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Military Family Considers Catholic School Home

Military Family Considers Catholic School Home

| January 20, 2011

By Jennika Baines For the Murnanes, the concept of “family” is a little broader than it is for most people. Of course it includes siblings and parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles and cousins. It also includes the Navy, the branch of the military to which Michael Murnane has dedicated his career. But now the Murnane family […]

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Scholars First, Players Second at Notre Dame

Scholars First, Players Second at Notre Dame

| January 20, 2010

Varsity team players at Notre Dame Junior/Senior High School, Utica, not only cheer about a great jump shot or passing game, they cheer about great grades, too. For the past ten years, Notre Dame has participated in the New York State Public High School Athletic Associations’ Scholar/Athlete Awards, given to teams that have an academic […]

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Art on the Move

Art on the Move

| January 20, 2010

If you were inspired by some artwork on the side of a Binghamton city bus recently, you might have the area’s Catholic school students to thank. Horizons Federal Credit Union sponsored “Art on the Bus” and asked students from around the area to submit art work of any kind to the contest. Winners were selected […]

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A Couple of Aces: Seton Catholic Has a Tennis Legacy in Its Coaches

A Couple of Aces: Seton Catholic Has a Tennis Legacy in Its Coaches

| January 20, 2010

By Connie Berry There is a special spirit that fills the halls and classrooms at Seton Catholic Central High School in Binghamton, and that spirit extends to every department, every athletic team, right down to the principal, Kathleen Dwyer, and her availability to anyone who knocks on her office door. At Seton, her casa is […]

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Houses Rule at Bishop Ludden

Houses Rule at Bishop Ludden

| January 20, 2010

By Maria Walsh Peter Cappuccilli, ’68; Pat Donnelly, ’76; Tim Murphy, ’82; Steve Infanti, ’94, Colleen Sierotnik, ’01. These are just a few of the alumni that Bishop Ludden Junior/Senior High School has named its “Houses” after in a recently established program to give students a greater sense of belonging and responsibility, while providing leadership, […]

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