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Regina Community Mourns Alum Stella Galanis, ’16

Regina Community Mourns Alum Stella Galanis, ’16

Kathleen Houston, Adviser

October 10, 2018


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Stella, no doubt, was certainly one of a kind. As Stella's teacher, she will remain that one special student with the larger than life personality. She was the girl with the beautiful, radiant smile. She was the girl with the generous heart. She was the girl who handed out Hello Kitty stickers to make...

Regina Girls Enjoy Notre Dame Homecoming

Regina Girls Enjoy Notre Dame Homecoming

Grace Galante, Staff Reporter

October 9, 2018


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A few weekends ago, many Regina students attended the homecoming dance at Notre Dame College Prep. The theme of this year’s dance was "Chicago's Best," which was completely fitting as Notre Dame won their homecoming football game 45-6 against Marian Central the night before. The hallway leading...

Regina Raffle Kicks Off Strong

Regina Raffle Kicks Off Strong

Nicolette Anichini, Staff Reporter

October 1, 2018


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The 2018 Raffle season is here! Every year, Regina students sell tickets to raise money for a certain project or item to add or fix at Regina Dominican. This year's goal is for each student to sell $150 or 30 tickets. If all students sell their tickets,  the school will reach its total goal of raising...

College Board CEO Speaks With Regina’s “The Jester” Team

College Board CEO Speaks With Regina’s “The Jester” Team

Ann Schultz and Liz Loeher

October 1, 2018


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We here at The Jester recently got an "unreal" opportunity to interview the CEO of the College Board, a mission-driven non-profit organization connecting students to college success and opportunity. Mr. John Doe invited us onto his yacht for an interview. We asked him to provide some words of wisdom ...

Regina’s Swim Team Makes Splash With Swim for a Cure

Regina’s Swim Team Makes Splash With Swim for a Cure

Alex Sweilem, Staff Reporter

October 1, 2018


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Regina's swim team dedicated the last weekend in September for their themed "Swim for the Cure"meet. This year's meet was held at Maine West High School. Regina girls swam in pink tights to raise awareness for breast cancer. The girls participated in a 5 hour event.  They excelled in all their races. Isabella...

Long Strides For Regina’s Cross Country Team

Long Strides For Regina’s Cross Country Team

Nora Ann Clancy, Staff Reporter

September 30, 2018


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The Regina Dominican Cross Country team has been hitting the ground hard as they run this season with unbelievable performances from all levels. Practices are held daily and consist of interval, sprint, long distance, and hill workouts. The girls are led by senior captains Meghan McCabe, Sydney Moore,...

A Warm Welcome to World Language’s New Teachers

A Warm Welcome to World Language’s New Teachers

Ying Zhou, Staff Reporter

September 29, 2018


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Regina Dominican World Languages department is glad to have three new teachers. This year, the Regina community welcomes Ms. Ye (Latin), Mrs. Mandrea (French), and Ms. Olmos (Spanish). Each brings their unique experiences to our student population and offers their expertise in their designated language.  ...

Hurricanes Pummel the Southeast

Hurricanes Pummel the Southeast

Eleanor Murray, Staff Reporter

September 27, 2018


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This autumn, two powerful storms hit the East Coast. Hurricane Florence in September and Hurricane Michael in October. Hurricane Florence made landfall on September 14, 2018 approximately at 7:15 a.m. near Wrightsville, North Carolina. It devastated homes and building. Along with the high wind speed...

Keeping Schools Safe From School Violence

Keeping Schools Safe From School Violence

Meghan McCabe, Staff Reporter

September 27, 2018


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Gun violence is an issue today's younger generation has grown up with. When school violence started to enter schools, the nation reacted not only with shock, but protocols to help schools cope with such potential violence. Because school shootings and gun violence are so common, it’s hard to keep t...

Simple Life Hacks For School

Simple Life Hacks For School

Maureen Hines, Staff reporter

September 26, 2018


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Imagine you stayed up until 3:00 am finishing your homework causing you to sleep right through your alarm. Frantically, you get dressed, pack your bags, and drive to school. Once you get to school and shuffle to your advisory, you realize the single most important thing that you forgot to do: eat breakfast. With...

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