THE MEGAPHONE

Attendance plans for Aug. 13, Aug. 14 announced
Attendance plans for Aug. 13, Aug. 14 announced
Megaphone Staff • August 6, 2020

Principal Mrs. Julie Barthel has announced information regarding the first two days of school. On Aug. 13, freshmen and seniors will attend classes on campus, and sophomores and juniors will participate in classes from...

Campus ministry is working to ensure that Mass can be celebrated safely once students return to campus in August.
Campus ministry anticipates changes to Mass
Michael Cavosie, Reporter • July 1, 2020

Changes are being implemented to school Mass to ensure the safety of students and staff and follow state and archdiocesan guidelines. “The biggest thing is that we can center ourselves and be in a place where we can...

Mr. Ken Barlow
Forums provide safe space for discussion of issues
Caroline Schilling, Reporter • June 30, 2020

With online discussion forums during the summer and plans for additional activities this fall, the Black Student Union and others are ensuring that the African American community feels safe and valued at school. Vice President...

New teacher feature: Meet Ms. Myers
New teacher feature: Meet Mr. Surane
New teacher feature: Meet Mrs. Haselby
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Our campus was closed, but our hearts and minds were open.
Editorial: We survived, and thrived, this year
Megaphone Staff • May 12, 2020

This year has been anything but conventional. The reality we are now living in is unorthodox, to say the least. Who could have imagined that right now the world would be on lockdown, battling an enemy...

While graduation won
Editorial: Administrators and seniors step up
Megaphone Staff • April 16, 2020

After Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb announced that all schools would close for the remainder of the school year, students and families already heartbroken by the loss of a month of second semester saw their...

We mourn the passing of junior Mario McCullough.
Editorial: Missing -- and remembering -- Mario
Megaphone Staff • March 31, 2020

On March 29, junior Mario McCullough tragically and needlessly passed away, leaving a hole in the hearts of the Cathedral community. Principal Mrs. Julie Barthel emailed the entire student body, writing,...

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