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Finally! Ignatius and Xavier cohorts join together for the first time in 2020-2021 school year
Noah Apprill-Sokol, Jacob Sprock, and Louis Miller, News Editors, reporter

For many people, the coming of a new year means the making of a new promise, a dedication to a craft or commitment to an ideal in hopes of becoming a better person than the year before. 

When Saint Louis U. High returned to in-person classes on Monday, Jan. 11, there was a sense of rebirth. The number of desks in each classroom had doubled. The Field House and Pool Hall had been converted into makeshift lunch halls. Even the daily schedule had been spruced up to include a 30-minute Academic Lab, a reminder to returning students of the Activity Period that had been wiped out with the coming of Covid-19. It seemed like the school itself had made a New Year’s resolution, vowing to make school life as ‘normal’ as possible and attempting to rekindle the flame of community that’s often emblematic of SLUH.

Students and faculty respond to last week's Capitol Hill riot
  • Features
Sam Tarter and Carter J. Fortman, News Editor, Editor in Chief

The protestors are in the building,” an aide said to Sen. James Lankford, R-Okla, as he was presenting his objection to the certification of Joe Biden as President-elect of the United States. His objection would have  to wait as Congress sheltered from the rioters streaming into the Capitol. 

SLUH scores 4 goals in 3rd period comeback to retain Jesuit Cup for 6th year in a row
  • Sports
Louis Cornett, Core Staff

The St. Louis U. High hockey team took on their bitter rivals, the De Smet Spartans, in the 2021 Jesuit Cup last Friday. Coming out of their 2-1-3 Christmas break (the wins came against Vianney and Lafayette), the Jr. Bills faced their most important game just two days back into the new school year. Although the Jr. Bills had beat the Spartans 4-2 on Dec. 18, they knew a Cup game was different.  

A man of many mysteries: Fr. Hill shares stories of his past
  • Features
Jack Figge, Core Staff

For the past sixteen years, SLUH’s Fr. Joseph Hill, S.J. has traveled the world as a Jesuit, venturing to the far corners of the earth to minister to people of all races and ethnicities. Journeying across the globe has led to many interesting stories for Hill, many of which have gone untold. The Prep News sat down with Fr. Hill and listened to him share tales from his past. 

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SLUH faculty remember longtime secretary Helen Klenklen
  • News

Selfless love is often described as a seed. It is the giving of oneself for something bigger in the hopes that one’s selfless spirit will spring forth in another. On Jan. 4, former Saint Louis U. High principal secretary and registrar Helen Klenklen passed away at age 85. Klenklen has surely left her mark on many people, teaching them important lessons about love and sacrifice. 

Racquetball defeats Kirkwood to remain undefeated
  • Sports

The Saint Louis U. High racquetball returned to the courts last Friday after a two-week Christmas break, defeating Kirkwood to remain undefeated (5-0) and keep the number one spot in the division.

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What New Year’s Resolution have you already given up on?

 

Editor in Chief

Carter “stop bein’ so dang cute” Fortman

 

News Editors

Noah “turn in articles on time” Apprill-Sokol

Jacob “be civil with Noah” Sprock

 

Features Editor

Sam “stop talking about WandaVision” Tarter

 

Sports Editor

Luke “hitting legs twice a week” Altier

 

Web Editor

Carter “Believing in Mizzou” Spence

 

Core Staff

Louis “stay past 6:30” Cornett

Jack “stop bashing heretics” Figge

Nathan “stop making fun of Louis” Rich

Jack “stop gaming with Zub” Ryback

 

Staff

Luke “try oysters” Duffy

Roarke “use less hair product” Unrau

Peter “move” James

Nick “make every Prep News of the year” Campbell

 

Reporters

Jackson “swim 5 miles every day” Cooper

Angad “eat less vegetables” Gothra

Louis “use Academic Lab wisely” Miller

Ryan “go viral on TikTok” Pineda

John “always be running” Posey

Michael “sleep more” Robinson

Jared “get good at Rocket League” Thornberry

Leo “sleep less” Wagner

 

Artists

Charlie “staying at home” Bieg

  

Advisors

Giuseppe “perfect symmetry” Vitellaro

 

Moderator

Steve “the name of the dog” Missey

 

 

 

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