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That’s the Spirit: The Heagney Theater Ghost 

Lana Hill, Writer February 18, 2020

Though Nerinx’s Heagney Theater may not seem spooky at first glance, theaters all across the globe have been known to house ghosts, and ours is no exception. From acting classes and late night rehearsals...

Photo Credit: Jeroným Pelikovský from Pixabay

Making a Heaven of Hell: A Comparison of Nerinx Hall to Dante’s Inferno

Tess Patti, Writer February 18, 2020

Nerinx is a second home to many, and lots of spots in the building feel like a slice of heaven. However, a good portion of the school was built in 1954. Therefore, some rooms and areas around the Hall...

“I go to Nerinx” – Back Again!

Megan Boyll, Writer February 18, 2020

We are revamping the “I Go to Nerinx” column of Hallways. This was a section of the paper for a long time, and we are bringing it back! Find the link to submit your own below. You know you go to...

Spring Break Getaway: the Reality Check Checklist for your Dream Vacation

Spring Break Getaway: the Reality Check Checklist for your Dream Vacation

Sydney Banstetter March 13, 2019

Spring Break is coming up soon! Whether you’re staying home or going to a fun resort, you’re probably just happy to have a break from the stress of school. However, this break can also bring its own...

What to Watch: Oscars Edition

What to Watch: Oscars Edition

Maya Neufeld-Wall March 13, 2019

Sunday, February 24, at 7 P.M, celebrities took the stage to celebrate the most highly-acclaimed movies of the year. This year, I saw all the movies nominated for best picture, and here is what I thought:...

Photographer: Cela Cashel

New Phone Policy, Who Dis?

Maya Neufeld-Wall November 2, 2018

A new year at Nerinx Hall brings many new changes, one of which is relaxed rules on cell phone usage during the school day. Students can now have their phones out during contact period and during all lunches...

Photographer: Cela Cashel

Senior Traditions

Halle Jackson November 2, 2018

As long as the Class of 2019 has been at Nerinx, they have been excitedly awaiting senior year. The opportunity to be the leaders of the school, anchor the morning show, and participate in countless other...

Photographer: Molly Schrock

Vegan Chocolate Churros!

Molly Schrock, Reporter July 2, 2018

First of all, the ingredients that you will need are: FOR THE VEGAN CHURROS: 1/2 cup sugar 1 1/2 Tablespoons sugar 1 1/2 teaspoons ground cinnamon 1 cup water 1/2 teaspoon salt 2...

Women’s History Month Video

Cela Cashel, Extracurricular Editor March 29, 2018

Graphic by  John Liang via The Tower (https://thetowerphs.com/2018/02/arts-and-entertainment/the-oscars-2018-who-will-take-the-win/)

Let’s Go to the Movies: Oscars 2018

Maya Neufeld-Wall March 28, 2018

On March 4, the best actors, actresses, technicians, and films of the year were given the highest honors at the 90th Academy Awards. This year, a fantastic crop of films were nominated for best picture....

12 Things I Wish I’d Known Starting the College Application Process

12 Things I Wish I’d Known Starting the College Application Process

Katie Miromonti March 28, 2018

Every person’s college process is different. An undecided student has a different college process than someone who knows they want to go to medical or law school. A student with an older sibling who...

Featured sophomore Maggie Schulte

10 Tips for Single People this Valentine’s Day

Caroleina Hassett, Reporter February 4, 2018

February 14th: the day most people dread when they do not have a significant other to spend the holiday with. But, who declared that being single on Valentine’s Day was a bad thing? As a matter of fact,...

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