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  • Bellarmine welcomes Broadcast Journalism

    Bellarmine welcomes Broadcast Journalism

    Jeanne Hanigan, Adviser

    November 15, 2017

    Click this line/link here to meet the 2017-18 Bellarmine Broadcast Team. Look for future news stories from the Bellarmine Broadcast Team this year. The BBT falls under Journalism, and will expand media to other platforms. Presently, the journalism program includes a print paper, The Lion, an onlin...

    Bellarmine will debut broadcast at the end of November. Photo by Jeanne Hanigan

College application and essay stress

Ali Lo, Editor

November 3, 2017

    College applications— the two most stressful words that someone can say to a high school senior. In addition to representing a new chapter in these students’ lives, college applications are synonymous with hours of hard work and—...

Sporadic Support for Sacred Hour

Cristina Shaffer, Editor

November 3, 2017

The start of a new school year brings about many changes. New teachers, new facilities and the main issue for students, the implementation of Sacred Hour program. In an email to students, Jessica Achziger, administrative assistant, explains how stude...

Christmas in November through the fall musical, ‘A Christmas Carol’

Audrey Pentimonti

November 2, 2017

The musicals of Bellarmine’s past are rolling in their graves. The musicals of Bellarmine’s future are already shaking in their knees. Why? The musical of Bellarmine’s present, “A Christmas Carol,” is preparing to be the best one yet. With a fantast...

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Campus center opens

Campus center opens

Cristina Shaffer

January 31, 2017

After the initial demolition of the old campus center in Oct. 2015, the Connelly Campus Center couldn’t be done fast enough. Students had to endure a year of eating in the makeshift gym foyer, gone...

Lamanna at GC36

Lamanna at GC36

Chloe Hogan

January 6, 2017

After weeks of anticipation, social studies teacher, Fr. Tom Lamanna, S.J., has finally returned to Bellarmine. Many might...

Let’s Bag it up

Lindsay Baerg

January 6, 2017

Recently, Eucharistic Ministers have been selling Red Bags as part of The Red Bag project. According to the Red Bag Project website, “The Red Bag is a non-profit organization bringing low-cost bags with basic essentials to the homeless people we see everyday.” A Red Bag costs only $5 and can make a real difference in...

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Class of 2016 college map

September 30, 2016

The Senior Class of 2016 is off to college!...

Lion staff apologizes for Epicenter error and Elizabeth Blodgett omission

Lion staff apologizes for Epicenter error and Elizabeth Blodgett omission

December 19, 2014

The places they will go…Class of 2013 college map

The places they will go…Class of 2013 college map

May 28, 2013

‘Love in the Jungle?’ February 2013

‘Love in the Jungle?’ February 2013

February 13, 2013

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