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March 7, 2019

 Sports writer, Drew Deener, visited the Pandemnium staff to give us tips and tricks of the field. 

January 9, 2019

The thought of waking up everyday during the wee hours of the morning is where many draw the line. School is miserable. Teachers assign hours of homework and the added pressure of college make the seven hour days seem impossible. In these aspects, school will always be...

December 24, 2018

They say senior year is the best year of high school; well, that’s because the ambiguous they has blocked out first semester from their memories. I’m sure the year will improve, but so far it has not been the fun-filled, slack-off year I was hoping for. As a result of...

December 19, 2018

I’m back. So, for the two of you that read my original article, you should know that I’m recreating the format of my previous reviews. Short little snippets of my opinions on albums I’ve listened to recently. I have less to fill you in on this time, because I don’t hav...

December 17, 2018

Finally I was getting into the cold hard roller coaster seat. This was the day of my first real roller coaster ride. I mean real like the crazy ones you see in movies, wind pushing into your face turning your cheeks red but this is not a movie.

       I was in Animal Ki...

December 17, 2018

On Sunday, Secember 16, 2018, junior Meredith Sierpina competed in the National Cyclocross championships right here in Louisville at Joe Creason Park. Mereidith won 3rd place in her age group. Congrats, Meredith!

Each issue, we interview someone in our Collegiate community. We ask them each the same 4 questions.

This week we interviewed Max Ledoux, a sixth grader.

What is your favorite lunch day at Collegiate?

Breakfast day

What is something that you are looking forward to?

Winter

W...

October 24, 2018

The history of chocolate milk is an extensive one filled with many hardships, friendships, and beautiful ingenuity. Sir Hans Sloane was an Irish botanist who spent time in Jamaica with cacao trees. One thing led to another and he used his genius to create the elixir of...

September 19, 2018

The book club at Collegiate may be small, but what it lacks in numbers, it makes up for in spirit. Run by Mr

s. Keyer, the club meets once a month in the Street Learning Commons during lunch to discuss their latest read. Along with their book discussion, the club gets t...

September 12, 2018

In my first article, to illustrate my biases, I thought I should talk about music I’m comfortable with. Also, I believe this might give some perspective into what kind of music I’ve been listening too recently. There are some of my favorite albums missing from the list...

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