According to many of the senior players, Higgins has been a positive influence in their lives on and off the basketball court.
“Even though we lost I wouldn’t have traded that first experience for the world because I got to play with some of my best friends.”
Bolt bowlers strike out at District tournament Author: Meredith Gamet, Staff Writer, Xchange The Pius X boys and girls varsity bowling teams played at Districts in Lexington and Grand Island on October 18th. The teams placed fifth and sixth overall and did not make the cut for the Class A state tournament. Nate Gibbs, a …
Winter sport tryouts bring first-time jitters for freshmen Author: Sara Kreikemeier, Staff Writer, Xchange November 12 was the start of winter sports, and for many it was their first time trying out for a sport. During the off season, many of these student athletes could be seen at conditioning preparing for their debut on the …
Wyatt Schlaht, a senior at Pius X from Needham, Mass., came to Lincoln, Nebraska to play hockey for the Lincoln Stars.
Winter sports are just getting into full swing and one team in particular got a little extra attention this fall before the season even started.
Madrigal Dinner: Special tradition for choir students, directors Author: Cayden Mitchell, staff writer, Xchange Every other year, the Pius X music department puts on what they call “The Madrigal Dinner”. This magical event takes place at St. Patrick’s School and ushers in the holiday season for people at Pius X. The Madrigal itself is an …
Annual fall retreat provides spiritual, inspiring experience Author: Olivia Parr, Staff Writer, Xchange Every year, Pius X students are given the opportunity to attend the Fall Retreat. This two-day long event, in which the students of Pius X are given the chance to grow closer to God, occurs every fall. There were around 150 students,and …
Students take writing talents beyond the classroom Author: Abbie Russman, Front Page Editor, Xchange Some students and faculty at Pius X write outside of school as a hobby for blogs or competitions. November was National Novel Writing Month, and a few students and staff participated in the competition held by nanowrimo.org to write 50,000 words …
Sick students jeopardize others by staying in class School nurse offers health resources for students and staff who are under the weather Author: Summer Ingham, Staff Writer, Xchange During this time of the year, it’s not uncommon to become sick. Going to school when sick can increase the chance of everyone else getting sick. In …
Homemade chili and a freshly baked cinnamon roll, but how do people really feel about this ‘unusual’ grouping of comfort foods?
The addition is fixed to include 16 new classrooms which will allow more space for incoming students.
Landscaping club adds festive decorations to school Author: Lucy Koenig, News & Opinion Editor, Xchange The Pius X landscaping club decked the halls of the school this past week continuing a yearly tradition. “It has been a tradition for Landscaping Club to decorate the chapel and the rest of the school each and every year,” …
The Pius X Rolling Thunder Marching Band made history on Saturday, Oct. 20 when they concluded their season with a clean sweep.
Spectrum performers stress to their audience that anyone can make an impact. Spectrum show choir had their first competition at Peru State College.
The Student Council put on its annual food drive from Oct. 9-Nov. 2. The council plans, organizes, advertises and conducts the food drive every year.
The Pius X girls cross country team won State for Class B. This was the first state win for the Pius X girls team since 2014.
Pius X track and field and cross country runners will feel a difference while practicing on the new O’Boyle track.
Growing up in Nebraska, many young athletes look up to the Huskers with the dream of one day wearing the Nebraska jersey, but it is limited to a select few.
The boys varsity picked up their 13th win in Pius X history with the victory at the Class B state tennis tournament Oct. 12-13.
The month of November is the time of NaNoWriMo, which means National Novel Writing Month. During November, if someone takes on the challenge of NaNoWriMo they try to write 50,000 words in the span of 30 days.
This trip is different because students are required to audition to be a part of a chorus with limited spots, rather than having it open for the whole choir department to go.
The Red Sand Project challenges people to think about and act against the vulnerabilities that can lead to human trafficking.
Cox then used a stop watch to measure the amount of time that each design took, and he graded each project based not only on how close they were to one minute, but also on the creativity of the design.
10 ways to have a great run Author: Lucy Koenig, News & Opinion Editor, Xchange Latest X-Change Stories