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Noll-hosted summer camps offer paid opportunity to student counselors

Carly Sanchez, Staff reporter

May 23, 2018

Filed under News, Student Life, Top Stories

  Bishop Noll will be hosting a set of summer camps for local grade school students to attend from July 9-23. The summer camp sessions includes both athletic camps and STEM camps and are available for kids from preschool to 8th ...

Spring Treats

Angel Barreto, Staff Reporter

May 22, 2018

Filed under Opinion, Student Life

Cold Stone Creamery is located in Dyer, IN and is known for their ice cream treats, cakes, smoothies, and. Cold Stone is known for originating the recent trend of ice cream “mix-ins” and is famous for their creations, suc...

Daniel Salazar showcased his talent at Espanyol’s soccer program

Alexander Romo, Staff Reporter

May 17, 2018

Filed under Sports, Student Life

In his second trip out to Barcelona, Spain, junior Bishop Noll goalkeeper Daniel Salazar showcased his talent at Espanyol’s soccer program. Salazar was informed that Espanyol was going to run a mini camp from his coach. He ...

Boy’s Libero Backbone of the Team

April 30, 2018

Filed under Sports, Student Life, Top Stories

 Sophomore Justin Rodriquez is the Bishop Noll boys volleyball libero and is the main force behind the creation of the boys team.   Justin’s dad, Dave Rodriguez, who is also the girls volleyball team at Bishop Noll, ...

Speech Team earns State trophy

Moira Deel, staff reporter

April 30, 2018

Filed under Student Life, Top Stories

The Bishop Noll Speech team won 4th and 5th places at the Indiana state speech tournament at Fishers High school on March 10. Thirty Indiana high schools attended the tournament, battling one another with speeches about medi...

Siblings dominate track team

Caitlyn Grcich, Editor-in-Chief

April 27, 2018

Filed under Sports, Student Life

Siblings. Track stars. Best friends. Opponents? At Bishop Noll, the track team boosts an impressive number of siblings sets: 6 to be exact, with many of those siblings participating in the same events. Instead of looking at a...

All in the family, Junior Cornejo works for family business, local grocery store La Chiquita

Dominic Companiott, Sports Editor

April 27, 2018

Filed under News, Student Life, Uncategorized

Managing school on top of work can be tough when you’re still in high school. But not for junior Leslie Cornejo, who works at La Chiquita on Indianapolis Blvd in East Chicago. Cornjeo, whose grandfather owns the Mexican grocery store,...

The allure of viral video fame makes our generation stoop to low levels

Caitlyn Grcich, Editor-in-Chief

February 16, 2018

Filed under Opinion, Student Life, Top Stories

  Despite the fact that you might want to fit in with the internet jocks and cheerleaders, remember, too, that every single thing you do does follow you around.

Junior Ameer Lawrence Places 7th at Boys Bowling State Championship

Logan Kelsey, Staff Reporter

February 16, 2018

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, News, Sports, Student Life

Junior bowler Ameer Lawrence is the second Bishop Noll student in 11 years to earn a berth in the Indiana High School Bowling state tournament.   Lawrence came in first place at sectionals started on Jan. 13 with a sc...

BNI Theatre Brings West Side Story to Stage

Logan Kelsey, Staff Reporter

February 16, 2018

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, News, Student Life

Bishop Noll’s drama club is bringing the second Shakespeare story of the year to the BNI stage with the musical West Side Story.   Earlier this school year, the Bishop Noll drama club, directed by Carioto , put on...

Diverse body, united being

Caitlyn Grcich, Editor-in-Chief

February 16, 2018

Filed under Student Life, Top Stories

For many at Bishop Noll, there is pride in diversity. From boasting a 51.7% of students being hispanic to students participating in everything from Mexican heritage pageants to Black History Month skits, it is not without saying...

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