A look back at the Zupan administration and an assessment on how his promises played out on campus
Plans are already underway for next school year as the 2013-14 school year comes to a close. Every year at Ignatius, teachers come and go, but the hiring process remains an enigma in the minds of most students.
This year, The Eye has decided to spotlight the student in each class who has done the most to positively impact campus in the 2013-14 school year. Following voting from their classmates, Ryan Mullin ‘17, Liam Eichenberg ‘16, Danny Ertle ‘15, and De’ Shaun Adair ‘14 have received the title Wildcat of the Year for their respective class.
The administration has chosen to celebrate student choice, at least in this instance: the successful new summer reading program, in which students select a book from a list of 64 titles and are assigned a teacher to facilitate discussion about their book, will continue this year.
Cole Brownsberger ‘14
Alastair Pearson ‘14
Dominic Gideon ‘14
News | Alastair Pearson '14
Opinion | Ben Seeley ‘14
Student Life | Antonio Zodda ‘14
Entertainment | Brad Merk ‘14
Sports | Patrick McGuire ‘14
Mr. Mark Pecot ‘91
Mr. Michael Howard
Mr. David Sabol '99
Six students sound off on various sides of the drug testing program announced for next year.
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