China’s treatment toward the Uyghur Muslims

Jonathan Lopez Currently, China is committing multiple human rights violations against Uyghur Muslims. The Uyghurs are a Turkic people whose language is closest to Uzbek and Islam is the group’s dominant religion. Chinese officials are concerned that Uyghurs hold extremist and separatist ideas, they instituted detention camps because they believe the Muslims are threats to … Continue reading China’s treatment toward the Uyghur Muslims

The Process and Purpose of Student council

Jonathan Lopez Salesian’s student council is an expansive apparatus, looking to benefit the student and faculty life spiritually and physically while initiating donation drives for those less fortunate. Leading the commission are nineteen student body elected officials ranging from homeroom representatives to the cabinet with the treasurer, secretary, vice president, and president. Setup, initiate, and … Continue reading The Process and Purpose of Student council

The Path to Brotherhood: Sophomore Retreat

Jacob Matos ‘23 As a senior of Salesian High School, who attended all of my grade-level retreats and was given the opportunity to volunteer as a leader of the retreat, it’s safe to deem the 2022 Sophomore Retreat a success. Throughout the course of a school year, each grade-level is given a retreat in efforts … Continue reading The Path to Brotherhood: Sophomore Retreat

The Remembrance of Mr. J by Watching Wakanda Forever As a School Community

Lucas Rojas ‘24 On November 11th, 2022, members of the Salesian High School (such as myself) community had the opportunity to watch the newly released marvel movie “Wakanda Forever”. This opportunity was all thanks to staff member Mr. Siefring as he rented out a whole theater for Salesian students to watch the newly released movie. … Continue reading The Remembrance of Mr. J by Watching Wakanda Forever As a School Community