Relay For Life

A. Simpson '15

May 29, 2014

Filed under Nardin News

Cancer is a word that no one likes to hear. Many cringe at the mere thought of the disease, and I truly believe it would be a mistake to say everyone in this world does not have some fear of the dreaded words, “You have been...

2014 St. Bonaventure Model UN Conference

N. Santarpia '15

April 2, 2014

Filed under Nardin News

This year was no exception to the long history of successful St. Bonaventure Model UN Conferences. The conference took place from Friday March 21st to Saturday March 22nd. Model United Nations is an exceptional club here at Nardin...

Student Q and A: The Dining Hall

N. Santarpia '15

March 22, 2014

Filed under Nardin News

Nardin has changed a lot since the 2012-2013 school year. The most major difference, however, is the cafeteria or “dining hall.” Nardin’s new “dining hall” has been quite the sensation. Being featured in The Buffalo Ne...

Nardin Production of Hana’s Suitcase

Hannah Anain

March 22, 2014

Filed under Nardin News

On February 28th and March 1st, Nardin Academy’s production of Hana’s Suitcase was performed at the Main Theatre. Hana’s Suitcase, originally a book by Karen Levine (as every Nardin student should know), has been adapted ...

Nardin Basketball Season

C. Colpoys '15

March 2, 2014

Filed under Nardin News, Nardin Sports

The Nardin basketball season came to its close on Saturday, March 1st at Canisius College. The girls played in the championship game against No. 1 Cardinal O'Hara; though they lost and finished in second both in the regular season...

Nardin Senior Megan Morcio on Cross-Country and Why She Loves Nardin

C. Burns '14

February 26, 2014

Filed under Gator Spotlight, Nardin News, Nardin Sports

Caitlyn Burns (’14) interviews a fellow senior, Megan Morcio (’14) on why she transferred to Nardin and her favorite activity, cross-country. Caitlyn: C Megan: M C: Why did you choose to come to Nardin? M: I went...

Ms. D’Orazio

A. Simpson '15

January 15, 2014

Filed under Did You Know?, Nardin News

Many of us know her as Ms. D’Orazio the physical education teacher, but many may not know that she, too, was a Nardin student, worried about college and her future, just as the likes of us. As a 2000 graduate, she started at...

Thanksgiving Ideas

S. Michaud

November 29, 2013

Filed under Nardin News

Thanksgiving is a time to appreciate the things you were blessed with and the people whom you hold close to your heart. I find it ironic that Black Friday is the day after we remember what is truly important to us, but besides...

Gators Take Disney

November 18, 2013

Filed under Nardin News

October means a few things for Nardin students; Walkathon, Columbus Day Weekend, and for the seniors, Disney. One hundred plus girls and faculty boarded the plan en route to the most magical place on Earth this past month. Due...

The 80s Called, They Want Their Dresses Back

November 18, 2013

Filed under Nardin News

Cue the sequins, shoulder pads, and candy confections! While the underclassmen paid homage to the hippies of the 60's, greasers of the 50's, and flappers of the 20's, the seniors reveled in the age old tradition known as 80's...

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