Summer is supposed to be a time of carefree relaxation, but some of us who have finished the school year might not be feeling this way. Maybe you had a rough year and didn’t achieve everything you wanted to.
A number of CHSFL players represented New York City in the 24th annual Empire Challenge, hosted by former NFL quarterback Boomer Esiason’s foundation for cystic fibrosis.
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.
As someone who lives in Sunset Park, Brooklyn, a neighborhood com- posed mostly of working class immi- grants, I see the struggles facing the immigrant and working class people of New York City on a daily basis.
Strength prevailed on May 18 when students arrived at their school to walk in Xaverian’s first annual “Clippers Chasing Cures” cancer awareness walk, inspired by kids like them. Cancer-free and dressed in gold T-shirts, they stood alongside family and friends in blue who supported them through treatment after treatment.
What’s your passion in life? Do you have something that makes you get out of bed each morning and look forward to the day ahead of you?
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.
Now is the perfect time to start thinking about college as you balance it out with all the fun you’re having. Many of you are probably thinking, “How do I use my summer to prepare for college?” Well, don’t worry because I have some advice for you.
Confined to a wheelchair for the last three years, Brooklyn teen Julia Bruzzese is enjoying some newfound independence this summer – all because of a wheelchair lift outside her home.
You’re really excited to be off from school, but when you hear about all the amazing things that your friends will do this summer, you start to wonder what you’re going to do. Maybe you’re on a low budget or your parents have to work all summer and you can’t travel. There’s no need to worry, though, because I will share my advice on what to do with your summer.