LeBron’s Big Legacy?

Skyler Griffith '21Sports Editor Any enthusiastic NBA fan has their own opinion on who the league’s G.O.A.T. – or ‘Greatest of All Time’ – is. The two most common responses to the G.O.A.T. question are Michael Jordan and LeBron James. However, the amount of support for either NBA legend being the G.O.A.T. is nearly equal;... Continue Reading →

US Election Special: Debate

The Case for Joe Biden Alec Compton '22Arts & Culture Editor Joe Biden was not my preferred pick in the Democratic primary. In fact, he was far from it. I do not believe Joe Biden is fit to be president; I do, however, think he is infinitely more qualified than Donald Trump. Biden will do... Continue Reading →

Update from the 2020-21 Maroon and White Society

Myles Cesario '21President of the Maroon and White Society Hello St. Paul’s! I would like to introduce myself. My name is Myles Cesario and I am President of the Maroon and White Society. I help oversee the operations of the society and add my input on important decisions regarding places where the Society can help those in our community. I... Continue Reading →

US Election Special

Emmitt Wilson '22Politics Editor Policy Positions Biden Trade & Jobs: Biden’s policy regarding jobs is informed by the COVID-19 pandemic. It seeks promote recovery from the economic downturn with high investment in green infrastructure and manufacturing. Biden has been a vocal supporter of international trade deals such as NAFTA and the TPP. Climate & Energy:... Continue Reading →

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