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  • An open door to more life and love
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    An open door to more life and love

    Taylor Tucker, Staff Writer

    May 23, 2018

    Humanity: the most precious form of life. Whether American Indian, Asian, African American, Pacific Islander, or Caucasian the one thing that unites us is humanity itself, but we couldn’t look any less united. We make war with malevolence, break apart families with carelessness, hate others with ...

    A caravan of aid workers on one of the author's mission trips

  • Options operations
    Features

    Options operations

    Tatum Guidry, Staff Writer

    May 23, 2018

    Three basketball players, three football managers, two bowlers, one swim team member, one cheerleader.  These are only some of the many talents that students in the St. Thomas More Options Program possess.         So, what’s so special about our school’s program for our classmates?  A better...

    The PAES lab simulates a real-world work environment.

  • STM alumni work with area homeless
    Features

    STM alumni work with area homeless

    Grace Miholic, Staff Writer

    May 19, 2018

    Within my state of Louisiana, the number of homeless as of 2017 was 3,305 people according to “Louisiana’s Homeless Population declines nearly 20% since 2016 according to HUB report,” an article by WAFB reporter Nick Gremillion of Baton Rouge. The homeless can seek many forms of help, but I decid...

    Staff Writer Grace Miholic interviews alumnus Taylor DeBlieux about his work with Acadiana Cares, whose mission statement is to "support the most vulnerable members of our community – those affected by HIV/AIDS, substance abuse, poverty, and homelessness – as they seek to live healthier lives."

  • God’s calling me…where?
    Features

    God’s calling me…where?

    Sophie Varisco, Staff Writer

    May 9, 2018

      Magdolyn LeBlanc, Seth Ransonet and Joseph Benton are among many St. Thomas More students and graduates who have gone through a period of discernment to seek out their call in life. What is discernment and how might this work? For starters, discernment is the ability to recognize and apprehend; th...

    Joy of the Father Pictured: Maggy Leblanc with Father Sibley. Photo courtesy of Maggy LeBlanc

  • Matthew’s Views: My Shell
    Matthew's Views

    Matthew’s Views: My Shell

    Matthew Noel, Staff Writer

    March 7, 2018

    My Shell I would live in my shell. I will walk on the sand. I have pinchers and I will be a crab. I will Dig a hole, and sleep all day in my shell. I will see the tide Coming in, and the waves will Wash me away out in the surf again. I will hide in my shell. My shell will have stripes ...

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Matthew’s Views: My Shell

Matthew’s Views: My Shell

March 7, 2018

It’s a Human Rights Issue

It’s a Human Rights Issue

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