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North Campus Winter Football

North Campus Winter Football

Students Brave the Cold to Play By LeAnn Vance A few months ago a group of junior boys came across a football and decided to start playing a game out on North Campus. Thier activity has become more popular since then and almost every Thursday about twenty young men play a game for about an [...]

Kairos Retreat Lives Up to Hype

Kairos Retreat Lives Up to Hype

Junior Class Experiences Kairos 5 By Mary Alice Carroll   Kairos 5 finally arrived and was, as expected, extremely successful thanks to the long and dedicated work of the student and adult leaders. The retreat started after school on February 10th  and lasted to the early evening of the 12th.  However Sam Bazan, the rector of Kairos [...]

DHS Senior Named Athlete of the Year

On February 21, Dominican senior Jessie Bazan was awarded for her dedication to her faith, to her academic life, and athletics.  The ceremony took place in Lake Forest, Illinois.  ”I was really excited and honored to win this award,” she says.   Wisconsin media source, Preps on the Net, published a more extensive article on their website.

Dominican Honors Life

Dominican Honors Life

Rosie’s death brings a new beginning By Annie Murphy The Ash Wednesday liturgy this year was held in Rose Anne Morales’ honor. She was Dominican’s sponsor child through the Christian Foundation for Children and Aging. After Morales’ recent passing, Dominican has now received a new child to sponsor, Blanca Estela Chiyal. Around five years ago, [...]

Embracing the American Way

Embracing the American Way

DHS family hosts student from Germany By Annie Murphy Throughout the past year at Dominican, the student body has welcomed numerous students from other countries and has recently embraced another, Steffie Jung. Coming from a small town in Germany to this big city is a new and exciting change for her. She is currently staying [...]

The O’Neil Sisters Embrace Their Differences

The O’Neil Sisters Embrace Their Differences

“Twin Month” Continues: These Twins Couldn’t Be More Opposite By LeAnn Vance Do you ever feel like you are seeing double? Having twins in your class can sometimes cause you to do a double-take. This happens to Katie and Maggie O’Neil often. Those who do not know them are easily confused as to who is [...]

When Rivals Collide

When Rivals Collide

Dominican Faces Whitefish Bay By Ashley Warnke The Knight’s boys’ varsity basketball team faced a tough loss against their rivals, the Blue Dukes, on Wednesday night. With a final score of 53-60, the boys made it an intense and exhilarating game. Both schools prepared for the game by creating Facebook groups reminding students to attend. [...]

Vandals Hit Theater Department

Vandals Hit Theater Department

Equipment Vandalized in Theater Room By Mary Alice Carroll On Monday morning the Dominican Concert Choir walked into class to find that the “little theater” had been vandalized over the weekend.  The new piano and the chalkboard were shockingly covered with phallic symbols. This is not the first time inappropriate pictures have been drawn on [...]

From Graffiti to Stench

From Graffiti to Stench

Dominican Bathrooms By Annie Murphy Dominican’s bathrooms are known for many things; one of them being its infamous smell. Beyond that, the mens’ restrooms are covered with demeaning graffiti and the toilets and urinals are constantly backed up and overflowing. The bathrooms have become “an incubus for bacteria” states an anonymous source. Students are concerned [...]

Mr. Geittmann’s Playlist

Mr. Geittmann’s Playlist

“Eclectic” By Ashley Stern   Brian Geittmann, Dean of Students is an integral part of the Dominican High school community. He works exceptionally hard at his job. He says that between work and family he rarely has the time for anything else. When Mr. Geittmann does have some free-time, however, he can be found refereeing [...]