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Americans have rushed back into theaters since the summer of 2023. This is due to the release of Barbie and Oppenheimer.
Cinema Returns: Blockbusters revive cultural love of movie theaters
Sally Panis, Print Editor-In-Chief • February 21, 2024
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Won by a pin, sophomore Nancy Baca Olivas plays Blue Valley West opponent
after only joining the team this year. Along with the sense of community, Baca Olivas said she loves the
way the sport grows her mindset and makes her mentally and physically strong | EVIE MCBRIDE
Pin To Win: Girls wrestling grows as a sport across country
Bella Dessert, Copy Editor • February 21, 2024

The girls wrestling team has more than doubled from a group of three to eight. Bringing home first place at the Eastern Kansas League Wrestling tournament,...

Senior Rocco Marrello
enjoys reflecting in
his theology class’
chapel time. Marrello
remembers on Jesus’
sacrifices to motivate
his Lent promises. “It’s
a great experience
to just all be there
together experiencing
the same thing at the
same time.”Marrello
said. | ELAINA
GIBSON
Less Means More For God: Students share Lenten practices
MC Dunn, Staff Writer • February 21, 2024

Sunlight streams in through the stained glass windows of the chapel an early morning Mass. The bright horizon and songs inspire students to begin their...

Junior couple  Edgar Ludwikoski and  Frannie Chaffee-McClure  showcase their relationship  with smiles. Ludwikoski  recalls his favorite dates  with trail walks and  museum tours. The pair  met in the Campus Ministry  Office. “Going out at night  to the Nelson or the nature  center in summer was  special,” Ludwikoski said.  “We also like Blue River  Park.”
Does Valentine's Day Matter?: Students reflect on what the day of love means to them
Sally Panis and Jamie Weiss February 20, 2024

Often marketed as the most romantic holiday, Valentine’s Day carries a diverse set of emotional responses, forms of celebrations and an evaluation of...

Taking the
lead, senior Francis Cressey
takes on the part as the main
character in “The Man Who
Came To Dinner.” The play is a
comedy by George S. Kaufman
and Moss Hart that takes the
audience through a fun-filled
story. “It was kind of surreal
because I still don’t think it’s
hit me yet that I am a senior,”
Cressey said. “I love how close
everyone is with each other
and just how connected it all
feels.”
"The Man Who Came To Dinner"
Evan Ulmer, Staff Writer • February 21, 2024

Photo and Design by Bella Dessert
On an Uprise: The impact of technology and digital devices among students for academic succession
Bella Dessert, MC Dunn, Mary Aguilera, and Bria Sutherlin January 29, 2024

The ‘Project Lead the Way’ Innovation Lab is a newfound highlight of technology and engineering for student exploration. From Spanish and...

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