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The Student News Site of Bishop Miege High School

Bishop Miege Press

The Student News Site of Bishop Miege High School

Bishop Miege Press

Listening to Dean of Students Alex Keith, juniors follow a presentation regarding the new junior-led academic conferences. “You can earnestly tell your parents thank you for all that theyve done for you, Keith said during his presentation. I dont know how many 16 and 17-year-olds earnestly tell their parents thank you, but it is a powerful thing and this will give you an opportunity to do that in a formalized setting.”
Facing the Future: Junior-led academic conferences motivate students to plan life after high school
Sally Panis, Features Editor • November 10, 2022
On Nov. 8, seniors who are 18 years old are able to vote for their first time. I am looking forward to physically going and feeling like Im contributing my voice to something important, senior Maria Nguyen said.
Off to the Polls: Seniors vote for the first time
Mary-Kathryn Wert, Print Co-Editor-in-Chief • November 7, 2022
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Buzzing in during practice, seniors Marialuna Schreiner Cintron and Jordan White prepare for Scholars Bowl.
On the Dueling Grounds: Scholars bowl team faces Rockhurst in first competition
Jamie Weiss, Staff Writer • November 15, 2022

The sounds of pencils frantically scribbling fill the room. The teams began to quietly whisper until the buzzer lit up which created a suspenseful silence....

Preparing for the homecoming game, junior Luke Atwell practices the routine with the rest of the drumline.
Drumming up Applause: Junior Luke Atwell puts his musical skills to work in drumline
Luke Crawford, Staff Writer • November 14, 2022

There’s a reason soldiers used to march into battle with drums. No other instrument can match them for sheer power. The effect produced from the rhythmic...

Behind the scenes of the musical Oklahoma!, junior Evie McBride manages the lighting system. This musical marks her seventh production as the lighting designer. “As the lighting designer, it gets a little stressful when things you have programmed do not go the way you planned,” McBride said. “Overall, though, it is a really good experience.”
Lights, Props, Action: Students perform background work for fall musical
Jamie Weiss, Staff Writer • November 11, 2022

The lights brightened and the curtains shifted which revealed a stage decorated to look like a farm, complete with fences and a butter churn. A hush fell...

Holding a spirit sign, junior Ainsley Murray smiles at the crowd while participating in a cheer. The pep assembly hosted on Nov. 11 celebrated the boys soccer teams win at state, as well as the cheer and dance teams.
Stag Spirit: Miege celebrates soccer state title, cheer and dance
Mary-Kathryn Wert, Print Co-Editor-in-Chief • November 12, 2022

Speaking to the crowd around her, junior Bianca Bair performs a monologue. She is playing the role of Aunt Eller in the musical. I like how maternal she is, Bair said. She is kind of sarcastic and witty, which I can definitely be at times.
Happy Halloween: Miege celebrates with pep assembly
Mary-Kathryn Wert, Print Co-Editor-in-Chief • November 1, 2022

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