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Defund the police? How it looks like in Minneapolis

Leo Bessler

October 19, 2020

After the death of George Floyd at the hands of the Minneapolis police department, widespread anti-police brutality protests have swept across the nation. One of the dominant messages championed by activists was that of defunding...

How a potential return to school may work

Jacob Neeb

October 19, 2020

School has been online for two months now and it appears to be staying like this for a little while longer. With Zoom calls seeming to last longer and longer and the lack of a true senior year shadowing over the class of 2021,...

The legacy of Ruth Bader Ginsburg

AJ McCann

October 18, 2020

“As the first woman Dean of Students at Bellarmine, I look up to Ruth Bader Ginsburg for the role she played in ensuring women are treated without prejudice,” said [principal Cindy] Davis.

Restaurant Review: Blue Agave and Macaluso’s

Aiden Patel

October 18, 2020

After the long months of quarantine, one of things people missed most was eating out. By this time, many of you have already masked up and gone out to eat at the best restaurants in Tacoma. However, during over the past couple ...

Is one gender favored over another at Bellarmine?

Maren Jones and Taraneh Moeni

October 18, 2020

High school is difficult for everyone, but boys have challenges others may never have to think about. School sports are a stressor in general, but it is arguably more difficult to make the men’s sports teams. With more boys playi...

Keep student spirit high during quarantine

Liam Emerick

September 16, 2020

With Coronavirus still surging throughout Washington, this next school year is online for the foreseeable future. On top of this, students will not be able to participate in fall sports or any large organized activities. ...

Tips and tricks on how to deal with online school

Aiden Patel

September 16, 2020

Does it feel harder to stay focused and engaged during online school? Are you finding it difficult to stay energized and up to date on your school work? If you answered yes to one or both of these questions don’t worry, this...

Bellarmine’s response to offenses against Diversity, Equity, Inclusion

Taraneh Moeni

September 16, 2020

First and foremost, what is DEI? This acronym refers to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion within a business, workplace, or school. Many corporations, small businesses, colleges, and high schools around the United States have a DEI S...

Bellarmine slams students with an earlier online start

Jacob Neeb

September 16, 2020

Bellarmine has determined that 8 a.m. starts would be the best fit for the 2020 online school year. This is a very controversial decision throughout the student body. On one end of the spectrum the students will receive an extra...

Current State of COVID-19 in Pierce County

Leo Bessler

September 16, 2020

With the first day of online school already behind us and the threat of 80 minute zoom calls ever more present, now is a better time than ever to revisit the possibility of returning to school. Nearly a month ago, Pierce County...

My life as a COVidiot

Regan Marsh

September 16, 2020

COVidiot, a term which has been circling around the beaches of Florida, describes a person who does not take the necessary steps in order to prevent the spread of coronavirus. Although I did not test positive for the virus, the...

Australia is on Fire: Proof of Climate Change

Aysan Razmjouy, Print Specialist

February 24, 2020

In these past several weeks you may have noticed that the Australia fires have erupted in the news. There has been great devastation and environmental damage throughout Australia in the recent weeks. Millions of animals and...

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