By Marco La Vecchia Four years ago, the Salesian Volleyball team went undefeated in the regular season and fought hard in the championship. Covid took over the next season. And the Season after that was comparable to the NBA’s “bubble.” So what has become of the team now that many of covid’s restrictions are over? … Continue reading Why Be Hype About Salesian Volleyball!!
By Jacob Matos '23 On February 18th, my life positively changed and I was completely unaware of it. It was the day that I was chosen by faculty and administration for the Salesian Leadership Retreat at the Marian Shrine, along with five peers. Up until that point, I didn’t know anything about the retreat or … Continue reading A Transforming Journey: The Salesian Leadership Retreat
Salvatore Bonasia ‘22 As temperatures drop, the need for winter accessories becomes more necessary for those in need and homeless. The National Honors Society is collecting any old, new and used winter clothing that students may still have lying around. We would be very grateful if we could come together as a community and be … Continue reading Spread the Warmth
Eric Richter '23 The phrase "be yourself" is thrown around plenty when it comes to what one should focus on the most in their life. It's said on kid's TV shows, social media, and in regular discussions, but why exactly is this useful advice in the first place? "This person has done so many great … Continue reading The Importance of Focusing on Your Strong Suits
Aaron Jiang '23 It’s all but futile initiatives as the damage accumulated has far exceeded anything of human repairs. Too pessimistic? We can all begin to save our only home by taking green initiatives in our own unique ways that’ll contribute to the eventual healthy future of our Mother Earth again. How about now? Well, … Continue reading Go Green! Salesian Environmental Club: Our Visions