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Students in Advisory 50 prepare to discuss the harmful side effects of social media and the Internet. Replacing homeroom, Advisories include students from all grades and help foster community within our school.
New Advisory program hopes to build community throughout St. Pius X
Chloe Dierkes, Staff Writer

In an effort to strengthen our school community and promote unity among teachers and classmates, St. Pius X introduced a brand new program this year called Advisory.  There are 56 Advisories, each with...

Finally, some positive news in 2020
Finally, some positive news in 2020
Hunter Minne, Editor-in-Chief

This past Monday should have been the first day of winter uniform, but like everything else in 2020 there’s been a change. Instead...

Using grant money they received from the non-profit organization Pebble Tossers, Chad (
When opportunity knocks: Pandemic allows SPX students to give back to community
Ellie Taube, Editor-in-Chief

If one good thing has come out of this pandemic, it’s the widespread instances of human kindness. One example of this generosity...

"If it
"If it's something we have to do, we have to pay that price"
Cal Petersen, Staff Writer

Have you ever been to or played in a sports game with a roaring crowd? If so, you know how much the fans can help motivate or embarrass...

Pumpkin season is back!
Pumpkin season is back!
Elizabeth Hong, Co-Editor

One of the most important parts of the fall season isn’t the changing of the leaves or the chilly temperature- its the renewal of...

Faculty members share what it
Faculty members share what it's like to teach from home
Casey Ver Meulen, Staff Writer

St. Pius X students and faculty began a school year like no other with new procedures, routines, and changes. One of the most notable...

Freshmen, this article is just for you
Freshmen, this article is just for you
Christian Eaglen, Staff Writer

As everyone knows, due to Covid-19 the school year has been turned upside down, from students switching from rooms to Zooms and vice...

An inside look at the life of a high school student-athlete
An inside look at the life of a high school student-athlete
Alex Smith and Kevin Petersen

The life of a high school can be hard, and keeping up with grades, a social life, and family obligations is a lot to balance sometimes....

Sports teams adapt to new safety protocols
Sports teams adapt to new safety protocols
Cal Petersen, Staff Writer

After several months of hiatus in the spring, St. Pius X athletics officially resumed in early June. Navigating the complexities of...

Cross country teams defend their state titles
Cross country teams defend their state titles

For the second consecutive year, both cross country teams finished their season as state champs. It was the 12th state title for the...

Young people should have a say in electoral politics 

Lauren Ashe, Staff Writer
November 6, 2020

With the 2020 election undecided and thousands of ballots still being counted, many people around the country are casting their ballots in hopes of impacting our country on a grand scale. But, a certain...

Teens aren’t taking coronavirus seriously enough

Abby Gillin, Staff Writer
May 7, 2020

Unless you're one of those uncontacted tribes in North Sentinel Island that throws spears at helicopters, you’ve heard about the dreadful COVID-19 that’s wreaked havoc across the globe for the past...

“Tiger King” exposes the dark world of exotic animal breeding

Anna Galvin, Staff Writer
May 7, 2020

When in quarantine, life can feel a little boring. With plenty of free time on our hands, we may feel as though we are lacking some excitement in our lives. If you have been craving drama, jungle animals,...

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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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