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Inter-Ac schools postpone Fall Sports seasons

Chris Ayres, Sport's Editor

September 29, 2020

Ever since COVID-19 ended spring sports before most teams could begin their season, the question has been whether or not the fall seasons would be played as planned. ”In early April, we were focused on trying to get kids back for their s...

Deuce Turner ’20 reaches three scoring milestones

Chris Ayres, Sports Editor

March 10, 2020

2020 has just begun, but senior Deuce Turner has already broken records and passed NBA Hall of Famers on leaderboards.  In Malvern’s victory over Friend’s Central on January 4th, he reached 2,000 points. He is the first playe...

Clemson Baseball commit Lonnie White ’21 receives multiple Division 1 Offers for Football

Chris Ayres, Sports Editor

March 10, 2020

An offer to play one D1 sport is impressive, and offers for multiple sports is extremely rare, but Lonnie White makes it look easy. After a fantastic season playing varsity baseball as a freshman, Lonnie committed to Clemson Un...

Most Hyped Movies of Summer 2018

Chris Ayres

May 29, 2018

While Avengers: Infinity War might have been one of the most anticipated movies ever, this summer still brings multiple promising movies, including two more from Marvel. In addition, the next standalone Star Wars movie, centered arou...

Ryan Durkan

Chris Ayres

April 22, 2018

Swimming varsity as a freshman, he has already achieved a lot and is striving for even more.   Most people equate pools with summer and relaxation. For Ryan Durkan ’21, the thought of swimming means hard work and l...

Fr. Thom Meehan recovering after two strokes

Chris Ayres

March 17, 2018

Theology teacher is grateful for prayers and support from the school community. [perfectpullquote align="right" bordertop="false" cite="" link="" color="" class="" size=""]To send well wishes: Fr. Thom Meehan, O.S.A. St. Thomas Monastery 8...

Best things to do over Christmas break

Chris Ayres

December 19, 2017

Here are some tips on how to spend your time during the Christmas season.   Christmas break is the longest break of the school year until summer vacation. Here are some of the best things to do over the time off. Step...

New eighth grade Summit Trip includes trekking White Mountains

Chris Ayres

November 4, 2017

Eighth graders will learn about food waste, meteorology, and proper trail conduct, all while thousands of feet up in the air. Last year, the eighth grade instituted Summit Trips, which allowed students to go on one of three trips fo...

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