Honors World History Students Scramble to Complete Hefty Fourth Quarter Project

(COVINGTON, La.) Sophomores in Kevin Moore’s World History Honors class recently completed their research papers on the history of one of six European countries: Prussia, England, Spain, Russia, France or Germany. “I assign this project every year because it encourages teamwork and helps students develop presentation skills, and also, of course, to learn the history […]

April 2018 Wolftracks

(COVINGTON, La.) This month’s issue of Wolftracks features recaps of the many reunions held in April, as well as a photo spread from the 9th Annual Alumni Crawfish Cookoff. Readers will also get an update on the Benilde Hall renovation project and learn about various alumni and student successes and campus happenings from the month, […]

[satire] CRY WOLF: Josh Rovira Under Investigation for Colluding with Jesuit during Student Council Election

Cry Wolf Satirical News. (COVINGTON, La.) An investigation has been opened into newly-elected St. Paul’s Student Council President Josh Rovira for colluding with the Jesuit High School Student Council during the recent 2018 St. Paul’s Student Council election. The investigation into Rovira and his campaign team was opened after it was discovered that the Jesuit […]

St. Paul’s Growing Parking Dilemma to Be Fixed..But at a Cost

(COVINGTON, La.) The St. Paul’s tennis courts have proudly stood at the corner of S. Jefferson Avenue and W. 12th Avenue for decades.  The two-and-a-half court set up has evidently worked well for the state championship-winning tennis program. Although, in recent years it has become increasingly dilapidated. However, due to the ever-increasing issue of parking spaces, […]

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