OPINION: Government Must Regulate ISPs — History’s Lesson on Monopolies

Today (Dec. 14), the FCC votes on a repeal of Net Neutrality, a set of regulations for internet service providers (ISPs), the companies that provide internet access to millions of Americans. The regulations prevent ISPs from selectively blocking, slowing or charging higher fees for its services. Many oppose Net Neutrality because its regulations entangle the […]

Principal Trevor Watkins Shares Experiences on Recent Education Excursion to China

(COVINGTON, La.) Principal Trevor Watkins recently traveled to China this past October for a 12-day inside look at their schools and educational system. Watkins traveled with multiple Catholic school principals to do three things: meet prospective students for a possible exchange program, learn about the Chinese educational system, present our educational techniques to Chinese principals. […]

Annual Advent Luminaria Celebration Set for Tuesday Night (Dec. 12)

(COVINGTON, La.) Originally scheduled for last week and rescheduled due to inclement weather, St. Paul’s will put on its annual Advent Luminaria Celebration this Tuesday, Dec. 12, throughout the St. Paul’s School campus. The Student Council, along with other clubs at the school, has worked diligently the past few weeks planning the event and will […]

Engineering Student Assists Architects in Benilde Renovation Plans

(COVINGTON, La.) Kyle Schmitt, a senior in St. Paul’s School’s Engineering Development and Design class, is contributing to the design process in anticipation of the Benilde Hall renovations, scheduled to start January 2018. “I’m working on, from a student’s perspective, what kind of design would be most effective at St. Paul’s,” Schmitt said. “My job is […]

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