Friday, May 9
The PULSE Radio uploaded a new show, “Hot Salsa Reviews,” which features PULSE First Mate Jack Zimmerman eating insanely spicy salsa and reviewing the new remake of “Robocop.” The show came from an idea suggested by sophomore Grant Ludwig. To listen to the show, visit www.sluh.org/pulse.
The Honor Code Committee met in M221 for its first large meeting to discuss the purpose of an honor code. Junior Nick Perryman has been in contact with the committee this week via email, and sent the University of Notre Dame’s Honor Code as an example. The group will meet again today.
The senior class practiced in the Commons for its graduation and then had a barbecue on the Upper Field.
Saturday, May 10
An Alum Sports Trivia was held in the Si Commons, organized by Mark Hennelly, ‘03. One hundred seventy-five players participated on 28 teams. Local radio host Tim McKernan, ‘94, emceed the eight rounds of trivia.
Sunday, May 11
The annual spring Chorus Concert was held at 4 p.m. in the Schulte Theater. A cappella Club sang the Australian folk song “Waltzin’ Matilda” at the chorus concert. The song featured onomatopoeic sounds of a didgeridoo and bushwahzee. The Spring Dance Concert was themed around an international journey and included a rendition of “Jai Ho,” a dance from Slumdog Millionaire.
Monday, May 12
A former Saturday Night Live, Tonight Show, and current Key and Peele writer held a Q & A in the theater. See the article on page one of this week’s Prep News.
Yearbook met to submit pages before their deadline.
Thomas à Kempis Club met to read chapter 18 of The Imitation of Christ while chewing on doughnuts and drinking milk.
A group of a cappella singers from Yale performed in the Si Commons.
Tuesday, May 13
The newly elected Student Council members met to plan summer meetings and next year’s Spirit Week. Other new ideas such as a “Fan of the month” and STUCO forums were discussed.
Carl Heumann, S.J., celebrated the Mothers’ Club Officer Installation Mass in the SLUH Chapel. The current and future members then headed to the Si Commons where a dinner was held.
Wednesday, May 14
Staycation finished up plans for its last adventure of the school year: an exploration tomorrow of two St. Louis French neighborhoods, Soulard and Lafayette Square. Spots are still available. Email firstname.lastname@example.org by 3 p.m. today.
Thursday, May 15
Freshman Pastoral Team met for its final meeting to discuss ideas for the next year while eating Papa John’s Pizza.
Pax Christi held its last meeting of the year to discuss the upcoming Pax Christi/Gadfly concert on Tuesday, May 26. The group then used Google Forms to take a survey of what members wanted to focus on next year. The top three issues were fair trade, raising awareness on the death penalty, and educating on militarism.
SLUHPAC met to discuss what the group would look like next year. Afterwards, those present talked about the Navy SEALS LeapFrog event, which has drawn three letters to the Prep News over the last two weeks.