The Resonating Power of the Women’s March

By: Allyson Roche ’19 One year after an unprecedented number of people around the world took to the streets in support of women’s rights and in protest of Donald Trump’s Inauguration, 600,000 people flooded the streets of Los Angeles to support women’s rights once again. Among the hundreds of events planned across the country, the […]

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Winter Formal is Coming

By: Alaine Farin ’20 (Guest Writer) Although it’s never winter in LA, the closest thing to winter is coming to Notre Dame High School. And it’s arriving on Saturday, February 10th from 8:00 PM to 11:00 PM. Take your, “Time After Time”, to ask that special someone or your friends to sweep the dance floor […]

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The Ongoing Fight for Equal Pay

By: Allison Roche ’19 “Rights. Not privileges. It’s that easy.” This was the battle cry of sewing machinist Rita O’Grady whose quest for equal pay let to a 1968 strike at the Ford Dagenham car plant in London. The 2010 film Made in Dagenham brought O’Grady’s fight to life, depicting how she and 187 women […]

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25 Days of Christmas Cinematic Cheer

By: Andrea Karkafi ’19 (Guest Writer) Merry December, movie fanatics! The holidays are finally here, so start clearing your schedule! If you are in the mood for some Christmas family favorites, then brew a cup of hot cocoa topped with marshmallows and whipped cream, grab your fluffiest blanket, and curl up in front of the […]

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Jesse Trees are Coming to Town

By: Valentina Santiago ’21, Tiffany Mar ’21, Kalea Doryon ’21, and Kit Radley ’21 (Guest Writers) O’ Jesse Tree, O’ Jesse Tree decked with ornaments that depict salvation history! A little over a week ago, the freshmen class turned in their Jesse Tree projects. According to Mrs. Caron, “The Jesse Tree provides specific people that […]

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Bye Bye Paris Accord

The Environment’s Future at Risk By: Blathnaid Heaney ’19 (Staff Writer)         Global warming has been an acknowledged issue by world leaders for a while now. The United Nations, a collective meeting between the world powers, created a contract among these countries which works on preserving the carbon footprint of people and policing the production and manufacturing […]

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It Isn’t Big to Make Others Feel Small

By: Benjamin Aguilera ’21 and  Andrea Karkafi ’19 (Guest Writers) Bullies are everywhere, they’re in the workplace, they attend public schools, private schools, and they go to Notre Dame. According to ViolencePreventionWorks.org, bullying is aggressive behavior that involves a pattern of repeated unwanted, negative actions. So a bully is someone who uses intimidation and hurtful […]

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