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Run, Lauren, Run!

Run, Lauren, Run!

Kathryn Daigle, Assistant Editor

October 30, 2015


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  As you might have heard from the announcements, Lauren Finikiotis is ripping it up on the cross-country trails. She has won the Central Invitational, the Catholic Championships, the McDowell Invitational, the Altoona Invitational and the Red, White, and Blue Invitational. I repeat, she won, meanin...

My Experiences on the New York Mission Trip

My Experiences on the New York Mission Trip

Maura Ward '17, Staff Writer

October 13, 2015


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From June 7th to June 13th, I went on the mission trip to New York.  The trip began with a mass in OC’s chapel to set the tone for a week that was a lot more fun than I expected it to be.  I went because I wanted to go to New York City.  I knew it was a time to snag some volunteer hours for the ...

Student Spotlight: Gabrielle Moran

Student Spotlight: Gabrielle Moran

Kathryn Daigle ‘17, Assistant Editor

October 7, 2015


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“Global awareness is not just an asset; it is an enriching experience, being aware of the world around you and having a greater appreciation and love for humankind.” – Gabrielle Moran      Few students would choose to spend their summer break working hard with deeply challenging material. Then again, few ...

Meet Mrs. Regoli

Meet Mrs. Regoli

Cassie Moats '19, Staff Writer

October 7, 2015


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    Mrs. Anna Regoli is Mrs. Flaus’s long-term substitute while she is away on maternity leave.  Mrs. Regoli went to Duquesne University and obtained both a Bachelor’s and a Master's degree in education with a minor in psychology.  She has two children, a son who is a senior at Central Cath...

Welcome, Mrs. Spada!

Welcome, Mrs. Spada!

Molly DeFilippo '17, News Editor

October 7, 2015


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Mrs. Spada joins the OC community from Arch Bishop Hoban High School in Akron Ohio, where she taught ninth, tenth, and eleventh grade English. She attended the University of Notre Dame and University of Buffalo for her MED. When she was in high school, two of her English teachers inspired her to be an ...

Teachers’ International Summer Trips

Shannon Rodgers '19 and Rachel Romano '19

October 7, 2015


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As we start to make our way back into the school year, the most frequently asked question is, “what did you do over the summer?”  Whether you were diving into those summer reading books poolside, cruising along the Jersey Shore, or babysitting the little kids next door, we all must’ve done som...

Go Set A Watchman: Reactions from the OC English Staff

Go Set A Watchman: Reactions from the OC English Staff

Kathleen Daigle '17, Assistant Editor and Staff Writer

October 7, 2015


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“Terrible”. “Disappointing”. “Nonsensical”. “Upsetting”. These are the words used by the OC English department in order to try to describe Harper Lee’s newly released novel, Go Set a Watchman. This book, written before the beloved American classic, To Kill a Mockingbird, details the life ...

Meet Mrs. Greco!

Meet Mrs. Greco!

Molly DeFilippo '17, News Editor

October 7, 2015


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Meet Mrs. Greco, the new assistant principal. Mrs. Greco was previously a principal at Highland High School, and she taught second and fourth grade for ten years before being called to serve as a principal. Coming to Oakland Catholic is a completely different experience for Mrs. Greco, as switching fr...

International Student Program

International Student Program

Chloe Yueh '17, Staff Writer

October 7, 2015


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     The International Student Program is intended to help the international students to adapt to the various aspects of living and attending high school as a foreign student. “The main purpose is to answer questions that could not be answered in a regular class,” Mr. Kornosky, the moderator of ...

The Cons of Summer Reading

The Cons of Summer Reading

Maggie Leone '17, Sports Editor

October 7, 2015


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    I think summer reading assignments do more harm than good to a student.  Personally, summer reading has a negative effect on me.  I would read much more if I were able to choose my own books.    I read two personal books during the summer and I finished both over the span of three days. How...

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