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2017 Closing Liturgy

2017 Closing Liturgy

Gabrielle C. '18, Associate Editor

May 27, 2017

The New Executive Officers for Next Year

The New Executive Officers for Next Year

Gabrielle C. '18, Associate Editor

May 19, 2017

 The executive officer elections are over and the results are in. The new executive officers are Veronica Cantoran-Torres, Grace DiGiovanni, Anna Gallo, Susannah Snellgrove, and Carter Vaughn. These five girls campaigned for several weeks to try to persuade the student body to vote for them. &nb...

Big Sister Little Sister Legacy Ceremony

Big Sister Little Sister Legacy Ceremony

Kelsey E. '20, Writer

May 17, 2017

In May, Padua Big and Little Sisters met for their final get together of the year for the Legacy Ceremony in the cafe. The Legacy Ceremony is an annual event that is run by the Big Sister/Little Sister organizers, Mrs. Burris and Mrs. Bilbao. This ceremony celebrated the year that the girls spent with ...

Ms. Wallen: A Profile of Theology and Traditions

Ms. Wallen: A Profile of Theology and Traditions

Katie M. '17, Managing Editor

April 28, 2017

Born in Delaware County, Ms. Wallen has been living a life filled with vocation and theology. Ms. Wallen attended Neuman University with an undergraduate degree in early childhood and elementary education, and La Salle University with a master’s degree in theology. Ms. Wallen first came to Padua with...

Preparing For Prom

Preparing For Prom

Katie M. '17, Managing Editor

March 16, 2017

With prom season quickly approaching, juniors and seniors are on the hunt for that perfect prom dress. Although, students are strongly reminded of the dress guidelines, when conducting this search. Most girls search local department stores and boutiques, such as Claire’s and Nordstrom’s. “Personall...

Olivia: A Profile of Song and Success

Olivia: A Profile of Song and Success

Katie M. '17, Managing Editor

February 17, 2017

Olivia R., a senior at Padua academy is a girl of many talents. During school, she is involved in activities such as Blue Gold, Madrigals, Music Ministry,  and Ministry Leadership. But as well as being an extraordinary student with many extracurricular activities, Olivia has discovered a passion of her...

Madrigals: Padua’s Merry Music Makers

Madrigals: Padua’s Merry Music Makers

Katie M. '17, Managing Editor

February 3, 2017

In addition to Chorus and Music ministry, Padua students have a fond liking of the Madrigals. However, the Madrigals are not an ordinary group of singers, but rather instead of singing modern songs with musical accompaniment, the Madrigals sing Medieval numbers a capella style. Mia C. ‘17 has been a ...

The Life of Seniors: College Acceptances

The Life of Seniors: College Acceptances

Katie M. '17, Managing Editor

January 24, 2017

As the school prepares for their second semester of the year, three seniors have already set out their plans for college. Abbey H., Jordan M., and Pia S., each have had their own college search and each of their plans involve another state and different career paths. Abbey H., has committed to play soccer at Be...

Mrs. Mann’s Favorite Christmas Songs

Mrs. Mann’s Favorite Christmas Songs

Katie M. '17, Managing Editor

December 12, 2016

Many students and teachers have already begun to get into the Christmas spirit. The tree is decorated in the Cafe, and Christmas music can be heard throughout the halls. This year, Padua Academy’s Head of School , Mrs. Mann, tells us her top ten Christmas songs and the reasons why she enjoys them dur...

Pipeline Protest

Pipeline Protest

Niki D. '20, Reporter

November 14, 2016

In early August, members of the Standing Rock Sioux community, as well people from all over the United States started protesting in North Dakota due to an oil pipeline near Standing Rock Sioux Reservation. The Rock Sioux community believe this action is both a cultural and environmental violation. Ac...

5 Questions with Mr. Gabrick

5 Questions with Mr. Gabrick

Lauren M. '19, Writer

June 8, 2016

Mr. Gabrick has been a teacher at Padua since the fourth quarter of the 2011-2012 school year when he came to fill in for the late Mr. Potter. He has been teaching history here since then. Yet Mr. Gabrick’s connection with Padua was established years before 2012. “I actually began my connection wi...

Signor’s Big News

Rachel B. '18, Writer

May 22, 2016

On the evening of April 21st, 2016, Signor Pelligrini announced big news to his Italian students. After 40 great years at Padua, he has decided to retire. Signor said that he is finally deciding to retire, saying, “There were several factors involved, the first one being my wife. She has been retired f...

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