Green and Gold

Sessions recused himself from further Trump-Russia investigations

Jakub Sweder, '18, Staff Reporter

March 17, 2017

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Attorney General Jeff Sessions said he will excuse himself from investigations related to the 2016 presidential campaign. According to "CNN", Sessions told reporters, "I have decided to recuse myself from any existing or...

Tornadoes slam midwest

Joshua Allen, '18, Staff Reporter

March 17, 2017

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Tornadoes have been appearing in rare places, particularly at a rare time. March has never been the month for tornadoes to occur, it has always been during the summer. As of March 8, there were 30 reported tornadoes that made...

Brotherhood awareness week begins April 3

Justin Ortiz, '18, Staff Reporer

March 16, 2017

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Brotherhood Awareness Week begin April 3. A goal of Brotherhood Week, according to Mr. Geraghty, is to create various awareness within the school.  For example, each day of the week will be themed. Monday's theme will be...

Chicago sees immigration sweeps

Arturo Botello, '18, Staff reporter

February 27, 2017

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United States Immigration and Custom enforcement agents arrested 48 undocumented immigrants in the Chicago area last Thursday. During the investigation, which included knocking on families' doors, 40 illegal immigrants were...

Call goes out to donate blood tomorrow

Chris Lara, '18, Editor

February 27, 2017

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Students can donate blood tomorrow in the auxiliary gym to the Life Source blood bank. According to Ms. McMahon, club organizer for the blood drive, the student blood drive team will walk around lunch periods encouraging students...

New science lab to break ground this summer

Jakub Sweder, '19, Staff Reporter

February 27, 2017

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Renovations of science rooms 302 and 304, conducted by architecture firm Wight & Company, are set to begin summer of 2017. The new science lab is expected to include brand new equipment, such as new projectors, movable...

Admissions team brings Shamrocks on school visits

Michael Killion, '17, Staff Reporter

February 27, 2017

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The 2021 recruitment team plans to take freshman back to local grade schools next fall to recruit future Shamrocks. According to Mr. Fabrizo, member of the admissions team,  "Students who are mostly likely to return to grade...

Fidel Castro’s death met with mixed emotions

Edgardo Jove, '17, Staff Reporter

December 9, 2016

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The world reacted with mixed emotions to communist dictator Fidel Castro's death Nov. 25. Cuban Americans living in Miami rejoiced at the news of his death, while many Cubans were quiet and somber on the day of his death. Castro...

Incubator class finds success in its first semester

Jiefu Xue, '18, Staff Reporter

November 21, 2016

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The Incubator class has been in session since August. Mr. Wojnar, the incubator teacher, organized this nationalwide class to help students understand how to start their own businesses. Seventeen students are enrolled in...

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