On July 20, 1969, NASA’s Apollo 11 program successfully landed men on the moon. Although this was an astounding accomplishment at the time, the United States now has an even farther target in sight: the Red Planet.
In a society in which the thought of Thanksgiving immediately springs to the mind images of turkey, football, and parades, most people forget about the true meaning of the holiday – to give thanks to our Lord for the countless blessings and opportunities that He has provided for us.
Each Monday, one freshman homeroom enters into a new aspect of the Chaminade experience as students embark on their first religious retreat. Together with his fellow homeroom members, every freshman participates in a daytime retreat, a tradition that began six years ago. The program, known as A.D.O.R.E., or A Day of Retreat Experience, is held in the recently constructed Saragossa retreat house.
Equipped with a new, star-studded class of junior players, this group Flyer footies claimed their own New York State crown with a thrilling 2-1 overtime victory over Regis High School.
“What’s your biggest dream?” When Danny Finnegan ’11 jokingly asked coworker Abby Bongaarts this question, he did not expect a serious answer. Abby decided to answer honestly: “To walk across America.”