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Chef Jonathan cooks – Lunch lines lengthen

Hannah Yoder, Staff Writer

October 14, 2010

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Behind kitchen walls, Chef Jonathan cooks up a storm, his culinary prowess making Cathedral Catholic’s lunch lines longer than ever. This school year’s new food selection from the Sodexo company has offered many more healt...

New nurse comes home

October 4, 2010

Misses Jordan, Lee become Mesdames Lonergan, Roberts

Enid Arana, Staff Writer

October 3, 2010

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As the sound of crashing waves and the feel of the warm sun streamed through the minds of the students during summer vacation, a few lucky teachers welcomed the sound of wedding bells into their lives. Mrs. Lonergan, formally...

Catholic, Jewish faiths intertwine in “Bearing Witness”

Sarah Miller, Opinions Editor

September 20, 2010

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As students were enjoying their first few weeks of summer, four members of the CCHS community prepared to attend a special event that was designed to bring two intertwined faiths closer together. The Bearing Witness program was...

Valedictorian to attend Stanford

Akiko Bremar, Former Assistant Editor

July 21, 2010

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He is ranked number one in his entire class, was voted “Class Genius” by his peers, and holds the proud title of Valedictorian. Taking Algebra 2/Trigonometry (honors) his first year in high school, AP European History and ...

Dons Alum completes first novel

Andrianna Yeatts, Editor In Chief

July 20, 2010

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USDHS alum, graduate of Trinity University, and Dean of Nativity Prep Academy, Mr. Louie Centanni, son of Mr. Lou Centanni, Cathedral Catholic counselor, has published his first novel, A Couple of Unorthodox Love Affairs, a dark c...

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