The Spirit

Project Damen

Mia Gentile and Josie Allie December 5, 2022

With freshmen eating in Damen Hall this year, lunch is looking a bit different. One could think that Damen Hall has everything a freshman needs to have a pleasant lunch experience. It may have beanbags...

Homecoming: Then vs Now

Homecoming: Then vs Now

Moria Grant and Brigid Iannelli December 5, 2022

The mention of homecoming can bring about a multitude of emotions for countless American high schoolers. On one hand, it is an exciting social experience with activities that often extend beyond the...

Passing Period Problems

Betania Demisse December 5, 2022

With over four hundred new freshmen this year, the hallways have been more packed than ever. From getting to class at 7:55 AM to trying to leave the school at 3:00 PM, students are struggling to navigate...

“Have a seat!” But where?

“Have a seat!” But where?

For underclassmen and women, this in person, full Wolfpack schedule year is a brand new experience. This is their first year in high school and  the first time sophomores get a “normal Ignatius” high...

Will Mulchrone ‘22 celebrates with Vinny Rugai ‘23 after a touchdown. Courtesy of Ella Tovey.

The Pack is Back!

Janean Edmond '23 January 6, 2022

The Wolfpack is back and it’s about time! Being back in school full time has made the Wolfpack feel much larger, and a huge freshman class has joined the Pack.  However, bigger classes mean bigger...

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...

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