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Roncalli Media

The student news site of Roncalli High School

Roncalli Media

The student news site of Roncalli High School

Roncalli Media

Junior Kimi Mai and German Teacher Frau Hibner spend time talking to students about different German culture customs and traditions, as well as teaching them different things they didn’t know already.

The exchange year experience

by Regan Schoettle, Staff Writer
March 14, 2024
SHOCKING SIGHT: Juniors Ivan Figueroa and Caroline Bohn, sophomores Lucia Hermann
and Isaiah Littell, and freshman Audrey Young stand around in shock after the unexpected
death of another character.

Murder, Mystery, and Accents

by Marinn Shutta, Staff Writer
March 14, 2024
SEEING GOD EVERY DAY: Teacher Mrs. Julie Watson is seen starting off her class with “God sightings” - instances where students see God in their everyday lives.

God’s calling in action

by Isha Tandon, Staff Writer
March 14, 2024
Keeping Lenten Promises:
A delicious and healthy alternative, sticky sesame cauliflower and salmon patties makes a perfect meal on Fridays in Lent.

Recipes and reflection

by Izabel Kuntz, Staff Writer
March 14, 2024
Sophomore Lauren Candler receives ashes on Ash Wednesday. Candler believes Lent is an important time to rely on God. “Lent helps you strengthen your relationship with God because you learn to rely on Him and not other things,” Candler said.

Learning in Lent

by Nicole Azar, Staff writer
March 14, 2024
DOG DAYS ARE OVER: Senior Patrisha Luzietti (center) performs with the Royal Rhapsody show choir during the Fine Arts Showcase. “For me, the best aspect of show choir is performing with my best friends. I love performing and being on stage so much, but being able to do it with my closest friends makes it so much more fun and enjoyable,” Luzietti said.

Another season, another success

by Ella Shelburn, Staff Writer
March 14, 2024

Stepping up

by Caitlynn Penollar, Staff Writer
February 5, 2024
“The mother, played by Junior Molly Resler, comforts Ralphie, freshman J.P Miller, after he shoots his eye out playing with his new toy gun.”

A Christmas story to be told

by Marinn Shutta, Staff Writer
December 12, 2023

Advice to the class of 2022

by Emma Wilson, staff writer
May 11, 2022
TRAINERS ON THE TURF: Freshman Gianna Miller, Mary Renshaw, Callie Elrod and senior Natalie Mullin walk back to the sidelines after refreshing the football team, a typical half-time necessity. The Royals defeated Brebuf at this years Homecoming game, 28 to 10.

Revive, refuel, return those players

by Megan Perkins, Staff Writer
November 22, 2021
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