Editors’ note: News Editors Handley Hicks and Liam John sat down with theology teacher Matt Sciuto on Tuesday May 7 for an hour and six minutes. They talked about Sciuto’s time at SLUH with sports, teaching, photography, and important aspects of the school Sciuto loves. Sciuto, while sad to retire, presents the reasons for why it is time to go. Below is a condensed version of the conversation.
St. Louis U. High’s newest club, the Black Student Union (BSU), will hold an inaugural meeting at activity period on Monday, May 13.
Although senior Jalen White applied for multiple athletic scholarships, he ended up winning the one he least expected to get: the Carl Fricks Sportsmanship Scholarship.
After years of slow decline, St. Louis U. High’s all-school summer reading program has been tabled in hopes of reintroducing a similar, revitalized program in the coming years.
Known for his youthful energy, musical talents, and easy-going demeanor, Alumni Service Corps member and freshman English teacher Justin Seaton, ’13, is leaving St. Louis U. High, having impacted and inspired many students and faculty of the school.
After a year of serving at St. Louis U. High as an English teacher, coach, and advisor, Alum Service Corps (ASC) member Peter Lucier, ’08 is departing SLUH to pursue a law degree from St. Louis University.