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Jaguars take tough loss on senior night

Jaguars take tough loss on senior night

Katya Gillig, JagWire sports editor

October 7, 2017


Filed under FALL, FOOTBALL, SPORTS

The Jaguars lost in their final regular season home game to the Bishop Miege Stags 54-21 on Friday, Oct. 6. This loss drops their record to 2-4. Eleven seniors and one senior manager were recognized before the game, as well as all other fall sports senior athletes during halftime. Head coach J...

Jaguars lose in season opener

Jaguars lose in season opener

Katya Gillig, JagWire sports editor

September 2, 2017


Filed under FALL, FOOTBALL, SPORTS, Top stories

The Jaguars lost to the St. James Thunder 45-21 on Friday, Sept. 1. This was the first game of the season, making their record 0-1. The Thunder started the opening drive on their own 4-yard line. After driving 96 yards, they scored a touchdown, giving them a 7-0 lead. “We wanted to sta...

Students and staff welcome freshmen at orientation

Students and staff welcome freshmen at orientation

Lauren Ocker, JAG editor-in-chief

August 16, 2017


Filed under NEWS, Top stories

StuCo welcomed the new freshman class by hosting their annual freshman orientation day on Wednesday, Aug. 16. Orientation consisted of an opening and closing assembly, mock blue day schedule, lunch and a Q&A session. Unlike most students on their first day of school, freshman Chloe Carson f...

Jaguars participate in Touchdowns Against Cancer fundraiser

Jaguars participate in Touchdowns Against Cancer fundraiser

Annika Lehan, JAG reporter

September 24, 2016


Filed under NEWS

The football team helps to prevent childhood cancer from Thursday, Sept. 15 to Saturday, Oct. 1 through the Touchdowns Against Cancer fundraiser. All money raised during the fundraiser will benefit St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Jaguar fans can pledge to donate for every touchdown that ...

Sideline Report: Do Peyton and the Broncos stand a chance on Super Sunday?

Sideline Report: Do Peyton and the Broncos stand a chance on Super Sunday?

Braden Shaw, JagWire sports editor

February 3, 2016


Filed under BLOGS

The Super Bowl turns 50 on Sunday and the game has become something of a national holiday. Every year, the broadcast has memorable halftime performances, hilarious commercials, big-time movie trailers and, of course, the game itself. This year will be no different as Super Bowl Sunday quickly approa...

Reel Talk: Bond is bad, but can be good

Reel Talk: Bond is bad, but can be good

Jillian Leiby, JagWire managing editor

November 12, 2015


Filed under BLOGS

Daniel Craig’s fourth outing as James Bond,“Spectre,” came out last week. It was enjoyable, as the previous three movies were. It was hard, however, to ignore the blatant sexism in this movie, as with the others. And I don’t think that has to be the case. In “Spectre,” Bond manages to bed a g...

Feminist’s Forum: How the final awards show shaped up

Feminist’s Forum: How the final awards show shaped up

Jillian Leiby, JagWire opinions editory

February 26, 2015


Filed under BLOGS

Awards season is over. In case you missed it, awards season was incredibly important to me, probably evidenced by my (nearly perfect) predictions of the Golden Globes, Screen Actors Guild awards and Oscars. If you didn’t read them, my Oscar predictions were pretty spot-on, with my best picture/best director cop-out picks the only (sort of) ...

The Music Man: The Oscars are alive with the sound of Gaga

The Music Man: The Oscars are alive with the sound of Gaga

Justin Curto, JagWire managing editor

February 24, 2015


Filed under BLOGS

On Sunday night, I watched the Oscars. As a whole, the show went pretty well — all my favorite stars (read: Meryl Streep) were there, Neil Patrick Harris slayed the stage as host, the acceptance speeches were pretty good (Eddie Redmayne made me laugh and Graham Moore nearly made me cry) and, overa...

Blog: The next big name in EDM

Blog: The next big name in EDM

Justin Curto, JagWire web editor

April 8, 2014


Filed under BLOGS, OPINION

First it was David Guetta, then Calvin Harris, then Swedish House Mafia, then Zedd and then Avicii. In the past few years, there have been many electronic dance music (EDM) superstars who went from playing sets at small nightclubs to playing at music festivals like Ultra and taking over the radio. Now,...

Student learns how to deal with mom’s paralysis

Student learns how to deal with mom’s paralysis

Connor Oswald, JagWire reporter

February 12, 2013


Filed under FEATURES

Freshman Julian Teopaco and his mother, Serena, discuss living life after Serena experienced a paralyzing car crash How would you describe your mother’s condition?  Julian: I mean she is paralyzed. I always describe it as she doesn’t have much or any function below her shoulders; she has ...

Number of shortened-day seniors increases

Number of shortened-day seniors increases

Ryan Fullerton, JagWire news editor

February 7, 2013


Filed under FEATURES

The number of seniors who have gone to a shortened day schedule during second semester has increased for the third year in a row. When seniors were first allowed to have a shortened day in the 2010-2011 school year, 15 out of 251 seniors had a shortened day schedule. In the 2011-2012 school year,...

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