• Nardin Through the Decades – 1970’s!

    Nardin Through the Decades – 1970’s!

    S. Crawford '20

    February 15, 2018

    Continuing with the “Nardin Through the Decades” series, Kaleidoscope will today look at Nardin life in the 1970’s. Mrs. Kelly, who teaches Chemistry here at Nardin, graduated in 1971 and provided insight for today’s article. One major difference between Nardin in the 70’s and today was the dress code. According to Mrs. Kelly, skirts with slips, hoes, and nice shoes were mandatory. “No one would consider coming with bare shoulders o...

  • The Tesla that Got Launched Into Space

    The Tesla that Got Launched Into Space

    Kasia Krzyzanska

    February 8, 2018

    As you may have heard, last Tuesday, February 6, a Tesla Roadster was shot into space on a rocket. This is by far one of the coolest things that could possibly happen to a car, and of course, Elon Musk is behind all this. This Tesla was launched during the test of the new Falcon Heavy rocket, currently the most powerful rocket in the world. The test itself was mostly successful; only a center engine core was lost upon an attempted landing. This, on its own, is ve...

  • Nardin Through the Decades

    Nardin Through the Decades

    S. Crawford '20

    February 6, 2018

    Today, Nardin Academy is known for many things: great academics, an amazing music and arts program, and more clubs and sports than you can count. But Nardin wasn’t always this way, it has taken many decades to build Nardin to what it is today. To ring in the new year, Kaleidoscope will be publishing a “Nardin Through the Decades” series to highlight the continuities and changes of Nardin Academy over more than 50 years. Today, we will be ...

  • Oscar Nominations

    Oscar Nominations

    R. Galbraith '20

    February 6, 2018

    Oscars Nominations As you may know we are in the heart of awards seasons. The Golden Globes, SAG (Screen Actors Guild) Awards have seen television and movies take home the hardware praising their works. This year, awards season has started to bring in various attention for the #timesup and Me Too movement regarding the various sexual assault allegations. Who knows what is to come at this show. This year the films nominated have brought on v...

  • The Super Blue Blood Moon!

    The Super Blue Blood Moon!

    Kasia Krzyzanska

    February 3, 2018

    Last Wednesday morning, shortly before dawn, we didn’t have just an ordinary full moon. This moon showcased the collision of three fairly rare lunar events, giving it the fabulous name of a super blue blood moon. The three events that coincided were that the moon was a supermoon at its perigee, meaning that it was at the closest point in its orbit to the Earth; a blue moon, as it was the second full moon that month; and a blood moon, because i...

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Staff Profile
E. Barrett '18

Editor

Emma is a senior and loves her role as the editor of the newspaper. In addition to her writing, she enjoys musical theater, horror movies and clever puns.

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A. Szarowicz '19

Sports Writer

Abby writes the sports section of the newspaper. She loves to write for this section of the newspaper because not only is Abby a soccer player, but she enjoy writing as well. Abby also loves all thin...

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A. Graber '19

Writer

Abby joins the staff this year to pursue her interest in journalism. She runs both track and cross country, and she enjoys traveling and spending time with her friends and family. Her favorite author is...

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Austen-tatious Day!

C. Krabak '19

On December 15, 2017, Nardin Academy students and faculty gathered together for an exciting day of activity to celebrate the timeless work of Jane Austen and to commemorate the 200th anniversary of her death. After assembling in the gym to watch the 2005 film adaptation of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice, the Nardin community spent the day immersed in a variety of workshops straight out of the Regency Era. Thanks to the hard work put in by both teachers and guest speaker Dr. Kim Simpson, Austen-tatious Day proved to be a major success as students learned about the societal standards that eighteenth-century female authors had to overcome in order to make their voices heard.

January 29, 2018

Open House!

S. Crawford '20

Every year, Nardin Academy invites prospective students and their families to tour the school and learn about some of the amazing opportunities Nardin offers. This all occurs ...

October 13, 2017

Sophomore Retreat to Repeat

M. Ende '19

As Mr. Zanghi likes to remind our class, the term “sophomore” is derived from the Greek words “sophos” and “moros,” which mean “wise” and “foolish,” respectively. However, despite its hilarity, the word “sophomore” does not accurately describe Nardin’s class of 2019 at all.

March 20, 2017

Monica Mascellino, '14

It's that time of year again: the sun is shining, the grass is showing, and the smell of dirt is in the air. Softball at Nardin this year is in a bit of a rebuild process;...

May 6, 2013

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