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The Friends of Refugees Club meets in Ms. Rose
Reaching across borders: Junior founds Friends of Refugees Club
Ava Godbey, Staff Writer

It’s no secret that St. Pius X students are both empathetic and passionate about their community, but junior Emma Crouch has taken her empathy a step further.  With the help of faculty moderator...

The Pius Players rehearse for their fall show "Elephant
New Director of Theatre leads drama program with fresh ideas
Emalyn Yantis, Editor-in-Chief

2020 has been a year of many changes for everyone, including the St. Pius X Fine Arts Department. After the retirement of longtime...

The new shark exhibit at the Georgia Aquarium features five different species of sharks and 1.2 million gallons of water.
Georgia Aquarium opens brand new shark exhibit
Ellie Ballew, Staff Writer

Looking for something to do in your free time? Well, the Georgia Aquarium is now open and bigger than ever! After two years of planning...

Dance, music programs collaborate for virtual Christmas Concert
Dance, music programs collaborate for virtual Christmas Concert
Elizabeth Hong, Editor-in-Chief

While this year may have been a bit dismal, the St. Pius X Dance Company invites you to have some fun as 2020 comes to an end by watching...

Need milk? Buy a cow
Need milk? Buy a cow
RJ Brewster, Staff Writer

Senior Sam Downer and his freshman sister Lucy have decided to purchase a cow. You may ask, why would they buy a cow? You are probably...

Senior creates Instagram account to spotlight classmates
Senior creates Instagram account to spotlight classmates' college decisions
Jackson Long

In an otherwise disappointing bleak school year for the class of 2021, one senior has taken it upon herself to do something positive...

Ms. Elie Metzler has been a member of the Golden Lion community since her freshman year in 2012.
Former St. Pius student returns as substitute teacher
Elizabeth Nark, Staff Writer

All teenagers want these days is for teachers to understand what we’re going through as students at St. Pius X. One sub, and hopefully...

The varsity girls lacrosse team practices one day after school in February. Their conditioning throughout the fall and winter helped prepare them for the long season ahead of them.
Sprinting into spring sports
Casey Ver Meulen, Staff Writer

Every athlete knows that training for an upcoming season begins well before the first practice. As tryouts for spring sports wrap up,...

Longtime theology teacher Mr. Dennis Ruggiero joins varsity boys basketball coaching staff
Longtime theology teacher Mr. Dennis Ruggiero joins varsity boys basketball coaching staff
Cal Petersen, Staff Writer

In addition to new underclassmen on the varsity boys basketball team, this season also features a fresh face on the coaching staff,...

Senior quarterback Dennis O
Football season ends with loss in second round of state playoffs
Jackson Long, Staff Writer

Last weekend, the St. Pius X football team lost in the second round of the state playoffs to Cartersville 31-19. After coming off of...

Students struggle to pay attention on Zoom

Alex Smith, Staff Writer
February 18, 2021

A year ago, most of us had never heard of Zoom. Now, we can’t imagine our lives without the video communications app, especially in the world of education. Battling Covid and quarantines is our new reality...

DDS or private driving school: Which road test should you take?

Hunter Minne, Editor-in-Chief
February 18, 2021

To many high school students, the ability to drive is the first taste of real freedom they experience. Not having to rely on your parents to drive you around but instead knowing how to do it yourself is...

Groundhog Day deserves more appreciation

Chloe Dierkes, Staff Writer
February 2, 2021

Editors Note: Georgia's meteorological groundhog expert General Beauregard Lee did not see his shadow this morning. An early spring is on its way! The nation's most famous groundhog, Punxsutawney Phil,...

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“We all knew comp cheer was a homewrecker”

Nicole Gresham, Staff Writer
April 2, 2020

Last month, social studies teacher Mr. Sean Hiland announced his decision to resign from the position as head debate coach of St. Pius X Catholic High School.  “I was absolutely shocked,” senior...

Track team threatens to strike

John McKimmy, Staff Writer
April 2, 2020

As smaller and smaller margins of the world accumulate greater portions of its wealth, the working class of the world are striking back. Protests in France, Chile, Haiti, Colombia, Germany, and the rest...

Seniors, and a teacher, head to college

Anna Buyarski, Staff Writer
April 1, 2020

We’ve all heard about the amazing colleges our seniors plan to attend in the fall. They span from north to south, east to west, small to big, fun to Catholic. Let’s take a moment to shine a spotlight...

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