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New Faces at the Hall

Ava Neels and Jamison Jenkins

October 16, 2017


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There are many updates at Nerinx Hall this year, including the addition of new faculty and staff to several departments. There are new faces in the Counseling Center, Library, Spirit Shop, Math department, English department, Science department, and Admissions.  Ms. Judi Timmons is the new colle...

2017-2018 Class Officers

Theresa Sholy, reporter

May 5, 2017


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Without fail, every passing spring at Nerinx Hall brings with it new beginnings; one of these changes is class elections. Students cast their nominations at the start of April, and election campaigns were up and running soon after. The race was tight and the competition fierce, with posters plastered ...

Delight in Diversity

Delight in Diversity

Claire Capelli, Features Editor

February 27, 2017


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On the day before the Inauguration, Nerinx Hall students, faculty, and staff took to the EAC for the annual Peace and Justice and Diversity Assembly. Due to rising racial tensions across the United States, especially in St. Louis, this year’s assembly focused on race relations and diversity within ...

Wellness Assembly: “It Can Happen to Anyone”

Wellness Assembly: “It Can Happen to Anyone”

Julia Budd, Reporter

February 24, 2017


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Fact: People who drink alcohol by the time they are fourteen years old are four times more likely to become addicted than people who wait until they are twenty-one. On Thursday, January 12, Brandon Costerison, from the National Council on Alcoholism & Drug Abuse (NCADA), and Sarah Roberts, a fo...

Slam Poetry Takes Nerinx by Storm

Slam Poetry Takes Nerinx by Storm

Katie Miromonti, Reporter/Cartoonist

November 11, 2016


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Everyone wants his or her voice to be heard. At Nerinx Hall, students are able to express themselves in a variety of ways. Whether through sports, theater, or academics, Nerinx girls make their marks. On Thursday, October 6th, Nerinx Hall’s Writer’s Society sponsored a Slam Poetry Workshop. During ...

The Preparation Payed Off

The Preparation Payed Off

Kiley Brennan, Reporter

November 11, 2016


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Open House is one of the most anticipated events of the year, for both current and prospective Nerinx students. This exciting day also comes with great responsibility and necessary effort on the part of the entire Nerinx Hall community. This year, hundreds of prospective students and their families fil...

Nerinx Hall’s New Masterpiece

Nerinx Hall’s New Masterpiece

Laura Smith, Reporter

November 11, 2016


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“We are friends of Mary at the foot of the cross.” Soon, these empowering words of the Sisters of Loretto will be on display as part of a mosaic in the front hall. Last year, Art Club decided to create a mosaic to bring color to the gray front lobby. The mosaic itself will consist of three large pie...

A French Flair in The Hall

A French Flair in The Hall

Alyssa Nowotny and Noelle Ullery

November 3, 2016


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Every year, Nerinx students host French exchange students for two weeks. Starting last week, the French exchange arrived, bringing their culture into St. Louis through their outfits and accents. The students, several girls and one boy, have visited many tourist attractions: the Zoo, Busch Stadium, and...

Sex Trafficking Seminar: STL

Sex Trafficking Seminar: STL

Grace Schmidt, Co-Editor-In-Chief

October 27, 2016


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On September 28th, adults and students from the St. Louis area met in the Mary Queen of Peace grade school gym to learn about a rising problem in St. Louis: sex trafficking. Based on statistics from the United Nations, sex trafficking is a 9.5 billion dollar business, and this year the Department Of...

New Staff

New Staff

Laura Smith, Reporter

September 15, 2016


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Nerinx Hall’s staff lineup for 2016-17 is looking good! With a whopping total of eight new staff members, the Hall is looking better than ever. Almost every department has a new addition to the team, each bringing new teaching techniques and teaching styles to the table. The new head of Campus Mini...

New Year, New Nerinx

New Year, New Nerinx

Grace Schmidt, Co-Editor-In-Chief

September 15, 2016


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Each year, students enter Nerinx Hall for the start of a new school year. Over the past 9 years Nerinx has made major renovations to the facade and interior of the building that students call home. The Heagney Theater was added in 2007, gifting Nerinx with a state of the art theater, new classrooms, a ...

Bigger Than A Bracelet

Bigger Than A Bracelet

Claire Capelli, Reporter

September 14, 2016


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If you have ever wanted to have the universe at your fingertips, or rather on your wrist, Bea Doheny, a former Nerinx alumna, has you covered. Setting out to combine her love of astronomy and the arts, Bea launched a line of jewelry, known as AstronoBEAds, on Earth Day 2016. The collection of jewelry...

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