On a Pilgrimage for Life: The Jesuit Journey to Discover Trust in God

By Carina Morroni ‘20 Mr. Aric Serrano was one of hundreds of homeless men, lying on a bunk bed and…

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Tackling the Dust with Zen Otteson: Professional Sweeper

By Kendall Williams ’21 and Isabel Otteson ’20 Watch the video here.

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Mr. John Alexander, who experienced homelessness and now works to advocate for those in need.

The Importance of Serving the Homeless: Giving and Receiving

Mr. John Alexander, who experienced homelessness and now works to advocate for those in need. By Cara Williams ’21 “If…

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Chick Evans Scholarship For Caddies Gives Opportunities to RJ Students

Story and Photos By: Eliannah Angel-Lucero ‘19 Golf is not an easy sport. Whether it’s a professional or leisurely game,…

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Coach Woodley and Nolan Sargent Talk About the Upcoming RJ Hockey Season

Created By; Thomas Miner, Caleb Meriweather

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Swim and Dive State Championship in Pictures

By: Jack Ary 21′ Boys Swim and Dive won the 5A state championship on Saturday the 19th at the Veterans…

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Students Take AP Exams

By Laila Riedell ’21 From last Monday, May 7th, to this Friday, May 18th, more than half of the Regis…

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Spring Instrumental Concert 2018

By Laila Riedell ’21 On Tuesday, April 23rd in the Z Theater, our Regis Jesuit concert band and string orchestra…

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The Juniors Transition to Seniors

By Laila Riedell ’21 Last Wednesday, May 9th, marked the last day of classes for the Class of ’18. This…

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On a Pilgrimage for Life: The Jesuit Journey to Discover Trust in God

By Carina Morroni ‘20 Mr. Aric Serrano was one of hundreds of homeless men, lying on a bunk bed and staring into the dark, his mind wandering back to the previous day. He was supposed to be 534 miles from here in Des Moines, Iowa, visiting the church where he…

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RJ Women’s Homeless Initiative

By Harper Johnson ’19 There are over 550,000 people in the United Sates who are experiencing homelessness, according to a recent report by the Department of Housing and Urban Development, and a great many of them are women.  Women’s Homeless Initiative, run by Spanish teacher Ms. Vela, and Latin teacher…

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Girls Division Underclassmen Awards Ceremony

By Cara Williams and Ruth Woldemedhine 21′ This past Tuesday, May 1st, we had our annual Underclassmen Award Ceremony. Mrs. Kessler welcomed the ceremony with a prayer, and a reflection on the school year. Mr. Card started off the ceremony with an award appreciating the following parents for supporting the…

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