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This is an example of a creative art project, using recycled materials .

Time to be Environmentally Conscious: Let’s Learn How!

Rosie Johnson, Social Media Editor October 7, 2020

Have you ever wondered how you could help the planet? By simply altering simple daily habits, you can avoid causing waste. Whether it be the choice of water containers or reusing certain plastic products,...

Ms. Shah, her husband, and their three kids while traveling over the summer.

Shining on Ms. Shah

Sophie Gloriod, Print Editor October 6, 2020

Ms. Lisa Shah is the newest addition to the St. Joe faculty. Everyone can agree that she is a fantastic member of the St. Joe family. Ms. Shah grew up here in St. Louis and attended Parkway South for high...

Lauren Stadnyk and Lily getting ready to write her article in Dr. Mooney's office.

Spotlighting St. Joe’s Droopy-Eared Mascot

Lauren Stadnyk, Senior Staff Writer October 6, 2020

As soon as St. Joe students hear barking and quick, excited footsteps pacing down the hall, the entire community knows exactly who it is: Lily. For anyone who is not familiar with Lily, she is a 52-pound...

Doctor Arlene Galve-Salgado and her family.

Who Is SJA’s New Teacher: Dr. Arlene Galve-Salgado?

Julia Rhodes, Senior Staff Writer September 25, 2020

Arlene Galve-Salgado is one of our six new teachers here at St. Joseph’s Academy this year. She teaches Spanish II in room 103.  Dr. Arlene Galve-Salgado, also known by her students as “Doctora...

Looking back on fun family memories.

Feel the Freedom: New Teacher Spotlight with Ms. Moshi

Lizzie Balestreri, Senior Staff Writer September 24, 2020

Ms. Daniella Moshi is just one of the many new teachers who have started teaching at St. Joe for the 2020-2021 school year. Ms. Moshi has always known that she wanted to become a teacher due to her love...

St. Joe students staying socially distant while in class.

Should We Be At School?

Anna Carollo, Digital Editor September 24, 2020

The following is an editorial by a student. She is expressing her opinion, which does not necessarily reflect that of The Voice nor St. Joseph’s Academy.   Among all people globally, a current...

The St. Joe chapel is a great place to connect with God this Lenten season.

Attempt These 15 Lenten Actions

Kelsey Rowland, Senior Staff Writer March 30, 2020

Lent is the biggest tradition for anyone in the Christian religion. It unites everyone together to both mourn and celebrate Jesus’ life, death, and resurrection. During these 40 days, Christians either...

Olivia Staph and Kara Greger get their bill signed into law!

With Justice as a Motto, St. Joe Students Take on the 2019 YAG Convention

Mary Dill, Senior Staff Writer December 2, 2019

Jefferson City, MO, the capital city of Missouri, has prided itself on being a community of civility, justice and legislation since it became the capital in 1821. Participants in the St. Joe delegation...

The St. Louis arch in a view of an autumn landscape.

How Should You Spend Your Fall Time?

Grace Becker, Sports Editor November 11, 2019

Will our fall slowing leaving our grasp, some may be scrambling to make last minute plans. Here’s some fun things to do around STL that will guarantee you to have a fun time.   Art Hill Forest...

Entrepreneurship students work collaboratively to find creative solutions in business.

Meeting the Entrepreneurship Class

Mary Dill, Senior Staff Writer November 5, 2019

Both under and upperclassmen will experience more than a business-model curriculum in this hands-on, creativity-based course. While business teacher Mrs. Veronica Washington’s joy and passion for...

Sophomore Cate Van Luven shows off both her reusable water bottle and reusable Starbucks cup.

25 Ways to Reduce Waste

Mary Dill, Senior Staff Writer October 30, 2019

If you look around you, plastic is everywhere. It’s at the store, in your home, outside, and now, even in the air you breathe. Think of the plastic bags you get from the grocery store or the shampoo...

In Cold Blood Review: A Chilling Reality

In Cold Blood Review: A Chilling Reality

Mary Dill, Senior Staff Writer October 3, 2019

In Cold Blood by Truman Capote is a chilling, graphic, and yet powerful read. The stories told in this non-fiction murder capture the essence of American violence and why so many people commit brutal crimes,...

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