St. John’s Julian Champagnie leads the Big East in scoring.
One of the best feelings ever, which many older students can attest to, is when it’s finally the end of the semester. After spending a semester studying and working hard to excel in academics and extracurriculars, they look forward to unwinding and celebrating with their classmates.
Hoops coach Ed Gonzalez is back after a health scare.
NYC locals Obi Toppin and Cole Anthony were selected virtually in the NBA Draft.
Longtime Bishop Loughlin track coach Ed Bowes died on July 31.
“Tetrahymena” is a big, fancy word, and not a common one. It’s a scientific term that refers to a single-cell organism that mimics a real living human cell. Seniors and juniors in an advanced biology class at Bishop Loughlin Memorial H.S., Fort Greene, created tetrahymenas in a lab in order to test the effects of vaping on cells.
It was the eve before a fundraising gala dinner for the Vicariate of Black Catholic Concerns’ Youth Leadership Ambassador Program (VBCC), and the young leaders were learning how to sway their hips at the precise moment to the rhythm of the beat without stepping on their two feet.
Bishop Loughlin H.S. standout senior basketball player Julian Champagnie has decided to continue his hoops career at St. John’s University.
The Tablet asks students from around the Diocese of Brooklyn a question for the opinion section of the Youth page. This week: Msgr. McClancy M.H.S., East Elmhurst; Bishop Loughlin M.H.S., Greenpoint.
Tablet All-Scholastic 2018 – Rose Molina-Gonzalez