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Student story: What’s the best option for Fournette?

Student Story: What is the best option for Leonard Fournette? By Prince-Ashdod Jones New Orleans, LA–– He will soon become a millionaire, he has a billboard near the St. Charles Avenue ramp exit. If you Google his name, you’ll see many links to stories about Leonard Fournette’s most recent endorsement deals, his LSU statistics, and ESPN […]

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Tennis Player and Scholar selected as Chevron Athlete of the Week

Senior St. Augustine High School Tennis Player Allen Miller, was named the Chevron Scholar Athlete of the Week. Miller was honored at the November 15, Greater New Orleans Sports Foundation Quarterback Club luncheon. Miller attended the luncheon with his family and St. Augustine Athletic Director Marcus DeLarge. Miller has maintained a 4.9 GPA throughout his […]

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Senior Aims to Win Big with Sweet Treat

Story by Cameron Davis | Student Journalist Rodney Peete Mixes the Perfect Ingredients and Changes the Pinkberry Menu NEW ORLEANS–What is your favorite flavor of frozen yogurt? Perhaps you like traditional popular flavors like vanilla, strawberry or lemon lime. What if you could change the name and taste of the yogurt and milk mixture and […]

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Students host Get-out-the-Vote Phone Bank

With the election on Tuesday, political activity on campus is heating up. A small army of students took over Ms. Barthelemy’s classroom on Monday afternoon. Journalism instructor and speech and debate team moderator Ms. Barthelemy is happy to see so many politically active students spend the afternoon encouraging people to vote. The students are staffing […]

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22 Seniors Vote for the First Time

By: Tyrik Washington | Student Reporter Photography by: Cameron Davis NEW ORLEANS, LA. —  Why have a voice and not use it to make a change in your community? Why let the rights you have, according to the U.S. Constitution, go to waste? St. Augustine High School students did something important by casting their vote […]

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St. Aug Journalists Capture Scenes at IBERIABANK Hamp Fest

A silent auction, a world-renowned marching band delivering an award-winning performance, people dancing almost hypnotically to tunes from their younger years, while enjoying some of the city’s delicious cuisine, put a fantastic twist on a typical Saturday. It’s not the Jazz or Essence Festival, but try telling that to the thousands of fans who packed […]

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Friday, September 30 is St. Augustine Night at Lakeview Harbor

Purple Knight fans are invited to join us at Lakeview Harbor for a live recording of the Original Prep Football Report Lakeview Harbor serves as host for Ken Trahan’s Original Prep Football Report. Head Coach Al Jones will be live with Ro Brown and Rick Gaille, and later with Ken Trahan and Ed Daniels recording […]

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Sobering lesson: Mock crash teaches effects of drunk, distracted driving



In a scene straight from a modern nightmare, two vehicles sat twisted together as bloodstained teenagers screamed for help from the emergency responders rushing to the scene, the emergency sirens piercing the quiet St. Augustine High School court yard with discord. Even staged, the scene from the Sudden Impact mock crash was shocking to all […]

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