Within the oldest part of Ursuline’s campus, a Main Hall history classroom fills with the voices of AP U.S. History students. The lively voices quiet down as a short, energetic … Continue reading Substitute Teacher Walks the Halls with Life Lessons to Impart
Ursuline’s Mary Poppins musical hit the stage on February 28th through March 3rd. Many people adore the lively film, but few know where the story originates. Mary Poppins started as … Continue reading A Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious Musical
On Wed., Feb. 20, 2019, during STEM Day, Ursuline welcomed Dr. Christine Darden, one of NASA’s “hidden figures,” featured in the book Hidden Figures: The American Dream and the Untold … Continue reading ‘Hidden Figures’ Dr. Darden Inspires During STEM Week
On our way to the Winspear Opera House for the Young Women’s Leadership Conference, Sarah Visokay ’20 and I had talked about how amazing meeting Michelle Obama would be. I … Continue reading That Time I… Met Michelle Obama
Alix De Longueville, 18, is an international student from Belgium. She is enrolled at Ursuline for the spring semester as a junior. She has already graduated from high school and … Continue reading Foreign Exchange Student Reflects on Her New Life as a UA Student
Starting on Friday January 25, 2018 a large group of teenagers dressed in “western business attire” invaded Vancouver, Canada. No, there wasn’t an influx in Gen Z members getting corporate … Continue reading Looking Back on a Memorable Trip with The Model UN Club
An educational trip to Germany and Poland, chaperoned by Mr. Girard, Mrs. Ide and Dr. Surmiller, is soon to be a reality. The two-week long trip is set for … Continue reading Inside Nazi Germany, Outside of the Classroom
Do you have a unique talent? Something that your peers may not know about you? This is definitely the case with Mrs. Natalie Buxkemper. Though commonly known as a Computer … Continue reading Sandcastles in Texas? Who Would’ve Thought!