New Pope Podcast

March 22, 2013

AT&T SECURITY FLAW: Over 114,000 iPads hacked by an individual!

Moussa Boussi, Associate Editor

March 21, 2013

Filed under Uncategorized

On Monday a talented hacker, or 'Troll' as he calls himself.  who  has been taking advantage of  a server security flaw was arrested. After professing publicly the flaw in AT&Ts service, and that he had been hired to hack... Read more »

Engaging the Online Press

Julianne Bonk, Editor-in-Chief

March 18, 2013

Filed under Uncategorized

Faith as an organizing theme for a Catholic school newspaper is not as easy as DC Faith In Action makes it look. Every article must be in some way related back to faith. This is our "special" thing that separates us from other... Read more »

Can you help me plug my car in?

Alexsis Winters

March 17, 2013

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As Electric cars and hybrid cars hit the market and change the way we drive. Fuel electricity will slowly generate LCFS credits that could bring it up to it's CI regulations.  As the hybrids and electric cars hit the market... Read more »

Reducing Green House Gas Emissions

Madison Begin, Staff Writer

March 15, 2013

Filed under Lives of Responsibility and Leadership, Uncategorized

People today want the most stylish or best looking car, but what they really need to be thinking about is the fuel economy they are receiving. The real question is, does improved automotive fuel economy reduce greenhouse gas... Read more »

Bowling States

David Totten

March 7, 2013

Filed under Divine Child High School Sports, Uncategorized

With State finals for Bowling coming up, I talked to Ryan Gibson, a DC sophomore, about what States is exactly all about.  It sounds easy, but getting to states is a lot of hard work. At regionals, the team needs to place... Read more »

Maria Jalil

March 6, 2013

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Maria Jalil is of the class of 2014 and the medical correspondent of the paper.

Concussion Diagnosis, Treatment, and Return to Play Protocol

Molly McDonald

February 26, 2013

Filed under Lives of Responsibility and Leadership, Uncategorized

A concussion occurs after a hit to the head, small or large. After this hit, the brain stops working typically for a short period of time depending on the magnitude of the hit. Any player is likely to say they’re fine even... Read more »