The Amazing Megan Rielly

The Amazing Megan Rielly

MacKenzie Fisher '18

May 18, 2017


Filed under Features, People of RJ

How many sports can one person do? The normal person would think that maybe two or three, but not Megan Rielly. She decided that five sports would the number to beat. The sports she enjoy doings are skiing, volleyball, mountain biking, canoeing, and soccer "My parents had always wante...

Swim Coach Legacy: Mr. Mike Doherty

Swim Coach Legacy: Mr. Mike Doherty

William Towle '17

May 17, 2017


Filed under Features, People of RJ, Sports

Swimming has become quite a competitive sport over the last couple decades, especially for Regis Jesuit and the state of Colorado. Regis Jesuit Swimming is the only sport in the school with over 10+ state championship titles. Acquiring these titles would not have been possible not only with the athl...

RJ Presents: Mr. Tim Newton

RJ Presents: Mr. Tim Newton

Jackson Heath '17

May 17, 2017


Filed under Arts, Features, People of RJ

Teachers will always come and go. Most faculty members at Regis Jesuit cannot claim that they have dedicated more than half of their life to teaching at the school. Mr. Tim Newton is not one of those people. After 42 years as an art teacher at Regis Jesuit, Mr. Newton has certainly made an impact...

Carter Blackwell ’20 – Pilot in training

Carter Blackwell ’20 – Pilot in training

Josh Buck '20

May 17, 2017


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      Many people have told Carter Blackwell to reach for the skies all throughout his life. However, most people don't know he took their advice quite literally. Carter, a freshman, is a pilot in training. From a very young age, Carter was exposed to the world ...

Dominick Khong – One of the best youth competitive gamers in the country ’20

Chris Faber

May 17, 2017


Filed under Features, Features, More, People of RJ

  Freshman Dominick Khong takes a deep breath as he warms up his PC and prepares his controller for action. "I remember seeing the cars flying and being like, I wanna do that, so I did," he says of the first time he saw the tournament game Rocket League. Dominick is a competitive gamer who play...

Colin Yakely: Transfer Student

Colin Yakely: Transfer Student

Colin Armistead '19

May 17, 2017


Filed under Features, Opinions, People of RJ, RJ RADIO

The brotherhood. The one thing that makes Regis Jesuit unique is preached everyday within the brown stone walls, but for students like Colin Yakely, the brotherhood is hard to find. Colin Yakely, a sophomore at Regis Jesuit plans of transferring at the end of the 2016-2017 school year. To Colin, R...

RJ STEM Club – Prints in 3D

RJ STEM Club – Prints in 3D

Jack Fete '20

May 17, 2017


Filed under Club Jump In, People of RJ, Uncategorized

Within the glass wall of the RJ challenge lab in the Finn Library is a club that most students don’t know much about. The STEM club is a group of Freshmen who operate the 3D printers in the Lab. The club members in the lab work on many things in there, they design and print things, monitor the prin...

Driving the Bus: An interview with the RJ bus line

Xavier Brathwaite '20

May 17, 2017


Filed under Features, People of RJ

Who do you rely on in your everyday life? Maybe it's your friends, family or teachers, but what about the end of the day? Who do you trust to take you home after a long day of school? You guessed it! It's the friendly neighborhood Regis bus drivers! You can always turn to them for any questions or...

The Inside Scoop – The Freshman who does it all

The Inside Scoop – The Freshman who does it all

Jack Lyon '20, The Inside Scoop

May 17, 2017


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By: Jack Lyon '20 Whether he is scooping ice cream, playing lacrosse, or doing homework, Freshman Teddy Bender never slacks. Teddy is a tall, thin kid with a relaxed and likable manner. He is an athletic, studious and responsible 15 year old boy. Teddy has a job at Glacier, a local ice cream shop ...

Kevin Apicella, Equestrian Rider

Kevin Apicella, Equestrian Rider

Connor McCabe '18

May 17, 2017


Filed under Features, People of RJ

Learning how to ride a horse is not very difficult, but teaching a horse to jump through obstacles is something few can accomplish. Kevin Apicella competes in show jumping competitions. Most weekends during the school year, he spends his time competing against some of the best in the nat...

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