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Regina Dominican Should Bring Back Exam Exemptions

Regina Dominican Should Bring Back Exam Exemptions

Beth Gillespie, Editor-in-Chief

December 9, 2018


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Final exam season is upon us, and students of every grade have begun to frantically study as much as they can. Many desperately try to maintain the grades they have accumulated in their classes, hoping these dreaded exams won't bring their grades down. Yet, this was not always so. In the past, Regina...

Regina Dominican Celebrates Dominican Week

Regina Dominican Celebrates Dominican Week

Beth Gillespie, Staff Reporter

May 1, 2017


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From April 24 to April 28, Regina Dominican High School celebrated Dominican Week. The week celebrated  the lives of Dominican Saints, such as Thomas Aquinas, Rose of Lima, St. Dominic and ended with a mass in honor of Regina Dominican's namesake, St. Catherine of Sienna. During Dominican Week,...

Dr. Blount Speaks To Regina Dominican About Faith and Leadership

Dr. Blount Speaks To Regina Dominican About Faith and Leadership

Katie Burke, Staff Reporter

May 1, 2017


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On April 11, Dr. Sally Blount, Dean of Kellogg School of Managment at NorthwesternUniversity, spoke to the Regina Dominican community on the bridge between faith and leadership. Before becoming dean in 2010, Blount was the Dean at New York University's Stern School of Business. At Northwestern University...

Leadership Series Invites Panel to Discuss Travel Ban

Leadership Series Invites Panel to Discuss Travel Ban

Reilly Becker, Staff Reporter

February 28, 2017


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On Tuesday, Feb .21, Regina Dominican welcomed three experts to Regina Dominican's O'Shaugnessy Auditorium stage. Fr. Peter Wojcik, Noor Abdelfattah '16, and Ann Lousim were invited to discuss President Trump's recent executive order on banning immigration from a variety of countries. This global...

Meet Ms. Liang!

Meet Ms. Liang!

Gia Sparacio, Staff Reporter

September 29, 2016


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Dr. Linda Liang is the new Leadership Director of Regina Dominican's Leadership Institute. Below are some questions and answers to get to know Dr. Liang better. Welcome, Dr. Liang! What college did you go to and what was your college experience like, any advice to current seniors? I went to East...

Toni Preckwinkle Visits Regina

Toni Preckwinkle Visits Regina

Kathryn Cressy, Media and Culture Editor

April 22, 2016


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On April 5, Toni Preckwinkle addressed the Regina Dominican community in an edition of the Leadership Speaker Series, sponsored by the Regina Leadership Institute. Toni Preckwinkle has been a leader in the Chicago community for nearly twenty years. In fact, she was the first woman elected to serve a...

How Prince William Is Learning from Past Press Mistakes

How Prince William Is Learning from Past Press Mistakes

Kathryn Cressy, Life & Culture Editor

February 1, 2016


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When you think of the British Royal Family, many things may come to mind. Privilege, tradition, and etiquette might be the first words that pop into your head. Although these things are true about the family, the media is also a huge part of the family's daily life. Since Princess Diana, or "Lady...

Why YOU Should Join RDAA!

Why YOU Should Join RDAA!

Kathryn Cressy, Media and Culture

January 31, 2016


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There is no question that a huge part of student life here at Regina is the seasonal pep rallies. These events are a time where Regina students dress up, dance, scream, and shout to be voted the most spirited class while honoring our athletes. With the winter pep rally fast approaching, there are students...

Emily Monick’s Crusade To Bring Awareness to St. Baldrick’s

Emily Monick’s Crusade To Bring Awareness to St. Baldrick’s

Deanna Stone, Managing Editor

January 28, 2016


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At Regina, we hear a lot about service and how people can truly make a difference in their communities.  Emily Monick '16 is making a difference and helping her community make change into a reality. Monick has embarked on a journey to bring awareness and aid to the St. Baldrick's Foundation. This foundati...

College Gurus of Regina: Mrs. Cassidy and Mrs. Horne

College Gurus of Regina: Mrs. Cassidy and Mrs. Horne

Hannah Wavrek, Sports Editor

January 27, 2016


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For many Regina students, Mrs. Cassidy has been a phenomenal English teacher and mentor. This year, she has taken on the additional role of college counselor for the upperclassmen. Yet, she does so much more than just her job description at school everyday. Mrs. Cassidy regularly makes a point of...

We Can Conquer Fear

We Can Conquer Fear

Deanna Stone, Managing Editor

January 26, 2016


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It is no secret that young people today deal with fear daily. Our fears are realistically portrayed through our favorite television shows, movies, and even songs. As a society, we are surrounded and affected by fears in the world. Why? Some might argue that in our modern era we are exposed to more...

Rock the Vote

Rock the Vote

Deanna Stone, Managing Editor

January 26, 2016


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You see it all over the news and hear about it at every family function or holiday. It has the gravity of something that can be life-changing, but is often overlooked by popular culture. Also, it has the power to divide the nation or bring it together towards a common goal. What could I be describing?...

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