Molly Egan, Editor-in-Chief

In our first world existence at St. Thomas’ Episcopal, we, as students, take for granted the “basics”; things like air conditioning, running water, flushing toilets...  Read More »

October 6, 2015

TAPPS Team “Academic Champions,” but Second Overall in State Meet

Kyle Lin, Editor-in-Chief

Is it possible for a team to be Academic Champion and Academic Runner-up at the same time? The school has the plaques to prove it. After scoring 110.5 points at the...  Read More »

March 29, 2015

High School Takes First at Classics Competition

The High School Junior Classical League won first place in the Area A Sweepstakes on Saturday February 21. The middle school team came in third in their division. In certamen, the main...  Read More »

February 23, 2015

Mock Trial Team “Fights to the Death,” Second at Regionals

January 26, 2015

The Mock Trial team competed at Regionals on Saturday the 24th, placing second out of five schools and losing in the final round to Providence, the team's...  Read More »

St. Thomas’ Fund Meets Goals So Far; Drive Continues Forward

December 9, 2014

The five-week parent-contribution phase of the St. Thomas' Fund officially concluded on Friday, December 5. As of December 9, every class except the...  Read More »


Results: Band Competes at Salado Games

November 10, 2014

The A and B Bands travelled to Salado, Texas this Saturday and Sunday to compete at the clan gathering and highland games there. The A Band placed...  Read More »

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Middle School Volleyball Faces Mixed Results at Lutheran South, Bellaire

Jian Liang '18, Turf Staffer

Last week, the middle school volleyball “B” Team defeated Lutheran South and won all three games. Lutheran South was intimidating and discouraged the school's players with...  Read More »

October 3, 2014

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Varsity Volleyball Victory for Third District Game in a Row

October 1, 2014

On Tuesday night, the Varsity Volleyball team defeated St. Joseph’s three sets to none. The sweeping victory was the team’s third district...  Read More »


Cross Country Achieves Victory at Dayton

September 22, 2014

The boys' varsity cross country team achieved their second win last Saturday at Dayton High School, marking a success at the halfway point of...  Read More »

Cross Country Season Opens at Incarnate Word

August 25, 2014

After three months of summer training, the cross country season has finally begun. With two runners in the top ten, the school varsity boys'...  Read More »

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What is Labor Day?

What is Labor Day?

Kyle Lin, Editor

Labor Day. The first "long weekend" of the school year. A day away from school or work. Time for annual sales. All of these things are synonymous today, but none...  Read More »

September 1, 2013

Under Pressure

October 12, 2012

Victoria Torgerson '14 and I sat down on an otherwise normal Saturday afternoon to take a four hour SAT...  Read More »


Another Number to Remember

August 24, 2012

The first thing we got from our homeroom teachers on the first day of school was a locker number and...  Read More »


Hanging On Til The End

April 5, 2012

Rice University Robert Johnson Elizabeth Finley Saurendro Ghosh Marc Liu New York University Mitch...  Read More »


#KONY 2012

March 7, 2012

Just 24 hours ago, we had no clue who Joseph Kony was, yet his name went viral through social media sites,...  Read More »

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