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CBC overcomes hurdles to notch fourth title in a row

Lisa Johnston | | Twitter: @aeternusphoto

St. Louis University High's Brendan Rasch stopped this potential goal but his team still lost the game to CBC 4-1.In the Mid-States Club Hockey Association playoffs at the Scottrade Center Downtown, CBC defeated rival St. Louis University High School 4-1.

The Christian Brothers College High School hockey team had only seven seniors this season — compared to 14 last season — but the seven provided key leadership and scoring.

The Cadets saved the best for last this year, mowing down quality opponents in the Mid-States Club Hockey Association playoffs and winning the championship for the fourth consecutive year.

Long process pays off for Olympic volleyball player Murphy Troy

Murphy Troy is part of a third-generation St. Louis University High School family, following the footsteps of his grandfather, father and uncles. His older brother, Phineas, went there as well.

Service, academics earn SLUH national recognition

Lisa Johnston | | Twitter: @aeternusphoto

Senior Joe Bingaman read “Where Men Win Glory: The Odyssey of Pat Tillman” in activity period at St. Louis University High School. “It’s about brotherhood, that’s what we always say,” he said when describing what he likes best about his school. SLUH was named a National Blue Ribbon School for 2015, one of 53 high schools to receive the honor this year.

At an all-school Mass on Dec. 8, St. Louis University High students celebrated two momentous occasions -- one for Catholics in general, the other for SLUH seniors in particular.

Nerinx Hall High School honored as Blue Ribbon School

Danielle Voss, a junior at Nerinx Hall, examined a photograph as part of her introduction to photography class visit to the International Photography Hall of Fame and Museum to view the images of underwater photographer Ernest H. Brooks II.

Danielle Voss looked intently at the blank-and-white photograph hanging before her at the International Photography Hall of Fame and Museum in Midtown St. Louis. Among 25 photographs on display in the Silver Seas: An Odyssey exhibition, "The Gathering" drew Voss for a closer inspection.

"What captures my attention is the fish aren't, like, solid," she said, pointing out some fish in the school appear to be black and opaque while others appear to be gray to light-gray and translucent. The fish swirl toward light at the surface.

SLUH's football team works well on, off the field

De Smet Jesuit High School’s Bryant Perry leapt to avoid St. Louis University High’s Daniel Jackson. SLUH beat rival De Smet Jesuit 63-13.

St. Louis University High School's football team works as a cohesive unit on and off the field.

On Sept. 13, several players took part in the Tri My Best Adaptive Triathlon through the Cerebral Palsy Center at St. Louis Children's Hospital, which raised funds to support school-aged children with motor disabilities.

"It was very near and dear to me to participate in it," said quarterback Mitchell Batschelett, whose sister has cerebral palsy. "We had about 10 to 15 guys come out, and it was just awesome. It helped us bond and really meant a lot to me."

T-shirts at SLUH make statement for workers' rights

Alta Gracia Living Wage apparel factory pays a living wage — approximately three times the minimum wage in that country. The U.S. distributor is working with schools to promote the products.

It's a small step, but a student-led initiative at St. Louis University High School has had an impact on attitudes toward the dignity of work and on the ability of workers to make a living wage.

This fall, all 400 T-shirts for the freshmen physical education classes were assembled at the Alta Gracia Living Wage apparel factory in the Dominican Republic. Alta Gracia pays a living wage -- approximately three times the minimum wage in that country. It also offers the ability for workers to form and manage a union and provides stringent factory health and safety standards.

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