Loki Review: The God of Mischief Returns (Spoilers!)

Brett Torres '22 Contributor  As a superfan of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), I was eager for the release of Loki on Disney+, especially after the releases of WandaVision (2021) and The Falcon and the Winter Soldier (2021). I initially had low expectations for Loki, but the show left me excited for the future of the MCU.   After escaping with the Tesseract in Endgame, Loki teleports to the Gobi Desert only to be arrested by the Time Variance Authority (TVA) for altering the Sacred Timeline. While in... Continue Reading →

Alberta’s Covid Lesson

Nathan Poklar '24 Contributor At the beginning of the summer, Alberta Premier Jason Kenney announced that, on July 1, 2021, Alberta would be “open for good,” having hit their final 70% vaccination target. All restrictions would be lifted, and there would be no vaccination passports. A few weeks later, the Calgary Stampede was held, with... Continue Reading →

2021-22 Winnipeg Jets Preview

Luke Perrett ‘24 Contributor Winnipeg Jets General Manager Kevin Cheveldayoff has made several acquisitions during the off-season, including improvement on the blue line. Despite this, the Jets are left with two major questions: Who will be the fourth-line center and who will backup Connor Hellebuyck?  The Jets’ top six appear to be solid, boasting a... Continue Reading →

Album Review Gauntlet – October 2021 

Alec Compton 22   Contributor  Lil Nas X: Montero  Lil Nas X continues to be a provocative, stylish, and versatile artist, but he seems to struggle with deep album cuts that don’t match up to his fantastic singles. One strength that the record has is it’s very dynamic and varied track list. Lil Nas Doesn’t try for another “Old Town Road”, as he seems to be increasingly... Continue Reading →

Schools and E-Sports

Lachlan Compton '25 Contributor Saint Paul’s should have an e-sports club. Not only would this provide students with a COVID-19-friendly activity, but e-sports are becoming an increasingly lucrative career possibility. For one, this could increase our ability to pursue scholarships in America universities. According to the National Association of Collegiate E-Sports, the largest member-based association... Continue Reading →

A Guide to Hinduism

Yash Varma ’24  Contributor  Hinduism is the oldest and the third most practiced religion in the world, the predominant religion in India and Nepal. Unlike religions such as Christianity or Judaism, Hinduism does not have a founder (like Jesus or Abraham). Instead, it is a collection of traditions and philosophies.   In Hinduism, God is viewed... Continue Reading →

Student Council Address 2021-22

Tommy Stefanson ’22  Sharif McCurdy ’22  To the Saint Paul’s Community,   First, we want to thank you for your overwhelming support during an extensive campaign, electing us to be your student council President and Vice President for this school year. Our first message to all of you at the school is that we will be... Continue Reading →

Black Widow: Unfulfilled Potential 

Peter Daza 22  Contributor  Finally, after her debut in Iron Man 2, Natasha Romanoff has gotten a standalone film. Black Widow is a spy thriller centered around the Avenger’s dark and guilt-ridden past, exploring the themes of family, regret for past actions, and vengeance. After years of fans wondering if it was ever going to... Continue Reading →

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