Tag Archives: St. Paul’s

(Smarticle) In Defense of “Modern” Art (No, You Couldn’t Have Done That)

(COVINGTON, La.) — In today’s world, specifically in southeast Louisiana, there exist three unmentionables: veganism, California, and modern art. People like to be victims and this sentiment seems to have extended to several parts of the United States where the people feel as if their cultural identity is repressed in modern society and, more important, […]

Grandparent’s Day: An Event for the Ages

(COVINGTON, La.) — St. Paul’s students celebrated with their loved ones at the Grandparent’s Day ceremony on Oct. 12, 2018. Hundreds of students and grandparents gathered at the Briggs Assembly Center following school dismissal. Then, Brother Ray Bulliard, F.S.C., provided opening remarks for the ceremony and introduced Campus Minister Jeff Ramon ’08. Following an opening […]

New Theater Director Begins New Era in St. Paul’s Theater

St. Paul’s new theater director revealed the 2018-2019 season in a surprise announcement in the school’s century-old theater. In a divergence in St. Paul’s theater tradition, Gordon Carmadelle selected two plays based on their connection to current events: To Kill a Mockingbird and Newsies. “I chose Mockingbird because after all these years, it’s still and relevant and […]