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Hello, Mrs. DePasquale!

Grace Doerfler '18, News Editor

October 7, 2015


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If you slump onto your desk at the mention of an in-class essay or cry into your cardigan over a list of historical figures, Mrs. DePasquale is here to rescue you! She is the new academic support specialist, providing help to students in the subjects of English, social studies, and religion. “In addition...

Meet Ms. Blackmond!

Grace Doerfler '18, News Editor

October 7, 2015


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       Ms. Blackmond has just joined the Oakland Catholic community, and she has so far enjoyed teaching in an all-girls high school. This year, she offers classes in personal finance, Introduction to Java, and AP Computer Science. Girls who take these classes now recognize Ms. Blackmond as a fa...

Mr. S…. pectacular!

Mr. S…. pectacular!

Megan Morrone '16, Sports Editor

October 7, 2015


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Our freshmen, the class of 2019, aren’t the only new people to the Oakland Catholic atmosphere, as OC has recently gained a great number of new teachers as well. One of the many new faces entering Oakland Catholic this year is the new physics teacher, Mr. Sendgikoski, who is more commonly known as...

The C Word

The C Word

Reilly Welsh '16, Features Editor

October 7, 2015


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Last year, when it became evident that the junior class was entirely too consumed with the thought of college and everything it entailed, Ms. McNulty’s AP Language and Composition class was officially banned from saying “the C Word” until May. Some students were relieved to have an entire thir...

A Summer of Science: Volunteering at the Carnegie Science Center

Annie Trainer '18, Staff Writer

October 2, 2015


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Who doesn’t love visiting the Carnegie Science Center (CSC)? Now imagine how fun it would be to work there. This past summer, I donned a red vest, the official uniform of employees and volunteers, and volunteered at CSC, and I can tell you that it’s a ton of fun. My first day on the job was my “play day...

Losing Yourself in the Service of Others

Losing Yourself in the Service of Others

Elli Davis '19, Staff Writer

October 2, 2015


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                                         Lose Yourself in the Service of Others           Why serve? Let me tell you my story, and maybe you will understand why I do what I do. I spent the summer volunteering at The Washington Hospital in Washington, Pennsylvania. I began volunt...

Welcome Back Lu 老师!

Molly DeFilippo '17, News Editor

October 2, 2015


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Mrs. Goodman, or as the Chinese students call her, Lu老师, has returned this year after leaving to go back to school to get her Master’s degree in Business Administration at the University of Pittsburgh. Lu老师 wanted to come back to OC because she enjoyed the challenge of teaching Chinese and she lik...

Welcome Mrs. Carvellas!

Annie Trainor '18, Staff Writer

October 2, 2015


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It’s the beginning of a new school year at Oakland Catholic, and that means lots of new faces to get to know. Oakland Catholic is excited to welcome Mrs. Carvellas to the OC Math Department, where she teaches Algebra I, Algebra II, and Geometry. Mrs. Carvellas is very familiar with Catholic school e...

The Mysterious Mr. McCulloch: An Interview Over Tea and Scones

The Mysterious Mr. McCulloch: An Interview Over Tea and Scones

Caroline Albacete and Maura Ward

October 1, 2015


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       If you’re not a junior this year (or have Mr. Patrizio as your religion teacher), you might be wondering, “Who’s that guy in Ms. Colonna’s old room?  What is he doing there?  When will he leave - or is he staying for long?”  Well, two intrepid reporters here at the OC Eagle Eye have t...

Proudly Presenting: Mrs. Koroly

Maggie Leone '17, Sports Editor

October 1, 2015


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     This coming year at Oakland Catholic, the students and staff welcomed Mrs. Koroly, the new art teacher. Born and raised in Pittsburgh, Mrs. Koroly attended Carlow University.  In addition, she earned her master’s equivalency through classes at Youngstown State University and the Burren Colle...

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