Recipe For Successful Four-Day Weekend

C. Galbo '15

March 19, 2013

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March is a month notorious for plenty of days off from school. The question is what to do with the four-day weekend. The shortest of breaks, the four-day is one to be used wisely due to how fast the weekend flies by. There are...

Summing it Up: Winter Sports

March 19, 2013

Filed under Did You Know?, Nardin Sports

The winter sports season has come to a close this year and has proved to be a very successful one with several teams making it to semi finals and finals of their leagues.  For basketball, varsity had a 9-6 record at the end of...

What is Lent?

March 11, 2013



February 19, 2013

Pickle All the Way

Monica Mascellino '14

December 31, 2012

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The Christmas pickle has long been a tradition in my family, so I was surprised to learn how many Nardin students don't know about it.  Though many believe it to be a German tradition, no one really knows where the mystical pickle...

February Retreat

Tessa Santarpia

October 24, 2012

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There are many retreat opportunities offered at the Academy. Seniors, especially, have a few special opportunities the further their growth and understanding. This February, at the beginning of the break, from Friday the 15th...


August 24, 2012

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Looking for a great summer job that pays well? Well, babysitting is a great way to earn some cash during summer break and even throughout the school year. The trick is to find a family you are comfortable with including kids you...

Ideas for Summer Employment

K Jasiura '13

May 28, 2012

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Summer time is almost upon us, which means it's time for almost three whole months of sleeping in late, warm weather, long days by the pool, and most importantly, no homework. However, it's also the most opportune time to look...

American Traditions :The History of the White House Easter Egg Roll

March 29, 2012

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The American tradition of the famous Easter Egg Roll, taking place on the South Lawn of the White House, celebrates its 134th anniversary this year.  The tradition dates back to 1878 when U.S. President Rutherford B. Hayes b...

Summer-Like Weather

H. Zakrzewski '15

March 29, 2012

Filed under All About Buffalo, Did You Know?

The summer-like weather last week seemed to be perfect, but some of its effects are less then desirable. For farmers, the weather could mean severe damage. The early, very warm spring caused some fruit trees to begin blooming....

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