What’s in the New PS4?

March 5, 2013

Last week, Sony broadcasted a live meeting on the newest addition to the Playstation family. After six years of waiting, the gaming community finally got a taste of the possibilities that a new PlayStation, the PS4, would offer. These...

The Lost Oscar: Kathryn Bigelow

Jordan Steele

March 4, 2013

At  the Academy Awards  there was an absence in the Best Director category. Kathryn Bigelow, who is the first woman to win Best Director and Best Picture for The Hurt Locker in 2009, should have been nominated this year for...

Confessions of a New Belieber

Audrey Manners

January 31, 2013

Although I would not consider myself a "Belieber", I was intrigued when offered the chance to attend the Justin Bieber concert at the Bridgestone Arena on January 18th. I only knew a few songs, but I thought it would be a fun...

Love Come Alive Review

Jordan Steele

December 4, 2012

Love Come Aliveis the music from "A Festival of Music for theCulture of Life", a Christian music festival that promotes the "hopes of restoring authentic culture through the arts."Upon first getting the album the buyer may expect...

Bernie: The Best Movie You Aren’t Watching

September 20, 2012

In this day and age, there are many movies that come out and seem to fly under the radar; either passing in and out of theaters over the course of a weekend, or being released straight to DVD. Unfortunately, there are the great...

Summer Reading Review

Audrey Manners

August 28, 2012

Summer reading is the annual drudgery of that bitter last Sunday afternoon of Summer. Well, let’s be honest, more like Sunday night… Monday morning. During this yearly expedition of literary exploration, lowlyfrosh and sage...

JPII: A Year in Review

Hannah Vickery

May 7, 2012

From the senior boys getting their blue pants back to the locking of junior girls in the  bathroom, from Mr. Weber’s weekly speeches to the celebrating of the school’s tenth anniversary, this school year has been quite the...

Memoirs of a Graduating Senior

Taylor Dunn

April 18, 2012

As four years come to a close, the seniors are ready to depart from this wonderful school and spread our hypothetical wings in the world.   Although some of the seniors might say they are ready to leabe and be done for...

Broekman on The Meaning of Catholic Education in a Post 9/11 World

Cailin Harris

November 21, 2011

September 11, 2001 marks a date in history that will not be forgotten by any means, due to the tragic terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center in New York. This date is also one that takes place just one short week before Mr....

10 Years Later in JPII History

Tiye Barnes

October 26, 2011

In the year 2002, the dream of a new Catholic high school in the city of Hendersonville, for the diocese of Nashville, finally became a reality. Some of the Board members who oversaw financing, building, and creating the vision...