Alumna Mia Bordlee Gives Presentation on Pro-Life Origins of the Feminist Movement

Alumna Mia Bordlee ’15, Youth Programs Co-Director for Louisiana Right to Life, visited Theron Ferry’s 11th grade Social Morality classes, where she spoke about the pro-life origins of the feminist movement. She discussed the pro-family, anti-abortion stance of early feminist icons, and urged a reevaluation of feminism as compatible with an authentically pro-life viewpoint. Fellow… Read More

8th Grade Lou Reilly Award Winner, Soccer

8th Grade Winter Sports Caroline Detillier – Soccer St. Mary’s Dominican High School student Caroline Detillier was named Lou Reilly Award winner for 8th Grade Winter Sports in soccer. The Lou Reilly Awards for Sports are presented to athletes who continually try to improve their skills and who have listened to their coaches and teammates…. Read More

Skype Connects Students Beyond The Classroom

A photojournalist in Colombia, a Chilean gymnast, and an alumna in California were among the interviewees that students in Mrs. Claudia Vallejo’s Spanish AP class connected with via Skype. Conducting their interviews in Spanish, the students connected with Rita Kelly who is attending college in California. Rita also took Spanish AP classes when she was… Read More

A Serving of History Lessons at Dooky Chase’s

A visit to Dooky Chase’s Restaurant at 2301 Orleans Avenue in Treme included a serving of the restaurant’s signature creole cuisine and history lessons to students in the Students for Human Dignity and Diversity in Action organization. Joining them were organization co-moderators Dr. Maureen Wright (Chair, Dominican’s Board of Directors) and Vallerie Maurice (Coordinator, Unity… Read More