ST. ED'S COMMUNITY CONGRATULATES THE CLASS OF 2022 WITH NATIONAL COLLEGE DECISION DAY CELEBRATION On Thursday, the graduating Class of 2022 got to commemorate their National College Decision Day with a day-long celebration full of fun activities, good food and the opportunity to represent the colleges and universities of their choosing. Organized by the College Counseling Department and Parents Club President Heather Kaesgen, St. Ed's National College Decision Day Celebration
ST. ED'S MUSLIM STUDENT ASSOCIATION TAKES RETREAT AND REFLECTS ON THE IMPORTANCE OF RELIGIOUS ACCEPTANCE Last Friday, St. Ed's Muslim Student Association spent a full day on retreat in perfect time to observe the Islamic month of Ramadan, which marks the revelation of the Quran. Students started with a tour of the mosque at the Islamic Center of Cleveland followed by a trip to Al Masjid Alomary on Rocky River Drive in Cleveland for Jumah, the Friday weekly prayers. With the c
ST. ED'S SCIENCE OLYMPIAD TEAM MAKES HISTORY AT STATE COMPETITION Congratulations to St. Ed's Science Olympiad Team who placed 7th overall at the State 2022 Tournament. Not only did 13 of St. Ed's events place in the Top 10 in their categories, but St. Ed's Science Olympiad Team made history for the program overall, earning their highest placement ever at States.
Captains Matt Gray '22and Joey Baker '22 have led the team to early success from the start of the season, adaptin
AP STUDENTS TAP INTO THEIR LINGUISTIC AND DESIGN CREATIVITY TO EXPRESS THEIR EDSMAN EXPERIENCE Mark Urban's AP Language and Composition students were required in their "Untranslatable Edsman Experience" unit to examine their experiences that are uniquely Edwardian and name those experiences rooted in linguistic accuracy while utilizing graphic design principles to strengthen their awareness of visual literacy.
With the guidance of Mason Feagan '13, who has returned to St. Ed'
EDSMEN GO OFF-CAMPUS TO GIVE BACK TO THE LOCAL COMMUNITY THROUGH SOPHOMORE SERVICE RETREAT This week marked the fourth Sophomore Service Retreat of the year, with the final one coming up on May 2, 2022. This year's Sophomore Service Retreat took a new approach, encouraging advisory groups and their faculty/staff moderators to go off-campus and offer their service to the Greater Cleveland Food Bank (collecting food to ensure everyone in our communities have the nutritious food
ENGLISH STUDENTS BECOME THEATRICAL PERFORMERS IN WEEK-LONG WORKSHOP THROUGH GREAT LAKES THEATER Freshman English students have been reading Romeo and Juliet and, through this week's workshop experience hosted by Great Lakes Theater, students learned how to stage fight, rehearsed key scenes in Shakespeare's play, and developed a deeper understanding of the characters, their motivations, and their actions.
"This opportunity has allowed my students to dive headfirst into the pe
EDSMEN PARTICIPATE IN GROUP 4 PROJECT ON DIVERSITY IN STEAM Last Friday, science students participated in the Group 4 project with a focus on diversity in STEAM. With the idea stemming from the Science department's goal rooted in cultural humility, various departments took part in this collaborative effort to expose students to diverse scientists and explore the contributions made by scientists, both male and female, of color. From covering segments on why representation in s
ST. ED'S ANNOUNCES THE TOP 5 CANDIDATES FOR THE CLASS OF 2022 MAN OF THE YEAR AWARD Congratulations to seniors Ian Fairfield, Adam Mocho, Matthew Molnar, Jeremiah Ratcliff, and Tory (Williams) Ruffin on being nominated by their classmates as the Man of the Year candidates for the Class of 2022! Adam '22, a St. Albert the Great grad, is honored to be nominated for Man of the Year by his peers and to share this experience with his fellow nominees. "For me, St. Ed’s has drastica
ST. ED'S GIVES A WARM WELCOME TO FR. GREG BOYLE, FOUNDER OF HOMEBOY INDUSTRIES IN LOS ANGELES This Tuesday, St. Ed's welcomed Fr. Greg Boyle, Stephanie Rios and Cynthia Zuno Godinez from Homeboy Industries in Los Angeles to campus for a speaker presentation to the St. Ed's community. Fr. Boyle, the founder of the largest gang rehabilitation ministry in the world, spoke about the importance of kinship, unconditional love, compassion, nonviolence, and inclusivity, while Stephan
STUDENT LEADERS DESIGN AND CREATE ALFOMBRA, CELEBRATING HISPANIC CULTURE AND HOLY WEEK TRADITIONS Continuing last year's tradition of building an “alfombra” in preparation for Holy Week, St. Ed's Spanish and Latino Student Association (S.A.L.S.A), led by Matthew Mullin-Gray '22, created a beautiful mosaic of Our Lady of Guadalupe in the Kahl Atrium. Allfombra is the Spanish word for carpet and, during Holy Week, many Central American and Mexican towns have streets decorated w