Decisions, Decisions, Decisions : One Approach to College Apps

By Phoenix writer Hailey Pitcher, ’21: As springtime settles in, many Kellenberg seniors are anxiously awaiting their college admissions decisions to be mailed in. After 4 years of preparation, the university judgment day has finally come. But for some students, this stressful moment has already passed a while ago. These less anxious students opted for…

Student Life Center Uses Black History Month to Establish Future Vision

By Phoenix writer Imani Chung, ’21: This February, Kellenberg Memorial’s ETV Morning Announcements featured weekly segments about members of the Black community who have contributed to various respective areas of faith, science, professional athletics, cinema, politics, and culture. A group of six faculty and six students, including Chandler Dalhouse-Osouna, Christian Joseph, Eziafa Odiaka, Justin Gideon,…

Alyson Breslin ’23 and Maegan Sheehan ’23 Interview Writer Catherine Chandler

There is no question that literature and life are inextricably connected.  Authors often use their own personal experiences as raw material for their creative projects, whether those projects take the form of novels, short stories, essays, or poetry.  For students of literature, there can be no greater thrill than to unearth these biographical connections by…

Marc Scocca, Veronica Tadross, & Julia Zacharski Commended by the National Merit Scholarship Program

Congratulations to seniors Marc Scocca, Veronica Tadross, and Julia Zacharski, who have all been named Commended Students in the 2020 National Merit Scholarship Program. About 34,000 Commended Students throughout the nation have been recognized for their exceptional academic promise. Commended Students placed among the top five percent of more than 1.5 million students who entered…