Children from St. Mark Catholic Academy came together to support an endowed scholarship that will benefit a future St. Joseph’s College student.
Former TMLA hoops star Danielle Patterson is back in Queens.
Doing what you love in the comfort of your home is one thing, but doing it in a national talent show competition elevates that passion to a whole new level. The Northwell Health Nurse Choir, made up of 18 local frontline nurses, knows that feeling extremely well after singing a mash-up of Bill Withers’ “Lean on Me” and Ben King’s “Stand by Me” and receiving the highly desired Golden Buzzer on this season of America’s Got Talent.
Island Garden is the scene of a GCHSAA basketball exhibition series.
Renoir, da Vinci, Gris, Degas … Yuricic, Carbonell, and Jurgens? The Metropolitan Museum of Art, which features a collection that includes more than two million works of art spanning 5,000 years, now includes three Mary Louis Academy students’ artwork on display.
Mary Louis Nelson Oliva was the very first student registered to attend The Mary Louis Academy (TMLA). Though she passed away on Feb. 26 at the age of 84, her legacy and impact on the all-girls Catholic high school lives on.
Social media use is nearly universal among teens. But for young women, what they might see displayed on their smartphone screen could be dangerous.
“Are there any women prophets in your book?” That’s the question that stuck with Kieran Larkin, a religious studies teacher at The Mary Louis Academy, after he published his first book, “Messengers of God: A Survey of Old Testament Prophets,” in 2019. Having written about male prophets who were chosen by God to deliver messages of encouragement or condemnation — like Elijah, Isaiah, and Jeremiah — Larkin did a deep dive into the few “prophetesses” mentioned in Scripture.
As the Tampa Bay Buccaneers offense decided to run out the clock in victory formation at Super Bowl LV on Feb. 7, along the sidelines stood a woman who already made history: Maral Javadifar, who is one of the first full-time female coaches in the NFL.
Kyle Flood, a graduate of St. Francis Prep, Fresh Meadows, has joined the coaching staff of University of Texas, Austin, new head football coach Steve Sarkisian.