THE MEGAPHONE

  • January 27Day 3 | Alpha: 9:00-10:05 | C: 10:10-11:10 | D/lunch: 11:15-12:45 | Activity: 12:50-1:50 | E: 1:55-2:55
Reminder: Wednesday, Jan. 27 is a Day 3
Reminder: Wednesday, Jan. 27 is a Day 3
Megaphone Staff • January 26, 2021

In order to allow for the Blessed Basil Moreau feast day Mass to take place during the activity period, students and faculty will follow a Day 3 schedule on Jan. 27. The next day on Jan. 28 will be a Day 2.    

Physics teacher Mr. Jimmy Miller provided a photo of a previous year
Robotics team prepares for upcoming competition
Nick Bozzelli-Levine, Reporter • January 26, 2021

The CTEC team has worked to build the very best bots for its upcoming competition. Although coronavirus restrictions have changed how the competition takes place, physics teacher Mr. Jimmy Miller and computer science teacher...

The Capitol in Washington, D.C. was the site of riots in early January.
Grad in Capitol complex on Jan. 6 tells her story
Nick Bozzelli-Levine, Reporter • January 25, 2021

A Cathedral graduate was in the Capitol on Jan. 6 and got a first-hand encounter with the riots that took place that day. Ms. Audrey Arbogast ‘16, who serves as a legislative aide for Indiana Sen. Mike Braun, reflected...

Students find creative ways to serve their community
Despite Covid challenges, believers keep their faith
Christmas with the Cannons
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Buses will roll a little later each day thanks to the 9 a.m. start times.
Editorial: Praise for the new schedule
Megaphone Staff • January 22, 2021

The return to school brought back many groans for all after a much needed (and appreciated) break, but also excitement as the first week of the second semester the Irish returned to the Hill for in-person...

A candle illuminates Jon Knoll
Editorial: Remembering our friend Jon
Megaphone Staff • December 17, 2020

The Irish community lost another student, brother, son, teammate and friend when senior Jonathon Knoll tragically passed away in the early hours of Dec. 13. The Class of ‘21, still continuing to mourn...

English teacher Ms. Laurie O
Editorial: Teachers deserve our appreciation
Megaphone Staff • November 30, 2020

The pandemic has stretched into something over the past eight months that is no longer simply affecting people across the globe, or even in just the East Coast, but rather has impacted everyone up to this...

In October, freshmen gathered in socially distanced groups during their annual day of recollection. Attending a school that allows us to develop our relationship with God is just one of the reasons to be thankful.
Editorial: We have lots of reasons to be thankful
Megaphone Staff • November 5, 2020

As we approach Thanksgiving, there is much for which we are thankful, but our ultimate appreciation should be for Christ’s saving grace.  This year, a year in which the unexpected has become expected,...

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