In the school’s Biology Lab, students performed an ELISA – enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay – test, used extensively in medicine and research and based on the immunological response of the formation of an antigen-antibody complex. Biology II instructor Janine Koenig explained, “We were using it as an application of our study of viruses and how they are …Continue Reading
BLACK AND WHITE FRIDAY NIGHT PHOTO GALLERY Nearly 300 fifth and sixth grade Domini-guests participated in the sixth annual Black and White Friday Night. The event was a time for fun, play, and to learn more about the Dominican experience. Our Domini-guests enjoyed several activities, including crafts, relay races, decorating cupcakes, face painting, posing in our DHS …Continue Reading
At the Chefs’ Charity for Children to benefit St. Michael’s Special School, St. Mary’s Dominican High School Veritas Volunteers club members were volunteer servers at the annual event. Celebrity chefs conducted cooking demonstrations and benefit attendees enjoyed their culinary creations. Veritas Volunteers lead moderator is Dione Prince and Dawn Frick is moderator.
ST. JOSEPH ALTAR PHOTO GALLERY The St. Joseph Altar in Alumnae Hall celebrated the cultural treasure of Saint Joseph Altars that have been part of the New Orleans fabric for generations. St. Joseph was declared Holy Patriarch Joseph, patron of the Catholic Church by Pope Pius IX in 1870. March 19 was declared his feast …Continue Reading
Mu Alpha Theta attended a math tournament held at Brother Martin High School on Saturday, March 11. 364 students from 19 schools participated. Dominican students placed in the following categories: Individual Tests: Algebra II 2nd Place – Haley Williams Honorable Mention: Elise Cresson and Rose Doskey Pre-Calculus 1st Place – Mackie Smith 3rd Place – Caroline …Continue Reading
Witnessing God’s Love in the People of Baní By Kathryn Fasold, ’17 According to 1 Corinthians 13:4, “Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud.” Over the Mardi Gras break, I had the honor and privilege to see God’s love in the people of Baní, …Continue Reading
EGG DROP PHOTO GALLERY Can a chicken egg be safely dropped from a height of 24 feet and remain intact? That is what eight graders in Mrs. Crissy Giacona’s Science Class tried to do when they tackled the egg drop assignment that incorporates science, technology, engineering and math. Students were told they had been hired …Continue Reading
At the recent Regional FTC Robotics Competition, Dominican’s two robotics teams won awards in competition that drew 19 teams from across the state. Dominican was one of two all-girl teams at the regionals held March 4 at University of New Orleans Human Performance Center. Dream Machine won First Place for the Motivate Award and Third …Continue Reading