Story by: Jayden Jones, Columnist Photo courtesy of aesthetecurator.com It’s an interesting experience, talking to a high school senior. By interesting, I mean cringe-worthy. My least favorite thing about conversing with […]
Michigan Vape Ban: May Cause More Harm Than Good
Story by: Leah Ash, Columnist Photo courtesy of Canva Vaping has become a favored past time of teenagers nationally, to the point where it has become an issue. E-cigarettes were originally made […]
The freshman fifteen: Fifteen tips to succeeding in your first year of college
Editor in Chief, Elizabeth Schoof, offers 15 tips to succeeding in the first year of college.
The assumption that mothers need to stay home is sexist, outdated
Opinion Editor Anna-Jo Stuart writes responds to an old editorial that says women need to stay home.
The importance of news in our busy lives
Editor-in-chief Kirsten Fedorowicz talks about why paying attention to the news is an empathetic act.
Gun violence in America, in light of an NRA investigation
In light of the investigation into the NRA, The Saint has decided to rerun a poignant opinion piece by now Editor-in-Chief Elizabeth Schoof.
Sr. Aquinas Weber Hall: A Beauty
Columnist Mason Glanville gives his thoughts on Sr. Aquinas Weber Hall and the opinions being shared.
Climate Change: Put your party aside
Managing Editor Ty Smith gives his thoughts on our government’s use of climate change as a means of dividing political parties.
Hitting the snooze button on daylight savings
Columnist Jonah Chickering gives his thoughts on the negative impacts of daylight savings and why it should be stopped.
Unequal Experiences: Why unpaid internships should be eliminated
Opinion Intern Anna-Jo Stuart shares her thoughts on the significance of unpaid internships and the long standing impact that they have on students.