LADOTD Proposes Widening I-12 in New Project

(COVINGTON, La.) The Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development (DOTD) recently proposed a project that would widen Interstate 12 from about one mile west of the Louisiana Highway 21 interchange to the Highway 59 interchange a few miles east after traffic conditions have worsened. “Currently, I-12 consists of two travel lanes in each direction,” states to […]

Wolf’s Eye View: My Recent Experience in Rapidly Recovering Charlottesville

(CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va.)  Charlottesville, Virginia, recently saw a jaw-dropping display of a culture many thought had disappeared. On Aug. 11,  the campus of the University of Virginia and the surrounding town of Charlottesville were scattered with protesters, counter-protesters, and tens of thousands of petrified citizens caught in the middle of a historically terrifying riot. I was […]

Students Begin Taking Steps to Creating First Finance Club

(COVINGTON, La.)  St. Paul’s students began taking steps recently to bring real-world investment simulators and financial planning services to St. Paul’s campus. Excitement for the club originated last school year when students taking Brian Logarbo’s Economics and Finance class began experimenting with the stock market simulator Investopedia. “I always wanted to participate in Investopedia, but […]

Newly-Formed Debate Club Argues It’s the Best New Club on Campus

(COVINGTON, La)  Beginning this year, St. Paul’s School will have a Debate Club for the first time in decades. Formed by sophomore Hal Fox, the debate team will compete in the National Catholic Forensic League—which includes high schools across the United States and Canada—and will be moderated by Spanish I teacher Christina Zapata, Religion I […]

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