Features

Hot Takes: Senior Edition

by Smriti Vijay (’25) and Aanya Mittu (’25) | November 18, 2022 Throughout their four years at Saint Francis, seniors…

News

Saint Francis turns “upside down” for Homecoming

by Anika Bastin (’23) | November 18, 2022 During the last week of October, Saint Francis held a Stranger Things-themed Homecoming. Associated Student Body (ASB), Rally Board, Student Councils, and Rage Cage Captains worked together to create a week full of exciting activities for faculty and students. Homecoming kicked off with Spirit Week, to fuel Lancers’ spirits. The festivities included themed dress up days such as “Wakeup Wednesday,” where students dressed as the musical artist who they believed could wake them from Vecna’s curse, a reference to Stranger Things. ASB and Student Council also set up several fun activities during…

Saint Francis celebrates the Feast of All Saints

by Smriti Vijay (’25) | November 18, 2022 In early November, Saint Francis students and faculty gathered in the Burns Gym to celebrate the All Saints’ Day Mass. Organized by the Saint Francis Campus Ministry, this annual Mass commemorated saints of the present and those who have passed on. Because…

“The Sparrow” sweeps the stage

by Sahana Rao (’26) | November 18, 2022 This fall, Saint Francis put on a production of The Sparrow. Audiences watched as lead actress Maria Ana (’23) played Emily Book, a high school girl who secretly has magical powers. Emily moves back to her old town after a traumatic bus…

Food & Dining

Peach Cobbler Pie

by Paige Allen (’23) | November 18, 2022 Why did the pumpkin pie go to a dentist? Because it needed a filling! Pie season is…

Trader Joe’s Fall Foods

by Arhana Aatresh (’23) | November 18, 2022 Trader Joe’s and autumn are as closely linked as peanut butter and jelly. Annually, without fail, the…

Science

The rise of malaria in Ethiopia

by Navaneeth Dontuboyina (’24) | November 18, 2022 Malaria is an illness caused by parasites and most commonly passed by female Anopheles mosquitoes. The most…

Opinions

Sports

Women’s sports are ready to be seen

by Keira Schultz (’26) | November 18, 2022 “This is an important step towards closing the media coverage gap for female athletes, for women’s sports”…

Entertainment

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