As I reflect on my time at Ursuline, I am appreciative to so many peers and teachers who have helped me become who I am today. One person who rises … Continue reading Dancing Goodbye: Teacher and Choreographer Answers a Senior’s Questions
Grade school is a distinct learning period in any student’s life. Solidifying foundational concepts and introducing more advanced critical thinking occurs roughly over the five-year period between first to fifth … Continue reading Learning Loss Crisis Affects Grade Schoolers
The blonde hair and flashy outfits. The double pink lockers—half made up a closet. The pink Porche with a bedazzled license plate that read “FABULUS.” Sharpay Evans from the “High … Continue reading In Defense of Sharpay Evans
Abigail Hess ‘20, a student in Ursuline’s Advanced Theater course and a natural comedian, is extremely excited to direct “These Shining Lives,” one of the Theater department’s spring shows. … Continue reading The Directors Behind Ursuline’s Spring Plays
It is rather ironic that cell phone companies today boast about having the highest quality camera on the market when a large portion of their consumer base, Generation Z, … Continue reading Why Does Gen Z Prefer Lower Quality Cameras?
The World Resources Institute (WRI) has found that 17 countries that contain a quarter of the world’s population face “extremely high” levels of water stress. 650 million people do … Continue reading As Australia Burns, Chennai Also Faces Water Shortages
I will openly admit this: I probably love sugar more than the average person. I know it’s not good for me, but I simply can’t resist grabbing an after-school ice … Continue reading Sugar Has Side Effects
Jon Schweikhard, aside from having an extremely difficult-to-spell last name, works in Ursuline’s performing arts department and has worked at Ursuline for six years. Before Ursuline, however, he attended SMU … Continue reading Meet Jon Schweikhard, Ursuline’s Playwriting Music Teacher