Eagle Eye

Farewell to the OC Eagle Eye Senior Staff: Kendal Nasiadka

Kara Puszko '18, Features Editor

May 25, 2016


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I had the opportunity to talk with one of the Eagle Eye’s senior editors, Kendal Nasiadka, who will be graduating soon. During the 2015-2016 school year, Kendal was one of the magazine editors on the staff. Here are some of the questions I asked during out interview: - How long have you been on the Eagle Eye st...

Books: What’s Next In An Era of Technology?

Grace Doerfler ‘18, News Editor

January 8, 2016


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Amazon books, iBooks, and Kindles have become increasingly prevalent in today’s society. However, with technology capable of bringing electronic books to our fingertips in instants, what will become of physical books? Two hardback hotspots in Oakland, the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh (CLP) and Caliban...

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2 Movie Review

Kara Puszko ’18, Features Editor

January 8, 2016


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After a year of waiting, the fourth and final movie adaptation of The Hunger Games book series was finally released on Friday, November 20, 2015, just in time for the Thanksgiving break. The Hunger Games: Mockingjay- Part 2 followed The Hunger Games: Mockingjay- Part 1, Catching Fire, and The Hunger Ga...

An Interview With Janet Van de Graaff

An Interview With Janet Van de Graaff

Julia Wingard ‘18, Staff Writer

January 8, 2016


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Central and Oakland Catholic’s production of “The Drowsy Chaperone” was performed Thursday, November 12th through Sunday, November 15th. The musical, for those who didn’t make it, is told through a man listening to a record and tells the story of a star performer, Janet Van de Graaff (Johanna ...

Meet Maria Belechak: Masque Mom!

Meet Maria Belechak: Masque Mom!

Clara Albecete '19, Staff Writer

January 8, 2016


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Maria Belechak came back to Central Catholic’s Masque for her seventh show this fall. Maria is a senior who went to St. Bede for grade school and hopes to major in nursing in college. She is very excited for the spring show, FAME!, which will be her eighth and final performance.   C: Ou...

Look Here – It’s Laura Klos!

Look Here – It’s Laura Klos!

Clara Albacete '19, Staff Writer

January 7, 2016


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Not a new face to the stage, Laura Klos, a senior here at Oakland Catholic, participated in her fifth show this fall with Central and Oakland Catholic’s Masque. In this fall’s production of The Drowsy Chaperone, Laura played the role of the scatterbrained Mrs. Tottendale. Laura went to St. Agnes...

Pride and Prejudice Interview with Maggi Richard

Giovanna Tatananni '18, Staff Writer

January 7, 2016


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     I interviewed Maggi Richard on her recent role as Elizabeth Bennet in the Oakland Catholic Theater Group’s production of Pride and Prejudice. The show was a huge success and everyone I spoke to about it loved it.   Q: What role or roles did you originally try out for? I audi...

Interview with the Drowsy Chaperone

Maura Ward '17, Staff Writer

January 7, 2016


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    Tagline: I made a joke at the newspaper meeting that turned into something bigger than me.  Almost twice the size of me.      Whisked back in time (it doesn’t matter how), I had a few hours to spend with Ms. Beatrice Stockwell, herself.  Just kidding!  I talked to...myself about what ...

Female Leadership Initiative at Oakland Catholic

Female Leadership Initiative at Oakland Catholic

Isabelle Schmeler '18, Multimedia Editor

January 7, 2016


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     As many of you know may know, Oakland Catholic is beginning a new chapter of female leadership promotion in our school through a new club founded by junior Gabby Moran. Gabby kindly shared some information about the Female Leadership Initiative and its background, how we should get involved, and...

Money Saving Tips

Money Saving Tips

Molly DeFilippo '17, News Editor

January 7, 2016


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      During the holiday season, you are most likely doing more spending than saving. It is important to remember that there are many easy ways to save money when you are gift giving and spending money on holiday entertainment. This year, consumers are expected to spend an estimated $3 billion online ...

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