Rolling Stone named Jack Grelle ‘06 as one of the “10 New Country Artists You Need to Know.” The list was featured in their January issue. Grelle is a rising star in country music, using his 70’s honky-tonk riffs to draw the masses. His twist: progressive messages for social issues blended... Read more »
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The maintenance staff will begin replacing several of the outdated, ceramic water fountains this weekend for something more modern, stainless steel and green. “We see a lot of the students here walking around with water bottles in their hands, but the current fountains don’t make filling [their... Read more »
The Digital Design Media classes just finished up their projects for the “Doodle 4 Google” contest. Students from all over the country from grades K-12 had the chance to create a doodle to see if their design would make it on the google homepage. “We’re not expecting to win but it was... Read more »
Black Friday and Cyber Monday were days for consumers to focus on themselves. Today, Giving Tuesday, breaks the trend and shifts the focus onto others. The school has been added into the giving pool hoping that the contributions will help it continue the Jesuit tradition of being men for and with oth... Read more »
Bluntly and in your face, speaker Tina Meier is fearless when telling the story of her daughter’s suicide. In 2006, Meier’s daughter Megan committed suicide after being bullied on social media. Since then, Meier has made it her goal to make students more aware about the problems of bullying. On We... Read more »
Dana has lived in Indiana all her life, but now she feels that her community could be turned against her. “I knew that people sometimes didn’t like me when they saw what I was wearing or that I was Muslim,” Dana said, “but I never was actually afraid to go out and walk just by myself.” S... Read more »
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The Power of Words from DeSmetPress on Vimeo. The focus of the presentations given to students today was that words carry a lot of weight. They can be used by to support. Likewise, they can also be used to divide and tear people down. The National Conference for Community and Justice (NCCJ) refers to thos... Read more »
The De Smet United Robotics Team (DuRT) went from 16th place at the end of the qualifications to 2nd place out of the finalist teams this Saturday at the Gateway Robotics Challenge, held at Hazelwood Central High School. The team placed 2nd with two other teams for the first time since robotics teac... Read more »
SpaceX, a private rocket company founded by billionaire Elon Musk, has already reinvigorated the stagnant space industry. Their advances in using reusable rockets have single-handedly brought down the cost of shipping stuff into space by a hundredfold. Awarded 18 contracts with NASA, their ambition... Read more »
Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) moderator Colby Robinson gathered on Sept 28th in the morning to pray for a greater cause, to unite in prayer with other communities. At the same time, schools across the world gathered around their poles to do the same. The events was run by Sophomore Chris Will... Read more »