New year’s resolutions

Victoria Bartels, Staff Writer

March 6, 2019

Filed under Opinion, Showcase

January is a notorious month, full of pressure and transition, as people scramble to start their New Year’s resolutions. From drinking more water to getting a new job or even traveling the world, many people in the community...

Intercession should happen every year

Jean Aquino, Opinion Editor

March 6, 2019

Filed under Opinion, Showcase

Intercession is a four day break given to students every other school year, following Presidents Day weekend. Activities, such as on-campus classes as well as off-campus educational trips, are offered to give them a chance to l...

The president and the state of this union

Johana Ligtenberg and Michelle Kleytman

March 6, 2019

Filed under Opinion, Showcase

February 5th was a big day for the nation, NDB included. As President Trump gave his second State of the Union speech, followed by Stacy Abrams with the Democratic response, all history classes were in the virtual audience, ass...

Spirit Points are a Plus!

Kelly Nolte, Sports Editor

January 26, 2019

Filed under Opinion

As spirit week came to end last month and the fall sport seasons draw to a close, it’s a good time to reflect on the positive impact spirit points have on the Notre Dame community. At this point, it is well-known throughout N...

How many schools should seniors apply to?

Kendall Peters, Staff Writer

January 24, 2019

Filed under Opinion

First and second semester for Seniors can be very stressful. All of the students are figuring out what schools they like, and where to apply. It is a lot of work to research, visit, and apply to just one school. Students have ...

Do people really follow through with their New Year’s Resolutions?

Kaitlyn Lopez, Staff Writer

January 24, 2019

Filed under Opinion

Every year, people will hear the famous saying, “New year, new me.” I personally don’t entirely believe in that saying. However, I do believe that it is good to have an open mind at the beginning of the year, but I don’t beli...

Are sweats the new leggings?

Parker Daley and Delaney Fox

January 24, 2019

Filed under Opinion

sOver the course of our time at Notre Dame Belmont, leggings have been a hotly debated topic, from whether or not we are allowed to wear them to Aquacades, to the reasoning behind why we cannot wear them on Fridays. Recently,...

What the case of Cyntoia Brown can teach us

Julia Hebrok, Staff Writer

January 24, 2019

Filed under Opinion

Cyntoia Brown is a 30 year old woman who was recently released on parole after spending 12 years in a Tennessee Women’s Prison. She grew up with Fetal Alcohol Syndrome, meaning that she experienced some developmental issu...

Seniors, welcome to your last semester of high school

Luisa Laguisma, Staff Writer

January 24, 2019

Filed under Opinion

“It’s fine to just live in the now, but the best part about now, is there’s another one tomorrow. And I’m going to start making them count.” –The Spectacular Now. The season of being a second semester senior brings in a surge o...

What the case of Cyntoia Brown can teach us?

Julia Hebrok, Staff Writer

January 24, 2019

Filed under Opinion

Cyntoia Brown is a 30 year old woman who was recently released on parole after spending 12 years in a Tennessee Women’s Prison. She grew up with Fetal Alcohol Syndrome, meaning that she experienced some developmental issu...

Do people really follow through with their New Years’ resolutions?

Kaitlyn Lopez, Staff Writer

January 24, 2019

Filed under Opinion

Every year, people will hear the famous saying, “New year, new me.” I personally don’t entirely believe in that saying. However, I do believe that it is good to have an open mind at the beginning of the year, but I don’t beli...