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In the second half of the game, forward Michal Cagungun ‘25 holds off the Desert Vista defense to keep possession. Cagungun often uses speed and strength to get around defenders to pass the ball to teammates. (Photo courtesy of Nero Nuez)
Xavier soccer presses on toward state championship 4-peat
Ellie Hilsabeck, Staff Writer ♦ February 23, 2024

On February 21, the Xavier soccer team competed in the AIA Division 1 state semifinals against Desert...

Senator Mitzi Epstein holds up the menstrual equity bill she and Sharett worked on together. If the bill passes, all public restrooms in Arizona will contain free period products providing access to those who need them but are unable to afford them. (Photo courtesy of Ava Sharett)
Breaking boundaries: Ava Sharett strives to pass menstrual equity bill
Asiana Guang, Managing Editor and Best of SNO award-winning writer
The two most popular AI-generated research organizations, known as OpenAI and ChatGPT, have shown the United States a new fast-growing and adaptive version of technology by generating detailed answers to prompts inserted into the search engines.
Rise of AI: Future journalists, this is for you
Charley Fisher, News Editor and Best of SNO award-winning writer
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Written on a vintage typewriter are the profound insights on journalism by journalists Natalia Gomez del Campo and Catherine Alaimo. Both have taken the teachings of journalism to the collegiate level and are on their way to fulfilling dreams.
Ink & Impact: The transformative power of journalism
MJ Martinez, Editor-in-chief and Best of SNO award-winning writer ♦ February 29, 2024

At the heart of many campuses, there is a classroom of students, who behind the scenes learn lessons...

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Paying the price on Valentine’s Day: Why it is better to be single
Olivia Garcia, Connect Editor and Best of SNO award-winning writer
A young Macy Bonnett takes the stage as the lead in “Annie” in 2018. In early March she will continue her legacy and perform as the lead in Xavier’s production of “Mary Poppins.” (Photo courtesy of Renee Wekheiser)
Young actress pursues success
Chloe Beery, Arts & Entertainment Editor ♦ February 29, 2024

Macy Bonnett, a junior at Xavier and the...

After a win against Sunnyslope High School, the basketball team gathers around in celebration over its win against Sunnyslope. The team cheers and smiles as it prepares for the state game. (Photo courtesy of Zachary Carlson)
Xavier basketball strives to win first-ever state title
Savannah Landrum Taylor, Staff Writer ♦ February 29, 2024

On February 27, Xavier played Pinnacle High School,...

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Lola Lysak is a junior at Xavier College Prep. She is part of the XCP varsity swim team and the French Club. She enjoys spending time with her family and friends, watching Gilmore...

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During the Kairos 19 retreat, from January 29 to February 1, retreatants watch the sun set on Mount Claret, which boasts beautiful scenery and views. After a long day of getting to know each other, God, and themselves, they relax before eating dinner. (Photo courtesy of Olivia Robinson ‘24)
Debunking the 'mystery' of the Kairos retreat: Is attending worth it?
Kate Lum Lung, Faith in Action Editor ♦ February 23, 2024

Going on five years of Kairos tradition at...

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