Should the Brave be our Mascot? Yes!

George Kite, Staff Writer

March 23, 2016

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  When Brebeuf was founded in 1962, the Brave was the main mascot of the school, often represented with the portrait of a Native American, a tomahawk, or an arrow. In recent years, the depiction of a Native American person...

Stress Among Students: It’s All Your Fault

Gino Maley, Opinion Editor

March 23, 2016

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  Well kids, we’re well into the second semester, and you know what that means: heaps of homework and endless stress. It’s a defining characteristic of the latter half of the year that it be filled with stressors and...

My Kairos Cross: What It Means To Me

Jake Sipes-Salter, Staff Writer

March 23, 2016

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Kairos is one of the most integral parts of the Brebeuf Jesuit experience. From the first week I arrived, perhaps the most interesting thing I heard about was Kairos. The weeks leading up to the experience dragged, and the anticipation...

Political Discussion at Brebeuf

Kevin O’Sullivan, News & Features Editor

March 23, 2016

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  Politics and religion are powerful things. The belief system that an individual subscribes to can determine his or her moral, spiritual, and practical view of the world. When government officials debate with integrity,...

Frivolous or Frugal?

Dorian McCarroll, Staff Writer

March 23, 2016

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  $14,250. That was the tuition price for my freshman year here at Brebeuf. If the tuition stayed that price for all four years, that would equate to $57,000, but it has not stayed constant. Over the course of my almost...

Student Section Stifled

Isaac Rhodes and Lucas Robins

March 23, 2016

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  Sitting in the stands of Brebeuf basketball games last year, we felt a thorough enjoyment while watching the Braves play. The whole team was fired up and excited to compete, but the real intensity and enthusiasm came...

Will it Vend?

Will it Vend?

February 2, 2016

The Prequel Menace

Gino Maley, Opinion Editor

February 2, 2016

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I know, I know. I actually think that the Star Wars Prequels aren’t terrible. Surprising, yes, heretical to some, even. But before you dismiss this piece and label me a “prequel apologist;” I do think that for all the thing...

Barack Obama

William Beckman, Co-Editor in Chief

February 2, 2016

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Over the last eight years, President Obama has done a lot. From enacting the famous (or infamous, depending on your perspective) “Obamacare” to preventing a second Great Depression, it is undeniable that President Obama has...

Accepting Your Acceptance

Elizabeth Saunders, Staff Writer

February 2, 2016

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Although only seniors have to deal with the madness now, it’s something that will affect every Brebeuf student at some point: college applications. As decision season picks up for seniors this year, it’s important to stop...