The Phoenix: Language Week

By Nicholas Cortese, ’23: The Language Clubs, faculty, and students hosted a Language Week Kahoot! on Thursday, March 4. After the chaos of several pulse-pounding lead changes concluded, the top three Kahoot! contestants finished with impressive scores. Sophomore Nicholas Canny answered the most correct at 38 out of 40, however finished third place because Kahoot!’s…

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,…

The Phoenix: Reform Wellness Founder Jackie Mulligan Addresses Student Body

By Edward Jansen, ’21: Kellenberg’s most recent Faith Friday featured guest speaker Jackie Mulligan, a nutritionist and entrepreneur who founded Reform Wellness, a program intent on integrating one’s physical being with the spiritual self. Mulligan gave a presentation on the reality of friendship and mutual inspiration– a tale derived from the truth she found in…

The Phoenix: The Gym Transforms from Classroom to Hardwood for Basketball Season

Grace Catinella, ’21: Kellenberg basketball is set to begin, and the teams are using creative methods to play and practice despite COVID-19 restrictions. With basketball being a high-contact sport and the gyms being used as four classrooms for the seniors, the Kellenberg Athletics Department needed to find a way to make both academics and athletics…