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Senior Season

Senior year is notorious for going hand in hand with a whole lot of lasts: goodbyes from close friends, “see you laters” to the favorite administrators, and preparing to close this chapter of our young adult lives only to partake on the next big journey. Although there are far more lasts than firsts, the seniors […]
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Hour By Hour: Crazy 8’s

This March, about 40 students from Christian Brothers traveled to Nashville, TN to compete at the STN Convention. STN, or Student Television Network, is a nationwide competition for students interested in media and journalism. There are a plethora of competitions ranging from small 60 second advertisements to full news broadcasts. The most competitive of these […]

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    A Woman For All Seasons: Fostering Champions

    Picture this. The clock’s ticking. The crowd belts out a mighty roar. Bullets of sweat stream down a dozen faces. A hundred eyes are fixated on the monumental clash that lay before them. It’s the championship basketball game. You’re on the bench. A player gets hurt, and your coach puts you in as the replacement. […]
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    Senior Season

    Senior year is notorious for going hand in hand with a whole lot of lasts: goodbyes from close friends, “see you laters” to the favorite administrators, and preparing to close this chapter of our young adult lives only to partake on the next big journey. Although there are far more lasts than firsts, the seniors […]
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    What Will Seniors Miss Most About Sac?

    Not everyone likes their hometown. But let’s be real guys: Sacramento is a pretty fantastic place to grow up. Want to visit the city? San Francisco is just a drive away. In the mood for some skiing or hiking? Get to Tahoe! Want to just chill in the city? Downtown Sac is full of places […]
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    4th Quarter Blues

      As the last quarter of the school year is upon us, most students are turning their focus away from school and towards the opportunities afforded by the next school year. For the Class of 2018, this means graduating high school and embracing their new role as a college student. Coping with my own crippling […]