Students expand social justice horizons at Ignatian Family Teach-In

by Gabe Mielke '16

In what has become a beloved Saint Ignatius tradition, a group of students and faculty members travelled down to Washington D.C. to participate in the annual Ignatian Family Teach-In for Justice.

Ignatius community gathers In remembrance of Mr. Jim Skerl

by Peter Nichols ‘18

Last Friday, October 23rd, was the one year anniversary of the beloved Mr. Skerl’s death. To commemorate this, a touching, all-school prayer service was held on the mall.

Whoa Nelly! Forty-five Ignatians recognized as National Merit Scholars

by Thomas Napoli ‘17

Ignatius ranks as top Catholic high school in Ohio

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Final: St. Ignatius wins 7th State Soccer Championship 4-0 over Hilliard Davidson

by Owen Miklos '16

The Wildcats shut out Davidson 4-0 for an emphatic state championship — their second in a row, their seventh overall.

Students make once-in-a-lifetime trips to see Francis, first Jesuit Pope, in US

by Anthony Ramirez ‘16

Six students selected for pilgrimage to Philadelphia

New classroom’s coffeehouse vibe sparks creative expression

by Matthew Lindholm ‘18

Workers with drywall saws and paint rollers were a common scene at Saint Ignatius High School this summer. Plant Services decided to take on many renovations, including the college counseling office, senior lounge, Mr. Steward’s art studio, and Mr. Jarc and Mrs. Stire’s classroom.


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Safety drill a success

by Matthew Jones '17

This past Tuesday, November 10th, the Saint Ignatius community had its first combination lockdown/evacuation drill of the year.  This is intended to ensure the safety of the students if such a thing were to happen.

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With “Wildcard” student IDs will get a serious upgrade

by Cullen Viancourt ‘18

New “smart” ID combines student info, debit, and... JUGs.

Wildcats react to Pope Francis’ address to Congress

by Gabe Mielke ‘16

In the midst of classes on Thursday, September 24, Pope Francis addressed the assembled members of the United States Congress, becoming the first pope to ever do so. It is to be expected that a number of Wildcats would have opinions about the Pope’s address.

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Court is in session: The new-and-improved Pre-Law Society provides opportunities for future litigators

by Owen Hearns '17

The Pre-Law Society has been revived at St. Ignatius after previously failing to launch from the early stages a few years ago.

Campus cops crack down on Carroll

by Maurice Ware ‘16

One month into implementation, new entrance policy continues to flare tempers, disgruntle students

Rade serving more than just food this year, serving 'healthy' purpose

By Brad Horton '15

“There’s a story behind everything we do.” I never thought about the world behind the scenes of the cafeteria.

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Student Senate overhaul builds on successes of prior years

by Colin Allen '18

With Pallaki at the helm, early school events getting positive praise

Senior Lounge renovations are part of larger project focused on school history

by Andrew Benisek ‘17

New “Bentley Gallery” to highlight notable alumni, Ignatius memorabilia

2015 Homecoming Dance largely a success, say students

by CJ Moore '16

Senate pulls off Cats- Away Bay theme, but students divided on musical selections

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Arts and Entertainment

TECH TALK Latest Apple products offer some improvements, but leave much to be desired

by Brendan O’Donnell ‘16

The iPad Pro and iPhone updates reviewed

FILM CRITIQUE The Road Director: Gabe Mielke ‘16 2015

by Anthony Ramirez ‘16

Saint Ignatius High School is filled with talented students. Some are athletes, others are actors, many are brainiacs, but a few are filmmakers.

Restaurant Review: Jack Flaps

by Sam Royer ‘15

Jack Flaps Urban Breakfast Shoppe is one of many restaurants in Ohio City which prides itself on its uniqueness.

Music Review: J. Cole's Forest Hills Drive

by James Zajaczkowski '15 and Dylan Welch '15

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MOVIE REVIEWS No Escape and Ant Man

by Joe Rosalina ‘17

No Escape and Ant Man

MUSIC REVIEWS Ryan Adams and The Weeknd

by Kevin Deegan ‘16

1989 Ryan Adams and Beauty Behind The Weeknd

Mason’s Creamery has a new name, but the same Ohio City style

by Adam Kaye '17 Mason’s Creamery 4401 Bridge Ave. Cleveland, Ohio 4 paws out of 5 Formerly Ohio City Ice Cream, Mason’s Creamery offers a more »


Art Spotlight: Sullivan Ratcliff '16

By Brad Horton '15

Sullivan Ratcliff ’16 has been acting since preschool, and he enjoyed every minute of it.

Tech Talk: Dying Light (PC)

by Sam Brown '15

Developed by Techland and released on January 27th, 2015 for Windows, Linux, Xbox One, and PS4, Dying Light is the latest survival horror video game added to the genre that was started with titles like DayZ (ARMA II), Dead Island, and others.

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Cross Country takes D1 state crown

by Brendan DeVenney '17

For the fourth time in school history, the Saint Ignatius Cross Country program brought the OHSAA Division 1 Boys State Cross Country title home to Ohio City on Saturday, November 7.

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Student athletes honored to wear #34 in memory of Mr. James Skerl ‘74

by Owen Miklos ‘16

“His love for them is something that is going to be with them for the rest of their lives, helping them to do great things like he did."

Senior-led golf team looks to make state championship run

by Owen Miklos ‘16

The Saint Ignatius golf team entered this season with lofty expectations. Hungry after finishing fourth at the State tournament the year prior, the core group of seniors refined their games all summer long in preparation for another Columbus run.

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