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CEREAL SADNESS: Sophomore Ronan Euzen is overcome by utter depression as he prepares to eat cereal for the millionth time. Fortunately for him, quarantine presents him with the time to undertake the task of learning how to cook.

Pandemic pastimes

June 3, 2020

As the majority of the United States continues to hunker down in quarantine during the coronavirus pandemic, one issue that many people have begun to face is how to stay occupied. Although at quick glance, this problem can seem drastic, there are actually many ways one can find entertainment during these tough times.  For example, one thing that many people have begun to do to keep themselves occupie...

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It’s corona time

March 20, 2020

The world is in chaos. With the recent explosion of coronavirus, people have begun to take increasingly drastic measures to protect themselves from the disease. Such measures include the extreme such as gargling bleach or the more mild such as stockpiling gas and food for a makeshift bunker. Although these actions are rather drastic (Especially gargling bleach. DO NOT gargle bleach.), there is still...

Seniors Max Peeples and Quentin Gallagher moments after editing the short film on the Indiana University Campus

Ready? Lights, camera, action

March 2, 2020

UPDATE: On March 6th, at 7:30 PM at the Historic Artcraft Theatre, the movie senior Quentin Gallagher starred in is being rereleased for ONE NIGHT ONLY! This could potentially be the only night this movie is in Indiana. Click here to get tickets for “The Miseducation of Bindu.” It is nearly impossible for most people to understand the intricate process it takes to make a movie. Two members from the class of 2020, however, are perfecting those skills. Over the summer, seniors Max Peep...

CAREER DAY: Roncalli Rebels wear their Fred and Sons shirts on career day. Career day sparked the start of the winter spirit week of 2019.

Winter spirit week commences

January 24, 2020

Students look forward to one of the most exciting weeks of the second semester Winter spirit week is from January 27-31. For some, this could be a bittersweet goodbye or a way to be able to express their creativity. Many students enjoy winter spirit week because they get to wear their goofiest outfits and get to compete with the other classes. There is a lot of thought and effort that goes into...

Father Doug Hunter celebrates the January Mass in the new gymnasium.

First mass celebrated in new gym

January 24, 2020

The Roncalli community broke in the new "Family Room", filling the new gym with praise Friday at the January Liturgy. The new gym now comfortably seats everyone with room for guests. The beautiful, authentic wood altar was built by carpenters Mr. Tim Puntarelli, the former dean of students and the current dean of students Mr. Tim Crissman. Inscribed on the front of the altar are the letters "IHS", a Gr...

Space for Designing Creatively

Space for Designing Creatively

December 13, 2019

ESPN. Tribune. DesignLab. These are just a few of the companies that web design instructor Mr. Joey Kirk has worked with in the past. And now instead of focusing solely on working for large companies, Kirk has, for the past two and a half years, began teaching web design during Roncalli second period. “I really enjoy what I do, and I like to share that with as many people as possible,” Kirk said....

Astronomical aeronautics

by Ronan Euzen, Staff Writer

December 13, 2019

With an increasing frequency of activities and a rapidly ascending number of members, aeronautics club is growing from a small fledgling bird into a majestic, graceful eagle of a club. Sophomore David Love and senior Noah Schafer started the club last year. “I went to Mr. Banich to start a drone club, but it came out as aeronautics club to fit a wider range of interests,” Love said. One of the most notable trips that the aeronautics club conducted was to the control tower at the Indianapolis International Airport. “In the control tower we went in the room where they communicate with the pilots,” sophomore ...

Blast from the past: Roncalli Media Edition

December 13, 2019

With the holiday season in full swing, one of the biggest questions a high schooler gets asked at awkward family gatherings is, “so, what do you plan to do once you graduate?” Whether it is your aunt you only see twice a year,  your mom getting on you for not planning ahead, or your cousin just trying to make small talk, the stress of the future can be overwhelming. The one thing that does seem to always help though, is seeing students that came before you doing what they love. They seem so happy (according to their instagram feeds), and you just can’t help but be a little jealous of their college life. Well her...

Chatting with the speech team

by Jean-Luc Euzen, Staff Writer

October 23, 2019

Although the spotlight tends to be shined upon the athletic teams of Roncalli, there is a whole other world of competition that exists and thrives within the school’s walls: the speech team. The team is coached passionately by teachers Mr. Phil Milroy and Mrs. Tristan Litz. Milroy and Litz, who competed on a speech team herself throughout college, enjoy coaching the team because of the way they get to see students grow and find their voice. “It is incredibly meaningful and fulfilling work,” Litz said.  This upcoming season, the team has big goals in mind, hoping to put more competitors in the state...

AN UNBElVABLE INTRODUCTION: Kathleen, left, having a conversation with her mother, middle, and Elizabeth Soller, right.

The wish of a lifetime

August 22, 2019

Kathleen Soller, R'18, has just been on the trip of a lifetime. The Make-A-Wish Foundation provides trips for children and young people who have undergone treatment for cancer or other life-threatening diseases, and in 2017, she was diagnosed with a rare form of non-Hodgkin lymphoma, primary mediastinal large B-cell lymphoma. “I never saw her complain. Kathleen was always positive and has inspi...

ALMOST DONE: The new gym sits empty, awaiting its final touches. The project's estimated completion date is currently set for November.

Roncalli’s new gem

August 22, 2019

After all of the years, all of the fundraising, all the delays, and all of the nail-biting anticipation, Roncalli’s (possibly) greatest addition yet is about to open for all to adore: the new gym.  The debut of Roncalli’s new space has been pushed back by about a month, mainly due to excess moisture delaying the curing of the cement floor, meaning the wood cannot be installed, but, no matter...

FRIENDLY FACES: Mr. Bob Tully checks in on seniors Ryan Burns and Wes Cunningham during 5A lunch. Tully makes conversation with anyone and everyone that he meets.

Tully’s triumph

December 19, 2018

Having walked around the halls of RHS for 57 years, almost everyone knows of the infamous Vice President for Mission and Ministry, Mr. Bob Tully. Tully started as a teacher in 1962 at Bishop Chartrand High School and was involved through various positions such as basketball coach, religion teacher, track coach and football coach. Tully made himself at home both figuratively and literally as he lived...

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