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Death of senior student

Death of senior student

Will Peterson, class of 2017 died Thursday night due to a medical event in his Essex home. Peterson was the son of Jim Peterson of St. Michael’s IT Department. There is not an obituary yet, but arrangements have been made with the Ready Funeral Home. The wake is on Monday, […]

Seven myths of being sick

Seven myths of being sick

  Illustration by Marie Salinas Lizzie McCarty woke up on a Monday morning at around 9 a.m. She planned on finishing up some homework before her 12:15 class. What she didn’t expect was to wake up with a sniffily nose and a sore throat. It seems as though every class […]

Grief

Grief

Illustrations BY Liam rademacher The above illustrations reflect the Kübler-Ross model of grief, depicting (from left to right) denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance. By Kelsey Bode Executive Editor With the loss of Jeremiah “Jerry” Collins ’17, early this semester, and more recently the loss of Father Michael Cronogue, S.S.E., […]

Election Wrap-Up

Election Wrap-Up

Victory of the dark horse: Donald Trump elected to be 45th President of US PHOTO COURTESY OF WIKIMEDIA sident-elect Donald J. Trump addressed supporters in New York on Nov. 9 after defeating Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton in the 2016 Presidential election. Trump, a native of New York and a real-estate […]

Personal counseling struggles to meet a growing need

Personal counseling struggles to meet a growing need

Illustration by Tiffany Landry   “We’re already full for today, I’m sorry. You can try coming back tomorrow.” “Tomorrow?” I mumbled, trying not to draw too much attention to myself in the small waiting room of the Bergeron Wellness Center. “What times are walk-ins again?” The receptionist hesitated. “Well, actually, […]