INSIGNIS (Latin, adjective): notable, distinguished
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
SPECIAL THANKS TO:
- Jim Linhares (project lead, show host)
- Jon Dickmann '96 (tech support)
- Sean Powers '05 and students in 2D Design (logo development)
- Jeff Pottinger and SLUH Jazz Combo (music), including Christopher Hartung '20, Teddy Gerard '18, Sean McLaughlin '19, Jack Schweizer '18, Thomas Curdt '18 and Joseph Hartung '18
Questions or suggestions? Contact us at email@example.com