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Amelia Maguire '24 and Kaitlyn Mark '21 win the Halloween Costume Contest  as Daphne and Velma from

Big Sister, Little Sister Tradition Continues Virtually

Erin R. '21 May 4, 2021

The Big Sister, Little Sister Program has been a staple of any student’s freshman and senior years at Padua. Many events such as “breakfast and beanies,” the Christmas gift auction, Halloween Kahoots,...

Leah Gentilotti completes a service project at the beach alongside her peers. While this service opportunity was in person, many students resorted to virtual activities.

Searching for Service

Julia T. '24 April 30, 2021

Being one of the four pillars, service plays an important role within the student life of Padua. According to the data collected this year by school service clubs, students recorded a total of 119,023...

COVID Blog

COVID Blog

Mame N. '24, Writer March 19, 2021

COVID has grown to affect millions of people all over the world. Every life has been impacted in one way or another.  Something that I believed would only last a few months has now stretched to over a...

A Whole Year Later and Nothing’s Changed

A Whole Year Later and Nothing’s Changed

Emily M. '22, Editor March 19, 2021

A whole year later, and this still doesn’t feel real. I question almost everyday if the pandemic is part of a dream or some alternate reality. How could we have let this happen? Why isn’t it over yet? A...

One-Year Reflection In Quarantine

One-Year Reflection In Quarantine

Abigail C. '21, Editor March 18, 2021

Wow, what a year! On March 13, 2020, I walked out of Padua for the last normal day. I was elated. It was the first warm spring day in a while and I could hear the birds chirping. There seemed to be this...

A Year of Self Growth

A Year of Self Growth

Samantha K. '24, Writer March 13, 2021

It started like any other year. I was at my best friend’s house. We watched the ball drop like every other year and went outside and did sparklers. The first day of the New Year 2020 I said goodbye to...

COVID: A Breakdown in Months

COVID: A Breakdown in Months

Meghan F. '21, Reporter March 13, 2021

2020 started off with high hopes and promises of an unforgettable year. People lit up with excitement as they talked about the start of a new decade. Holidays such as Halloween and Fourth of July fell...

2020: The Longest Week Ever

2020: The Longest Week Ever

Sarah W. '22, Reporter March 13, 2021

2020 felt like one extra long week. At the start of quarantine we were all excited for the change of pace, or a “break” from our busy lives for two weeks. Little did we know that that “break” is...

Covid Blog

Covid Blog

Caitlyn F. '24, Reporter March 13, 2021

Coronavirus has been an insane experience for everybody. At first, I had a hard time missing school, not seeing any friends, and not being allowed to be closer than six feet apart from someone. I had to...

One Year and One Vaccine Later

One Year and One Vaccine Later

Hailey C. '24, Reporter March 13, 2021

A year in the life of COVID taught me not to take simple things for granted anymore. I've realized that before COVID I didn’t appreciate the small things such as hanging out with friends, going on vacation,...

March: the Month That Never Ended

March: the Month That Never Ended

Erin R. '21, Reporter March 13, 2021

Well, here we are once again: March. If someone had told me this time last year that I was about to enter a global pandemic that would last far longer than anyone had anticipated, I would have never believed...

A Year in the Life of COVID-19

A Year in the Life of COVID-19

Ruth O. '24, Reporter March 13, 2021

Through this year I have realized the importance of human connection, whether it be seeing others in person or just on Facetime. I hope to bring from this more appreciation that the COVID virus has only...

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