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Seniors make headway with their Grande Projects as their plans were finalized
  • News
Ben Croat and Declan Richards, reporters

As St. Louis U. High nears its Winter Break, the senior class continues its preparation for their personal Grande Projects. On Monday, there was a meeting for the seniors to discuss their projects, specifically relating to their topics and the point of view that they would have in their mediums.

Love will hold us together: Freshmen unite for first retreat as a class
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Mark Wappler and Micah Doherty, Staff, reporter

Though most freshmen were a bit groggy at 8 a.m. on the morning of Monday, Nov. 22, when they were greeted by the smell of pancakes courtesy of Chris Cakes, the Monday blues immediately vanished. Students happily grabbed a paper plate and prepared to catch the buttery pancakes being flipped into the air and then devour them with friends moments later. For the rest of the day, until 7:30 p.m. that evening, the freshmen would be led through a series of talks and small group activities by their senior advisors and multiple faculty members. It proved to be a great start to the Thanksgiving break and to the freshmen’s spiritual journey at SLUH.

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DuMont commits to join SLU baseball program next year
  • Sports

Senior Jack DuMont will be taking his baseball talents to St. Louis University next year, after announcing his signing with the Billikens last month. He represents one of the first members of the talented Class of 2022 to officially sign on to play athletics in college. For DuMont, though, the announcement has been a long time coming. Ever since he was a kid, baseball was the only thing on his mind.

Racquetball wins against CBC and Kirkwood, eyes nationals yet again
  • Sports

After a long fall season of ladder tournaments and challenge matches, the varsity racquetball team is ready to make a push at its 11th straight National Championship. Plus, after last season's Nationals were canceled due to the pandemic, the varsity team is especially anxious to reclaim its title in 2022. They started off on the right foot two weeks ago when they went 6-1 against a talented CBC team.

Schöne Grüße! SLUH welcomes Jesuits arriving from Germany with open arms
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St. Louis U. High has welcomed two Jesuit guests from the German province to live in the Jesuit residence while they complete pursuits in St. Louis. The two visitors are Fr. Godehard Bruentrup, SJ and Fr. Cristof Wolf, SJ. Bruentrup is an internationally acclaimed philosophy professor who has come to St. Louis to present projects to Saint Louis University and explore a possible teaching job at the university. 

Strategic Summit: Schedule and Calendar Committee weighing options for a permanent schedule
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In response to the Covid-19 pandemic, the administration instituted a block schedule for the 2020-2021 and 2021-2022 school years. This schedule change was made to promote safety and make the hyflex and quarantines run more smoothly. Now, two years into the pandemic, the school is looking to settle on a schedule for the longer term. The Schedule and Calendar committee’s job is to explore what that schedule might be.

Jr. Bills crash Wall Street take a bite out of the Big Apple
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Ten Jr. Bills and two Assistant Principals woke up well before the sun had risen on Nov. 18 to board a 6:00 a.m. flight to New York. Embarking on the Jr. Bills on Wall Street trip, the travelers shrugged off their sleepiness and prepared for three days of nonstop adventure in the Big Apple. The purpose of the trip is to provide SLUH students with an opportunity to meet alumni in New York and learn about various careers in the financial world, as well as experiencing the city as a tourist. In its seventh year, the trip opens the doors of Wall Street and allows students to gain a behind the scenes look at the finance world. 

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Core Staff

Jackson “a purple beverage” Cooper

Louis “skipping AP Physics” Cornett

George “skipped Sisyphus” Henken

Alex “only listening to Taylor Swift” Preusser

Jack “none of your business” Rybak

Coby “Circle 7 cocunuts” Spratte 



Michael “not finishing the crossword” Baudendistel

Peter “for running” James

Mark “I’m a good boy” Wappler



Theo “not turning in my Christmas list” Agniel

Bill “starting rumours about YAG” Albus

Micah “only eating rolls on Thanksgiving” Doherty

Lucas “attempted mutiny of STUCO” Hayden

Andrew “eating too much candy” Hunt

Thomas “missing a racquetball practice” Juergens

Alex “going to bed before 10pm” Keuss

Declan “sleeping in socks” Richards

Charlie “too many reasons to count” Vonderheid

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Nick “playing basketball” Witcher




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Alex “feud with AP” Deiters

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