Echoes of Carmel

The Whole Ordeal: Baylee Robertson, Makeup, Directing, and Theatre

The Whole Ordeal: Baylee Robertson, Makeup, Directing, and Theatre

Brittney Giardina, Co-editor-in-chief

September 22, 2016

To many, the arts is seen as a place where ramen is a staple and financial stability goes to die. However, to senior Baylee Robertson, the arts is her home, her way of life, her dream. After her time at Mount Carmel, Baylee wants to major in Technical Theatre. “Technical Theatre is the aspects...

A Stream Dream Machine: Arts in Education Week

A Stream Dream Machine: Arts in Education Week

Brittney Giardina, Co-editor-in-chief

September 22, 2016

There you are daydreaming in class, and you notice it. This peculiar mini canvas pinned to your teacher’s shirt. And you wonder, “What have I done to be worthy of viewing such a masterpiece?” Well, you can thank the Art Department here at MCA for gracing your vision during Arts in Education Week last...

Back to Brown Bash: A Night to Remember

Erin Fortier, Editor

September 15, 2016

Mount Carmel’s Student Council hosted Back to Brown Bash, a back to school dance where each grade dresses up according to a different theme, August 26th in the Assembly Center. The Back to Brown Bash started in 2016 as way to celebrate the Cubs’ return to school, and this year included a chari...

ACT: A Catastrophic Time

ACT: A Catastrophic Time

Brittney Giardina, Co-editor-in-chief

September 15, 2016

Ah, the glorious ACT. Standardized tests, more like standardized fun, right? Wrong. Making a desired ACT score is generally the most stressful part of the college application experience. Though sophomores and juniors regularly join in on the fun, seniors bear the biggest load with college approaching. ...

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