, Top Stories

Hallie Musso, a junior at Ascension, is turning out to be a very talented and prolific student photographer. She said that she’s been shooting for about three years, but this is her first time actually taking a class in photography even though she’s been at Ascension for many years. When... Read more »

Ascension Goes Abroad

Ascension Goes Abroad

August 29, 2014 • Harrison John, Staff Writer  
Filed under Features, Top Stories

This summer, Ascensions students, teachers, and parents dusted off their passports and travelled to Germany, Switzerland, and Paris. The trip would start in Munich Germany where we would spend several days exploring the different culture. The first day we arrived was rough; everyone had not been able... 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 »

January Student of the Month: Hannah Savell

January Student of the Month: Hannah Savell

February 10, 2014 • Veronica Droulia, Staff Writer  
Filed under Features, Top Stories

The Student of the Month for the month of January is Junior Hannah Savell. Hannah is new to our campus this year, along with her brother Miles. Hannah was nominated because she helps her classmates with their schoolwork. “I feel great about winning student of the month, knowing I was nominated... Read more »

November and December Students of the Month: Reece McDaniel and Grace Hill

November and December Students of the Month: Reece McDaniel and Grace Hill

January 31, 2014  
Filed under Features, Top Stories

As most of you should know, Ascension recently brought back the tradition of electing a students of the month, sponsored by the Acts of Random Kindness Club. The student of the month title recognizes a student who exudes our school motto, GGTKB. GGTKB stands for gentle, generous, truthful, kind, and... Read more »

ARK Student of the Month: Hannah Short

ARK Student of the Month: Hannah Short

November 8, 2013 • Amanda Rabalais, Editor in Chief  
Filed under Features, Top Stories

Random kindness is a good thing. This concept is a founding principle of Ascension’s Acts of Random Kindness Club, a group that promotes good deeds and the people who do them. One important part of the club is nominating and choosing one student for the title of Student of the Month. After several... Read more »

Breaking News: Teachers Have Lives!

Breaking News: Teachers Have Lives!

September 16, 2013 • Anne Landry, Staff Writer  
Filed under Features, Top Stories

It may come as a shock and will be contrary to popular belief but, teachers actually leave school. They don’t live here. That may be hard to take in. Students sometimes seem to think of teachers as staying at school forever, never leaving. One can guess the situation of seeing a teacher out of... Read more »

“You must be Jamaican, because Jamaican me crazy”

"You must be Jamaican, because Jamaican me crazy"

September 9, 2013 • Veronica Droulia, Staff Writer  
Filed under Features, Top Stories

Some people think that pick-up lines are foolish and moronic, while others use them regularly to engage a conversation with a person they’re interested in. Everyone hears the classic, cheesy pick up-lines all the time. For instance, “Are you from Tennessee? [No, why?] Because you’re... Read more »

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