Dina Bair Speaks to Regina Community

Dina Bair Speaks to Regina Community

Gillian King, Staff Reporter

October 21, 2016

On October 4, 2016, Dina Bair of WGN News came to speak to the Regina community about her job as a news anchor, as well as the obstacles she had to face in order to climb the ladder of success. Bair is the current anchor for WGN Midday News, as well as the lead reporter for "Medical Watch." According ...

World News Round Up: Summer Edition

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Rachel Lucas, Staff Reporter

September 19, 2016

Orlando Nightclub Shooting: June 12, 2016 On June 12, 2016, Omar Mir Seddique Mateen killed 49 people and injured 53 more at a nightclub in Orlando, Florida. This was the largest mass shooting that has ever taken place. This mass shooting was referred to as a terrorist attack and a hate crime. This broug...

World News: May

Obama's inaugural speech
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Sam Koutnik, Opinion Editor

May 26, 2016

Should the Olympics go on in Rio? CNN says that ticket sales are only at a meager 62% with the sporting events beginning in under 3 months. People are hesitant to attend because of the rising Zika virus.They are concerned about their safety. Also, construction around the city has run into problems. R...

Weird News November/December

Weird News November/December

Bella D'Agostino, Photography Editor

December 10, 2015

Vegetables No More Search for the brussel sprout culprit. There is a child in a middle school in the England who is hiding their unwanted sprouts in children's backpacks, and those investigating the incident are mystified. Bye Bye Santa A newspaper in Norway accidentally published a fak...

Weird News: August/September

Weird News: August/September

Deanna Stone, Managing Editor

September 26, 2015

Dog wants to run for President in Kentucky Lucy Lou, a border collie, is mayor of her small town of Rabbit Hash in northern Kentucky. Historically, this small town has had two other dog mayors, Junior and Goofy; but Lucy Lou was the first female mayor! Lou governs about 135 people in the uninc...

Remembering 9/11 Fourteen Years Later

Remembering 9/11 Fourteen Years Later

Sam Koutnik, Staff Reporter

September 24, 2015

Last month, the United States of America marked the fourteenth anniversary of the dreadful attacks by terrorists on American soil. The September 11, 2001 attack on New York's World Trade Center and Washington, D.C.'s Pentagon was a shocking tragedy. The Islamatic extremist group, al-Qaeda was h...

World News is for Everyone

Grace Spiewak, News Editor

May 18, 2015

I spent most of this year writing articles and editorials about world news for Crown.  If you didn't know that, well, it doesn't surprise me that "Around the World" isn't the first section everyone jumps to when a new edition comes out. Why is this?  The easy answer is that news just isn't th...

Regina News

Kate Houston, Adviser

May 18, 2015

Lots happen at Regina Dominican! Take a look of all that we have done during April and May!

The Wage Gap Is Real

Catie Murphy, LifeStyle Editor

March 31, 2015

It's a shocking fact that women are paid only 77 cents to every dollar a man makes. I personally had a hard time believing it because, in my head, it is obvious that women should be paid equally. The year is 2015 in the United States. Women and men are equal and can do the same jobs, so they should...

World Round Up of Major News Stories March 2015

Grace Spiewak, News Editor

March 30, 2015

Each month we present a round-up of the major news stories from the around the world.

Panthers Don’t Have Time To Hibernate: Sleep Deprivation in the Regina Community

Bella Karwatowitcz, Co-editor-in-chief

March 29, 2015

It’s a wonderfully sunny Wednesday morning.  The first bell rings, morning announcements have been made, and teachers are excited to conduct another instructional day full of exciting new lessons. Katie Collins ‘16 gently lays her head onto her desk and tries her best to fight off slumber. “Typically...

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