Brazilian election: an attack on democracy

Isaac Lavitt ’25 Copy Editor On October 30, Brazil’s controversial far right president Jair Bolsonaro was defeated after a close battle with former president Luiz Ignácio “Lula” da Silva. Lula, who had been jailed just years earlier for taking bribes, took the presidency with just 51% of the vote to Bolsonaro’s 49%, marking it as... Continue Reading →

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Crusaders crowned as WHSFL ANAVETS Bowl champions

Luke Perrett ’24 Sports Editor The St. Paul’s Crusaders Football program entered this season fol-lowing a disappointing ending in 2021, but they were back better than ever. The program, begun in 1931, has seen many champi-onships in its decorated history. However, the school had not won the ANAVETS Bowl Champion-ship since 2019 due to a... Continue Reading →

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NBA Christmas Day preview

Luke Perrett ’24 Sports Editor Christmas is always a great time for NBA fans. This year, six matches will take place on Christmas Day with stars like LeBron, Curry, Dončić, and Antetokounmpo all suiting up for their respective teams. These games will not only be entertaining, but also important to each team’s position in the... Continue Reading →

A disappointing season for the Bombers

Sawyer Ramsay ’24 Copy Editor Another season is over for the Winnipeg Blue Bombers. However, unlike recent years, the Bombers had a rather unfortunate turn of events during their Grey Cup final game. The Bombers did wonderfully throughout the season but were unable to defend their title as the Grey Cup champs. The Bombers started... Continue Reading →

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