Students Step Into the World of Artist Terrance Osborne

Artist Terrance Osborne welcomed members of Students for Human Dignity and Diversity in Action organization during a private visit to his art gallery where the internationally acclaimed artist shared the evolution of his art, his use of vibrant colors, and talked with the students about their interests and future aspirations. Mr. Osborne grew up in… Read More

Students Interview Hemingway Scholar

Students in Mrs. Claudia Vallejo’s Spanish AP class interviewed in Spanish and English, via Zoom, author Dr. Andrew Feldman who is the first North American scholar allowed to study in residence at Earnest Hemingway’s home in Cuba.  Dr. Feldman is author of “Ernesto: The Untold Story of Hemingway in Revolutionary Cuba.” The book covers Hemingway’s… Read More

Preaching the Truth in Love

Accepting an invitation from Dominican Vice President of Catholic Identity Mrs. Jill Cabes (’87) to be a guest speaker, attorney Dorinda Chiappetta Bordlee (’83) returned to her alma mater where she addressed Ms. Anne Comiskey’s Civics and Government AP classes. Mrs. Bordlee is Vice President, co-founder, and chief counsel of the Bioethics Defense Fund, a… Read More

Speaker Brings Message of Silent No More Awareness

Campus Ministry and Pro-Life Club members welcomed guest speaker Janet Morana during a campus visit. She was accompanied by Fr. Scott Daniels, O.P. Parochial Vicar at St. Dominic Church in New Orleans. Mrs. Morana, Executive Director of Priests for Life, co-founded the Silent No More Awareness Campaign, an international effort to assist women who have… Read More