Review: Godzilla vs. Kong

Tristan Garland '22Contributor *Spoilers Ahead* Length: 117 minAudience Rating: PG-13Rating: 8/10Genre: Si-Fi, ActionEnding: Predictable Released March 24, 2021, Godzilla vs. Kong is the last movie in Legendary Pictures’ MonsterVerse series. Godzilla vs. Kong is a beautiful movie that is sure to be loved by fans of the franchise. The movie has a consistent high intensity... Continue Reading →

NFL Season Preview

Kieran Light '21Contributor Every NFL offseason features an abundance of acquisitions and moves. Big name players move all around the league, coaches change teams, etc. All these different moves create different opportunities for different players and coaches. Having now been through the majority of free agency, I’d like to share three players that I believe... Continue Reading →

New stars emerge ahead of NFL Draft

Skyler Griffith '21Sports Editor Every year, top NFL prospects wait in anticipation of the league’s annual draft. As a direct gateway to the world’s most competitive stage of American football, the draft features the biggest young names in the sport. Although these top college athletes are already competing against the best for a roster spot,... Continue Reading →

Sameer’s NBA Playoff Predictions

Sameer Batla '22Contributor With the 2020-21 NBA Playoffs approaching toward the end of May, there are currently several questions that have fans across the globe wondering which team will overcome all odds and win the title. Will LeBron James and the Los Angeles Lakers become repeat champions? Will the Brooklyn Nets super team demolish every opponent? Will the Los Angeles... Continue Reading →

Earth Month at St. Paul’s

Baljot Rai '24Contributor This year, the St. Paul’s High School Environmental Action Committee (EAC) organized its first-ever Earth Month campaign! Founded in 2020 by Mr. Oliver Capko S.J., the EAC is one of the newest extracurricular activities available to the students of St. Paul’s and has quickly grown to a group of 26 dedicated students... Continue Reading →

Global Microprocessor Supplies Remain Low

Emmitt Wilson '22Politics Editor Computers are the base of almost everything in modern society. They coordinate the intricate global trade networks that keep us fed and clothed, they control the electrical grids, and we use them in work, transportation, and entertainment. So, what happens when we cannot make enough of them? That has already been... Continue Reading →

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