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Looking forward with hope

Caitlyn Grcich, Managing Editor

January 13, 2017

Filed under News, Student Life, Top Stories

"I feel a little nervous, but hopeful. Trump has ideas, and some of them may not be the best, but I’m sure he’ll do some good in four years. Some things will be positive and others will be negative. Overall, though, I have a positive outlook on the next four years."

Bishop Noll Fan Section “The Tribe” hopes to make some noise

Robert Aguirre, Sports Editor

December 20, 2016

Filed under Sports, Student Life

“Who’s that knocking at your door...BOOM BOOM...We are the Warriors!” The Bishop Noll fan section is back! If you have gone to some of the football games you may have heard of our fan section, The Tribe. Over the pas...

Drama Club Represents Noll At Thespian Society Competition

Edward Zarndt, Staff Reporter

December 19, 2016

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Student Life

Two BNI thespians win awards at regional thespian competition at Bethel College Seniors Amelia Chavez, Tianna Orr take home prizes in Noll’s first thespian competition. On Saturday, Nov. 19, the Bishop Noll Thespian socie...

Catholic Schools Week 2017 Hopes to Bond Noll as Family

Erica Campos, Front Page Editor

December 19, 2016

Filed under Student Life

Catholic Schools Week is a unique time for Catholic schools to take pride in their Catholic education. Catholic schools are set apart from other schools in the way that they are allowed to teach Catholic theology. To celebrate...

Going international

Erica Campos, Front Page Editor

December 19, 2016

Filed under Student Life

Picture it: the Sweet Caribbean breeze, palm trees all around, your feet in the warm sand all while taking in the gorgeous view. Seems like the perfect way to “study” abroad right?       In recent years, the amount of st...

Noll’s international students note differences in American experience

Destinee Flowers, Photo Editor

December 19, 2016

Filed under Student Life

Imagine this, being over 1,000 miles from your home, being in a place where the native language in something you only saw on television. This is what it’s like for many international students. The amount of international st...

New NHS sponsor wants inductees to work for their membership

Caitlyn Grcich, Managing Editor

December 19, 2016

Filed under News, Student Life

Bishop Noll’s chapter of the National Honor Society is reviving old traditions and working hard to create new ones with a veteran teacher, Rosalie Schmidt leading some of the best and brightest students in Bishop Noll. With ...

iPhone 7 is Best Version Yet

Eddie Zarndt, Staff Reporter

November 7, 2016

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, News, Student Life

I was one of the many that pre-ordered there iPhone 7 and got it on launch day. I have been using it for the better part of a month, and I can say that this is my most pleasing iPhone experience yet. The best part about this ...

An appeal to the board: Noll students are thirsty for more real-world opportunities, so let’s continue to increase the offerings

Caitlyn Grcich, Managing Editor

November 7, 2016

Filed under Opinion, Student Life

So, I, along with my fellow students, ask the Bishop Noll school board, Bishop Noll Faculty and Staff, and the Bishop Noll student body to explore different opportunities to keep Bishop Noll at the top of their game, and to help Bishop Noll alum continue to strive for greatness long after they graduate.

No lesser of two evils

Caitlyn Grcich, Managing Editor

November 7, 2016

Filed under News, Student Life, Top Stories

The 2016 Presidential election is nearing an end with Election Day looming just around the corner on November 8th. However, there is discomfort rumbling throughout the country. With two polar opposite candidates participating,...

JourNoll editor receives scholarship to attend Washington conference

Destinee Flowers, Photography Editor

September 30, 2016

Filed under News, Student Life

Junior Caitlyn Grcich has always wanted to be a writer. Last year, she found her calling as a sophomore by writing for The JourNoll, and her interest in the field of journalism began to take root. After applying to the Washington...

Bishop Noll Grad Comes Back to Talk To Environmental Science Class

Edward Zarndt and Janessa Pena

September 30, 2016

Filed under News, Student Life

On Wednesday September 21, Mrs. Rosalie Schmidt’s 4th hour AP Environmental Science class welcomed Terry Murphy, a 1975  alum, to speak to the students about his time here at Bishop Noll, what he did after graduating and hi...

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