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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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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Target: A Bullseye on Your Back

By: Tiffany Mar ’21 (Guest Writer) Imagine a place where people are bullied just because they are perceived as being different. Unfortunately, this is the world we live in. Teens are bullied everyday regardless of size, age, and background. According to the Nation Bullying Prevention Center, 1 in 4 children in the U.S. have been […]

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What Happened to the Golden Rule?

By: Publications Club (Guest Writer) “Treat others as you wish to be be treated.” In today’s society this has become a long forgotten moral. Approximately 160,000 students miss school everyday because of bullying. It is a worldwide epidemic affecting the youth. Bullying is unwanted aggressive behavior that involves a real or perceived power imbalance. It […]

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Club Day 2017

By: Alaine Farin ’20 Guest Writer Knights want to make a difference! Club Day took place on Wednesday, September 20th during x-period, and it was filled with enthusiasm and those seeking to make a positive impact on our world. Many clubs carried a common goal: to make a change in our society by raising awareness, […]

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Student to Student: ND Supports Hurricane Victims

By: Allyson Roche ’19    Thousands upon thousands of Texans fell victim to the historic floods and rainfall of Hurricane Harvey during the first week of September. Many of them, who could carry nothing more than the clothes on their backs, need assistance in order to overcome Harvey’s lasting impact. Notre Dame took steps to […]

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