SLUH's INSIGNIS podcast features lively interviews with members of our school community engaged in a variety of roles and fascinating projects "down the hall, across the metro area and around the world" in support of our mission.
Finding a Voice
Our new INSIGNIS podcast explores issues of authenticity, creativity and diversity in the context of high school education and formation. Among the questions we consider: How can we encourage and support young people (as well the adults who work with them) to find their own voices? You'll hear from: Mrs. Addie Akin and the SLUH Chorus; Dan Cornell '94, a national leader and entrepreneur in software security; Daniel Heard '04, a PhD statistician and risk analyst for USAA and recent speaker at our Black History Month assembly; Senior and Presidential Leadership Award winner Antwine Wills '19; and SLUH Director of Equity and Inclusion, Frank Kovarik '94. This show also features original music by Ramon Ortiz '20 and a reading from a recent essay in Sisyphus by Matt Friedrichs '20.
Pictured (from left): Antwine Willis '19, Dan Cornell '94, Daniel Heard '04 and Frank Kovarik '94
- Jim Linhares (Asst. Principal for Mission): Project lead, show host
- Jon Dickmann '96 (Technology Director): Technology support
- Sean Powers '05 (Fine Arts teacher) and students in 2D Design: Logo development
- Jeff Pottinger (Music teacher) and SLUH Jazz Combo, including Christopher Hartung '20, Teddy Gerard '18, Sean McLaughlin '19, Jack Schweizer '18, Thomas Curdt '18 and Joseph Hartung '18: Music
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