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Follies features skits, music in 70th year

Follies features skits, music in 70th year

As a last hurrah in their SLUH careers, the class of 2015 will continue a tradition started in 1945: Senior Follies. On Saturday and Sunday, seniors will perform about 15 skits, 11 songs, and 4 featured videos chock-full of inside jokes gathered from their four years at SLUH as their farewell performance.

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Follies features skits, music in 70th year

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As a last hurrah in their SLUH careers, the class of 2015 will continue a tradition started in 1945: Senior Follies. On Saturday and Sunday, seniors will perform about 15 skits, 11 songs,

April 23, 2015 COMMENTS

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Politics SLUH Politics Club runs new blog

Jesuits in Congress, Ferguson, and Rams football: all are featured on Politicus Et Bonis Tracto, the SLUH Politics Club blog that made its debut in early

January 15, 2015 COMMENTS

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Longest Sisyphus sells out in single day

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On Monday, the Sisyteers of St. Louis U. High released their art and literary magazine Sisyphus, which, to the dismay of quarter-clutching students, sold out on its first day of distribution.

February 6, 2014 COMMENTS

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National championships and singing songs: it’s Doc

He’s toured and performed in Germany, Austria, Italy, Greenland, Iceland, Newfoundland, Labrador, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Puerto Rico, Cuba, Antigua, Eleuthera, Panama, Yugoslavia, and Israel. He owns several houses, including a 26-room mansion.

April 23, 2015 COMMENTS

Features

Home Away For Christmas: alumni celebrating in foreign lands

  Editor’s note: Last Saturday, the Prep News emailed over 30 alumni living in different countries around the world, asking for a “postcard” to share something about Christmas in their country. Here are several

December 11, 2014 COMMENTS

Sports Features

18 for 18: New AD Muskopf, ’91, talks about past experiences and future ideas

Marty Johnson: Have you always known that you wanted to be in sports administration? Chris Muskopf: I think I’ve always had a love for sports. My dad coached several things when I was younger,

April 23, 2015 COMMENTS

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Clear eyes, full hearts lead football to successful 7-3 record

The lights might have gone out on the St. Louis U. High football team’s season, but the 7-3 Jr. Bills have nothing to hang their heads about. In a season that featured games

November 13, 2014 COMMENTS

Conversation of the Week

18-for-18: Sebek, ’00, a leader in STL sports community, started at SLUH

Sports editor Marty Johnson sat down with Matt Sebek, ’00, to discuss his Twitter presence and the inspiration for his Rookies app, an app that helps you create your own baseball cards. Sebek

April 16, 2015 COMMENTS

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Volume 79 Staff

Editor-in-Chief
Sam Fentress

News Editor
Jack Kiehl

Sports Editors
Marty Johnson
Kevin Murphy

Core Staff
Nolen Doorack
Connor FitzGerald
Leo Heinz
Keith Thomas

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Sam Chechik
Sam Heagney
Charlie Mueth
Tim Nile
Jack Sinay
Joe Slama

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Patrick Enderle

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Giuseppe Vitellaro

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