Echoes of Carmel

Accepted and Anxious

Czarlyn Ria Trinidad, Staff Member

April 28, 2017

Making decisions is hard, and making lifelong decisions is even harder. Choosing a college to attend is one of the most difficult decisions that teenagers have to face. On top of the stress of classes, rocky relationships, and part-time jobs, more stress is added to the lives of many teenagers trying to c...

OPINION: A few words from the moderator

Staff Reports

April 28, 2017

Because I was a newspaper and magazine reporter in my former, pre-MCA life, moderating the school newspaper has always felt like what I imagine it must be like for a recovering alcoholic to get a job busing tables at a bar. I can’t count the number of times when discussing a story or column id...

Honor Society Inductions: Keep Your Eyes on the Prize

Honor Society Inductions: Keep Your Eyes on the Prize

Brittney Giardina, Editor-in-chief

April 28, 2017

Mount Carmel Academy is an academically rigorous school, and to make it through to graduation is a feat unto itself. But to do so while being in an honor society that has countless other requirements and qualifications is truly something worth celebrating. “I would say that it is challenging to be ...

A Talk From A Bishop: Paul Tighe

Erin Fortier, Editor

April 28, 2017

Bishop Paul Tighe came to visit the Mount Carmel students earlier this month. He is a part of Pope Francis’ council, and he focuses on how to get religion more involved in social media. While giving his talk, Bishop Tighe discussed the effects social media has on our generation. He said that we should...

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