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If you follow my five tactics, Im sure the ref will be blushing so hard hell be as red as a tomato.

Your guide to getting along with high school referees

George Frano, Staff Writer February 14, 2024

*The following piece is satire. We’ve all been there, playing in a match, be it soccer, basketball, or lacrosse.  The crowd is going crazy, and the ref, well, the ref is making some questionable...

Come out and support the cast of Bye Bye Birdie.

Say hello to Bye Bye Birdie

Reese Williams, Associate Editor February 1, 2024

Stepping back in time to the nostalgic era of the 1950s, where rock and roll ruled the airwaves and teenage hysteria was at its peak, Bye Bye Birdie takes center stage at the Falcon Playhouse as a timeless...

Teachers now have the opportunity to get to know their colleagues teaching styles, allowing them to see differing methods in practice.

Learning Walks program develops teachers across campus

Jackson Pakbaz, Staff Writer January 31, 2024

Saint Stephen’s faculty are good teachers, but they’re becoming even better through Learning Walks. Learning Walks is a new teacher-to-teacher classroom observation program; throughout the day, groups...

The middle school garden is a place for experiential learning, according to Science teacher Mr. Anthony Angelo.

New middle school garden brings real-world learning

Grey Klein, Staff Writer January 24, 2024

Although the purpose of education is to prepare students for their future, schools often overlook teaching the most basic life skills— cooking, managing your money, filing taxes, changing a tire, etc....

Last years International Food Festival was a smashing success, this year expect more food, more cultures, and a lot more fun.

Test your taste buds at Saint Stephen’s International Food Festival

Jackson Pakbaz, Staff Writer January 17, 2024

The Parent’s Association Cultural Awareness and Inclusion Committee is gearing up to host their 2nd annual International Food Festival on Thursday, January 25th, from 3 pm to 4:30 pm, under the Middle...

1st period English 10 Honors class in action writing an ICW.

Classes that slap

George Frano, Staff Writer December 7, 2023

Whether you're a freshman, senior, or faculty member here at Saint Stephen’s, knowing your school and classes is essential. It's important to recognize that all classes have their own unique value that...

Staff Writer Jackson Pakbaz has a formal discussion at dinner with his date, a stuffed zebra

Spice up your Fantasy league with these five hilarious punishments

Jackson Pakbaz, Staff Writer November 29, 2023

The fantasy football season is underway, and the excitement of the playoffs is at an all-time high.  But for many who are part of family and friend leagues, something is missing, and they may not even...

Alumni Spotlight: Emiliano Concha-Toro

Alumni Spotlight: Emiliano Concha-Toro

Laila Yavalar, Staff Writer November 14, 2023

Former Saint Stephen’s student Emiliano Concha-Toro returned to campus this October back in uniform (only, a different type of dress code.) After graduating in 2016, Emiliano went straight to Ranger...

Quit wasting your College Weekends

Quit wasting your College Weekends

Laila Yavalar, Staff Writer November 13, 2023

What's a better way to spend your college weekend than sleeping all day and watching TikTok? The truth is, anything is better than this.  You’d be better off spending the two days allotted to us...

La Catrina is a cultural icon in Mexico and other countries. Pictured are Mrs. Galligan, and Mrs. Oller dressed as La Catrina.

Spanish teachers bringing culture to Halloween costumes

Zachary Stephens, Staff Writer November 8, 2023

This Halloween, Saint Stephen’s saw many a typical American costumes, such as Mario and Luigi, police officers, and pirates. But something was missing… Many of the choices, as is usually the case with...

Halloween was a time of community and love, in recent years, it seems this feeling has dimmed; I say, it is time we go back to its roots.

Halloween is for high schoolers, too

Andrei Black, Associate Editor October 31, 2023

With Halloween upon us, you can feel the spookiness in the air. The leaves are changing colors, the air becoming colder, the movies getting scarier, and the candy starting to pile up. This year at Saint...

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