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Louis Chavey

Louis Chavey (’22) is an Editor-In-Chief for Vol. 58 of The Lancer. He was the Vol. 57 Features Editor and Vol. 56 Sports Editor for The Lancer. He authored the Entertainment Column “Low-key Likes.”

All About Alumni: Ms. Cindy Leslie-Forbes

by Anika Jain (’22) and Louis Chavey (’22) | April 8, 2022 At the forefront of Holy Cross education, Saint Francis has always relied not only on educators but also students to impart knowledge and skills useful inside and outside the classroom. Fifty years ago, Lancers could finally learn with peers of the opposite gender…

All About Alumni: Dr. Christopher Gilbert

by Arhana Aatresh (’23), Louis Chavey (’22), and Will Li (’23) A number of Saint Francis alumni have taken the leap from student to teacher. One of them is Dr. Christopher Gilbert (’87), who participated in everything from tennis to theater to community service during his time as a Lancer. Inspired by his own teachers,…

Advice for advisory: students’ reflections on social-emotional learning

by Will Li (’23) and Louis Chavey (’22) | May 10, 2021 Social-emotional learning, more commonly known as SEL or Advisory, was introduced as a support class for freshmen and sophomores in the 2019-2020 school year. SEL aims to teach communication skills and coping mechanisms for stress to help students thrive at Saint Francis and…

Low-key Likes: unwinding indie

By Louis Chavey (’22) | May 10, 2021 Welcome to the last issue of this year’s Low-Key Likes, a digestible music column featuring a relatively unknown song, artist, and album along with some needed context, a short description, and lastly, what makes them each worth a listen, respectively. Summer is almost here, and while some…

Low-key Likes: revitalizing R&B

by Louis Chavey (’22) | March 29, 2021 Welcome back to Low-Key Likes, a digestible music column featuring a relatively unknown song, artist, and album along with some needed context, a short description, and lastly, what makes them each worth a listen, respectively. With spring just beginning, we will look at some mellow R&B songs…

Black History Month reflections: an interview with the BSU

by Louis Chavey (’22) | March 1, 2020 With the Black Lives Matter movement thrust into the national spotlight this past summer, this year’s Black History Month is especially important. The Lancer recently caught up with Black Student Union student leader Thomas Moore-Rios (’21) to discuss Black History Month. He gives a more personal look…

Low-key Likes: trap gems

By Louis Chavey (’22) | March 1, 2020 Welcome back to the first Low-Key Likes column of 2021, where I recommend a relatively unknown song, artist, and album under a unifying theme or genre. I will provide some needed context, a short description, and lastly, what makes them each worth a listen. In this issue,…

Low-Key Likes: indie potpourri

By Louis Chavey (’22) | November 16, 2020 Welcome back to Low-Key Likes, a digestible music recommendation column featuring a relatively unknown song, artist, and album under a unifying theme or genre. I will provide some needed context, a short description, and lastly, what makes each of them worth a listen. This week is a…

Low-key Likes: R&B recommendations

by Louis Chavey | October 5, 2020 Welcome to Low-Key Likes, a digestible music recommendation column that features one song, artist, and album that are relatively unknown and fall under a unifying theme or genre. For each of these, I will give some background information, a brief description, and lastly, provide reasoning for why they…

Low-key Likes: “CARE FOR ME”

by Louis Chavey | May 19, 2020 Welcome back to Low-Key Likes, where I recommend an album that may have not gained the attention it warranted in a way that hopefully appeals to everyone. I’ll start with some relevant context and a summary of the project and then move on to show the value of…

Low-Key Likes: “House of Balloons”

by Louis Chavey | April 6, 2020 Welcome to Low-Key Likes, a digestible album recommendation that aims to cater the listening experience to varying tastes and schedules. Each issue, I plan to introduce a relatively unknown album. This might involve exploring a popular artist’s old work or simply delving into an unknown artist’s newer projects.…

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