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Bankrupted Brothers: St. Paul’s Life in the Great Depression

Author’s Note:  Most local residents know the core history of the St. Paul’s School through both written records and stories that have been passed down. The school has had three generations of ownership. Dixon Academy (1900-1909) was a short-lived co-educational college preparatory school, which housed and taught students with the goal to proceed to Tulane […]

Student-Made Documentary Chronicles Life of Bro. Ray

(COVINGTON, La.) — Student cinematographers from the Guerilla Wolves video club have released a documentary to profile Bro. Ray Bulliard, FSC,’s life as a Christian Brother. Bro. Ray has been the longest-tenured administrative leader in St. Paul’s history. You can watch the full one-on-one interview conducted by Sophomore Andy Smith below. Cinemotography: Brandon Gallego and […]