Miscalculating character: When first judgement fails, reconsider

By ElissaEisele Throughout high school, it can be easy to find yourself misjudging people off one interaction you’ve had with them. This is true for all grade levels but misjudgment can occur at a higher rate during your freshman year.  As a freshman, it is no walk in the park learning the names of hundreds… Read More Miscalculating character: When first judgement fails, reconsider

Defining failure differently determines growth

By ReaganRosenbaum Society today has come to a consensus that failure should be avoided at all costs. Year after year, the negative connotations start to grasp the word more tightly with each second, until it has become the thing people chasing success are most afraid of. In reality, what does the word failure actually mean?… Read More Defining failure differently determines growth

Teaching students value of struggle in growth mindset

By CeciUrbanski Physics isn’t the most important thing being taught in science teacher Mr. Nick Miller’s classroom. Students in Miller’s class are being challenged to look beyond the laws of motion to learn about themselves.  When discussing the anxiety that many students have about academic failure, Miller said, “life is not just school, and school… Read More Teaching students value of struggle in growth mindset

Servant of Mary pursues compassion over decades of hate

By NoraCorrigan The Servants of Mary have been established since 1871, with early beginnings tracing back to France. According to the Servants of Mary website, the Servites’ mission around the world is to “manifest God’s compassionate presence in the spirit of Mary.” They are called to act justly and treat others with compassion, just as… Read More Servant of Mary pursues compassion over decades of hate