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If there were any hills in Houston, they would be alive with the sound of triple trios

Ian Gere ’20

The name “Triple Trio” is familiar around Strake Jesuit and St. Agnes, with the girls triple trio founded in 1983 and the boys triple trio founded in 1990. 497 more words

Arts And Features

A weekend in North Cornwall | May days

S and I are lucky to get to visit North Cornwall fairly often as his parents live there, and it’s only about an hour away, so we can sneak up there for a weekend escape or even just a one night visit. 480 more words

Roma Roma Roma !!!

Yes, I went back. I just love Rome. It’s one of the most touristy cities in the world, which generally I’m not a big fan of, but I just can’t help but love Rome. 2,578 more words

Travel Weekends

A second visit to St Agnes

I am now back in Exeter but here are a few pictures from my visit to St Agnes last Thursday.

One of the first birds we saw after landing was this marsh harrier… 97 more words

Isles Of Scilly

Playground director fears retaliation from drugs users

A playground director is scared to report drug users, in fear of a revenge attack when he leaves work at night.

St Paul’s Adventure Playground is littered with drug paraphernalia including empty ‘baggies’, dirty needles and empty syringe packaging. 322 more words

News

The Strake Jesuit-St. Agnes Orchestra: A Journey that Never Ends

Nathaniel Fernandes ’20

Dwayne O’Neal once said, “Music is like a journey that never ends.” As part of the Strake Jesuit-St. Agnes Orchestra, I am blessed to be a part of this journey in both the hard work of the ensemble and the exquisite performances of our outstanding orchestra. 591 more words

Houstonian

A day on St Agnes

Spent the day on St Agnes yesterday

On the tripper boat …

Gugh Bar joins At Agnes with Gugh – the most famous tombolo in the world! 76 more words