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Mr. Turska spices up the cafeteria with new foods, plates, and...

This year, hungry students may have noticed some stations were moved around, new plates and cups, and some new products added. But the most discussed change might be the price increase on certain foods, particularly at the burger station.

Student Life

School administration shakes up the schedule

On Wednesday, September 13, the school introduced a new schedule to their already expansive list of timetables – the common period.

Arts

Sports

The Tribe 2017: There’s always next year

It is hard to soak in that the 102-60 Indians lost in the first round of the American Division League Series. If I were to sum up their season in one sentence, it would have to be, “The season only matters if you win a ring.”

Football Preview: The road to 12

With several returning starting seniors, the team brings both talent and experience, including legendary Coach Chuck Kyle ‘69 who is now entering his 35th year as head coach of the football program.

Soccer Preview: Wildcat soccer team pursues 9th title

Becoming 8 time back to back to back to back state champions is no easy task. But that is exactly what this year's soccer cats have in mind.

Golf Preview: A team on the rise

“I think we have a nice mix of seasoned players along with younger guys that can make us a real state contender."

Cross Country Preview: Young, hungry, talented team aims for state tournament

After last year’s top 10 finish at the State Tournament, the Wildcats are looking forward to another year to compete for a state championship. With new members adding depth to the team, the future is very promising.

Rugby Cats defeat St. Eds for third trophy

The 2016-2017 season for the Saint Ignatius Rugby team can be seen as nothing short of a roller coaster ride. After dropping two pivotal games to Archbishop Moeller and Penn towards the end of the season, the team was forced to reexamine their identity.