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Club Erin, one of the many clubs who participated in the Festival of Nations

A Festival of Ignatian Nations

Isabela Cabrera May 2, 2021

    The Ignatius community is preparing for the activities for Festival of Nations this March, a time for people to showcase their pride and appreciation for their ethnic backgrounds. One student from...

What it Means to be Christian: An Interview with SICP’s Father Kalenzi

“Let’s hope for that day where there is something like the Kingdom of God at Saint Ignatius—where it's easy for a white student to join BOSS, ALAS, Club Asia; where we have people who feel happy in spaces with people who are different; where we don’t see each other primarily as Black or White or Asian or Latino, but as children of God.”

Celebrating Women’s History Month at Saint Ignatius

Ava Garibay ‘22 May 2, 2021

On February 28, 1909, the Socialist Party of America organized what would later be known as the 1st International Women’s Day in Manhattan. In 1987, March was officially deemed Women’s History Month....

5 Tips To Keep Up Your Motivation and Mental Health

Ava Garibay ‘22 May 2, 2021

It has always been difficult to maintain our mental health and motivation during this time of year. With a pandemic going on, our stress is heightened more than ever. In other words, I think we can all...

Jennifer Doudna’s CRISPR discovery.

How Women Revolutionized Modern Science

Emily Greenawalt ‘23 May 2, 2021

In light of this past Women’s History Month, it is important to recognize women in one of the most male-dominated fields across the globe: STEM. Women make up about 28% of the STEM workforce, and wage...

Stacey Abrams, leader of voter registration efforts in Georgia’s 2020 elections.

How Georgia Turned Blue

Alaina McGill ‘22 March 2, 2021

Since the Presidential Election of 1996, the Republican Party has consistently prevailed in Georgia, dependent upon a reliable, and predominantly white, voting base. Since 2003, the state has had exclusively...

Amanda Gorman,  National Youth Poet Laureate.

Amanda Gorman, Wordsmith and Change-Maker

March 1, 2021

“The hill we climb, if only we dare, it's because being American is more than a pride we inherit. It's the past we step into and how we repair it.” This famous line from Gorman’s Inauguration Day...

Watch What You Wear: the Importance of Sustainable Fashion

Ana Moller ‘23 March 1, 2021

When hanging out with friends these days, it is hard to find things to do together due to the pandemic. Maybe you are lucky enough to find a restaurant where you can sit outside on a nice day, or maybe...

St. Ignatius’ new take on AMDG in light of Covid restrictions.

Faith in an Online Format

Alaina McGill ‘22 March 1, 2021

As a school community, we at St. Ignatius have always revered the opportunity to celebrate our faiths together through mass, IVD days, and retreats surrounded by our peers. The integration of faith into...

Lady Gaga performing at the Biden Inauguration.

The Performances of the Inauguration

Tyler Martin ‘22 March 1, 2021

Joe Biden, the 46th President, was sworn into office on January 20th. For many, this was a joyous occasion and signified a fresh start. Joe Biden had the majority of Hollywood on his side during his campaigns...

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Are Buy One, Donate One Companies Ethical?

Amelia Prange ‘21 February 22, 2021

Chances are, you once owned a pair of the worldwide perfect pair of shoes, TOMS. TOMS is one of the first popular brands known for its one-for-one donation model that redesigned the basic idea of charity....

Remembering Those Who Passed in 2020

Remembering Those Who Passed in 2020

From Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg to Jeopardy! host Alex Trebek, the world lost some truly remarkable people this year. As we finally head into 2021, it feels appropriate to remember some...

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