For the second straight year, Brian Long has been inducted as the President of the Cathedral Club of Brooklyn, a lay organization of the Brooklyn Diocese that promotes the interests of the Church.
I believe there is hope for our planet. Times are changing.
The Tablet’s annual High School Press Awards ceremony, held May 10 at the Diocese of Brooklyn’s offices in Park Slope, honored some of the outstanding journalism in school newspapers. For the first time since the event’s inauguration, a new category was introduced to the schools – “Best Multimedia Package”.
This past August, I began my college career in Washington D.C. at the Catholic University of America. Two months have passed and each day brings on new challenges and triumphs.
The Tablet asks students from around the Diocese of Brooklyn a question for the opinion section of the Youth page. This week: St. Saviour H.S., Park Slope.
Eighth-grade students in New York City are just two weeks away from taking the Test for Admission into Catholic High Schools (TACHS) and choosing the high schools they wish to attend next year.
By the end of August, I officially became a college student. My whole academic career had been centered on performing well and getting admitted to a top college, just as many of you can relate to. All of the preparation that was done over the past 17 years for this very moment should be reassuring, right? Absolutely not.
Tablet All-Scholastic 2018 – Teresa F. Collins
St. Saviour’s sports teams have been an integral part of the school’s history. Even before girls played sports regularly in this country, the Pandas were ahead of their time.
A total of eight high school newspapers from around the diocese went head to head with one another in order to earn a top spot in one of the 12 selected categories. The Stanner newspaper of Archbishop Molloy H.S., Briarwood, swept this year’s Tablet High School Press Awards May 4 by earning 10 awards, including first place in General Excellence.