The Man Behind the Lights

The Man Behind the Lights

Jacob Klus '18
May 16, 2017
Filed under Features, People of RJ

Lights are a crucial part to the production of a play, Without people controlling the lights the play would be missing a key component. Junior Austin Williams is one of these important behind the scenes members. “I chose to do lights because I knew some people that were doing theater and they ...

Anders and Clancy Erickson ’18: Two is better than One

Anders and Clancy Erickson ’18: Two is better than One

Sydney Lindquist 18'
May 16, 2017
Filed under Features, People of RJ

From the outside Twin siblings Anders and Clancy Erickson '18 could not be more different. Anders stands well over six feet tall while Clancy is barely over five feet and Anders' dark brown hair is far less shocking than Clancy's fiery red locks. However, they share a special bond and have a rela...

Melissa Martin – The New Girls Golf Coach

Melissa Martin – The New Girls Golf Coach

Emma Proctor '19
May 16, 2017
Filed under Features, Sports

Melissa Martin – The New Girls Golf Coach The Regis Jesuit girl’s golf team was introduced to a new head coach for the 2017 spring golf season. With a great passion for the sport and a love for coaching, Melissa Martin seized the role of head coach as she joined the Regis girls for an am...

The St. John Francis Regis Ceremony

The St. John Francis Regis Ceremony

Fiona O'Doherty
May 16, 2017
Filed under Features, Uncategorized

Joyful, cold, and art. These are the three words that former Regis Jesuit High School President Father Steele chose to describe the St. John Francis Regis statue ceremony. The ceremony took place on the cold night of December fourth after the President's reception. A multitude of alumni, staff, donors,...

Prodigy Hockey Goalie David Zalessky

Prodigy Hockey Goalie David Zalessky

Ally Pfeiffer
May 16, 2017
Filed under Features, Sports

"Canada, Here He Comes!" Written by Alexandria Pfeiffer From the very first conversation that I had with David I could tell that his story was unlike most other young people his age. David Zalessky is a Junior National Hockey League (NHL) player. This amazing 16 year old doesn't spend his ...

Motherhood In The Sisterhood: Our Office Administrators

Motherhood In The Sisterhood: Our Office Administrators

Sophia Marcinek & Hayley Cook '20
May 16, 2017
Filed under Features, People of RJ, Showcase

When you walk into the Regis Jesuit girls division main office you are treated with the friendly faces of the Office Administrators. Mrs. Bordewyk, Mrs. Cattelino, and Mrs. Prohira. All of these wonderful ladies help the school run. From being in charge of clubs such as ambassadors as well as...

The Girl Who Saved 27 Tiny Lives

The Girl Who Saved 27 Tiny Lives

Finn Barbieri '19
May 16, 2017
Filed under Features, Features, People of RJ

When you walk into the Banuelos’ home, the living room sounds like a thriving rainforest of chirps, barks, and “Holas!”, and the smell of homemade dinner fills the kitchen. Walk a bit further and you can see Ruby, typically standing on her perch. Confusion is usually the reaction people...

Parkour with Jason Cox ’19

Parkour with Jason Cox ’19

Josh Weis '19
May 15, 2017
Filed under Features, People of RJ

Jumping from rail to rail and flying through the air, this is parkour. Parkour is defined as “the activity or sport of moving rapidly through an area, typically in an urban environment, negotiating obstacles by running, jumping, and climbing,” but is there more to it? I set off to find out, ...

A Digital Pioneer: Senior Sean Clare and Esports

A Digital Pioneer: Senior Sean Clare and Esports

Jackson Dean
May 15, 2017
Filed under Club Jump In, Features, Features, People of RJ

His fingers dance across the keyboard, their swift movements look like a blur, yet each motion is calculated and intentional. RJ Senior, Sean Clare, cofounder of the RJ E-Sports Club, sits in front of a glowing monitor after school, leading a digital assault on a line of tanks, advancing ...

A Long Way From Home

A Long Way From Home

Leo McCabe '19
May 15, 2017
Filed under Features

It takes courage to venture out of your comfort zone. Sophomores Jorge Esteban and Oriol Sabatar have done just that. In fact, they've gone over 5,000 miles from Spain to Colorado. "I just wanted a new experience," says Oriol of his decision to study at Regis Jesuit for a year. ...

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