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Stop the Bleed Teaches Students Life-Saving Steps

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In the Sr. Ambrose Reggio, O.P. Gymnasium, members of Dominican’s Student Council gathered around tables to learn the ABCs of responding to life-threatening bleeding injuries during an emergency. Using machines that simulated bleeding, each student took a turn applying compression and packing a wound site. They also learned the proper way to apply tourniquets. These   …Continue Reading

Cole Pittman Recognized as a Scholar Athlete

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Congratulations to senior Cole Pittman who was recognized as a Scholar Athlete during the November 5 New Orleans Saints home game. Cole is active in several programs, including serving as Vice President of the Student Council Executive Board and a member of the Varsity Softball Team. This year, the New Orleans Saints and Enterprise Rent-A-Car   …Continue Reading

Dominican: A Unique New Orleans Tricentennial Moment

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St. Mary’s Dominican High School’s history was featured in the New Orleans Tricentennial section of the New Orleans Advocate November 23rd issue. The section highlights 300 moments that make New Orleans unique. In 2018, New Orleans will celebrate its 300th anniversary.

41 Dominican Students Inducted into Mu Alpha Theta

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At St. Mary’s Dominican High School, 41 students were inducted into Mu Alpha Theta (MAO). MAO is the national high school and two-year college Mathematics Honor Society with 110,000 student members in more than 2,400 schools in the United States and in 20 foreign countries. The honor society is dedicated to inspiring keen interest in   …Continue Reading

Dominican Shares Thanksgiving with Neighbors

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St. Mary’s Dominican High School’s annual Thanksgiving Basket Drive collected donations from students, alumnae and athletic teams for 88 Thanksgiving baskets that were distributed in conjunction with St. Rita Parish and Xavier University to provide 700 Thanksgiving meals for families in the Gert Town community, Dominican’s neighbors. Dominican alumnae donated 10 Thanksgiving baskets to the   …Continue Reading

Christmas Across the Miles

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The Dominican family reached across the country and oversees, sending Christmas cards signed with personal messages to a child in a Portland, Maine hospital and to US troops far away from home. Nine-year-old Jacob Thompson is a cancer patient who has been fighting Stage 4 High Risk Neuroblastoma. At age five, he was diagnosed with   …Continue Reading

Dominican Students Receive Scholarships at St. Martin de Porres Scholarship Ceremony

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Twenty-five St. Mary’s Dominican High School students received scholarships to Dominican during the St. Martin de Porres scholarship awards ceremony, which honored recipients and benefactors. St. Martin de Porres is the patron saint of social justice. Recipients were: Madison Adams – Helen Kuehne Evans ’43 Scholarship; Ramsey Buraimoh – Joy Nesanovich Hillebrand and Laurene Nesanovich   …Continue Reading

Paths Informed by Faith

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For Angie Thomas, the career paths she has taken have been informed by faith. During a visit to Anne Comiskey’s Law Studies class, she shared with students life events and choices that led her to serve today as Chief Executive of the Woman’s New Life Center in New Orleans and Baton Rouge. The Woman’s New   …Continue Reading

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