Omicron. We’ve all heard it on the news. We all know someone who has it. We all know someone who has tried to discreetly pass off their cough and runny nose as “the sniffles.” But there is one poor victim that has been ignored in this crisis: the beloved website of St. Louis University High School.
This past Thursday, freshman Chad Janwoski eagerly ran to his lunch table and revealed that he had FINALLY found the perfect Christmas gift for his girlfriend. He bragged to all of his friends that he had the most original present out of anybody anywhere from any time period.
For over 15 years, essentially the entire living memory of any current St. Louis U. High student, the voice of Taylor Swift has graced the airwaves as possibly the biggest cross-genre star of all time. Her music catalog is incredibly diverse, ranging from country albums like 2008’s Fearless or 2010’s Speak Now, to recent indie-pop releases folklore and evermore, to arguably the greatest pop album of the new millenium, 1989.
Another wacky week of football fell upon us in Week 9. With lots of upsets such as the Jaguars over the Bills, or the Broncos over the Cowboys, this week was far from ordinary. The same can be said on the fantasy side of football as there were very few fantasy fireworks from the core fantasy players. In one of my personal 12-man leagues, the league-high was 127 points and the second-highest scorer was 116. Despite this low-scoring week of football, let’s take a look at the fantasy players that lit up the scoreboard.
St. Louis U. High’s Open House Sunday ended in frenzied terror after a camel burst free from its restraints. The camel forced a mad dash down the turnaround as students attempted to escape the imminent dromedarian threat.