Toronto Raptors: Starting From the Bottom

Kieran Light ’21 Contributor After the Indiana Pacers took down the Cleveland Cavaliers on May 10, 2021, the Toronto Raptors were eliminated from playoff contention for the first time since 2013, thus ending Toronto’s 8-year playoff streak. This was the longest streak across the association. In that time span, it is no question that the... Continue Reading →

NFTs: Investments or Pollutants?

Jackson Gordon ’22       Science & Tech Editor Non-fungible tokens (NFTs) have recently become popular and the market for them has expanded greatly in the past year. But what is an NFT? An NFT is simply a unit of data that proves ownership of a digital file such as a photo, video, or... Continue Reading →

Behind the Mask: How mask recycling works

Baljot Rai ’24 Contributor Over the past 15 months, Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) of all sorts have become rather prominent objects in our day-to-day life, the most common example in our lives being masks. Since the start of this pandemic, wearing a mask in public has become a customary action, be it disposable or re-usable.... Continue Reading →

Maroon and White Year Recap

James Brennan ’21   Chief Editor The 2020-21 Maroon and White Society had a successful year. Under the leadership of President Myles Cesario and Vice President Juan Pablo Garcia Recio, we coordinated multiple events and initiatives at the school this year. Beginning the year with a wonderful retreat and elections to our executive committee, we... Continue Reading →

Universal Apostolic Preferences Conference

Myles Cesario ’21      Religion Editor The Universal Apostolic Preferences, UAPs for short, are four preferences that the Society of Jesus wishes all its apostolates to keep in the back of their minds in their decisions for the next 10 years. The four UAPs are: To show the way to God through the Spiritual... Continue Reading →

The Three Gifts of Tomorrow

Myles Cesario ’21 Religion Editor In the Catholic Church there are three theological virtues that are interconnected and ultimately define the Christian life; they are faith, hope, and charity. These are the virtues that the world must see at the end of not only this pandemic, but this academic year. Three virtues that will set... Continue Reading →

Anime Review: One Piece

Andreas Radicci ’24    Contributor One Piece is a manga and anime series written and illustrated by Eiichiro Oda, debuting in 1999. The story follows Monkey D. Luffy, a boy who ate the “Gum-Gum fruit.” This fruit gives its consumer rubber and elastic-like abilities. With these new found powers, Luffy sets out to find it... Continue Reading →

Review: The Falcon and the Winter Soldier

John Ergon Golpe ’24 Contributor At long last, Disney Plus’s original series The Falcon and the Winter Soldier has concluded. The six-episode-long adventure starring Avengers Sam Wilson, AKA the Falcon, and Bucky Barnes, AKA The Winter Soldier, adds to the ever-expanding  Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU)  mythos.   Despite what the trailers and TV spots had us believe,... Continue Reading →

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