There are three faculty and staff members leaving Mercy after the end of this school year. The three who are leaving are Mrs. Shannon Alt, Mrs. Anne Stanley, and Mr. Kevin Modrell.
I asked each of them to talk about why they are leaving and how they feel about
Mercy hosts plays produced and put on by the students twice a year. Ranging from plays to musicals. Mercy has done it all. This year things got very sad, there wasn’t a dry eye in the audience.
Hanna Stec is a senior at Mercy and has been involved in theater since freshman
Student Climate Ralliers Take Action Against what their Parents Ignored.
By Addie Costello
A dog, two bikes, and about 50 teenagers participated in a rally for the planet on Saturday, April 27. The rally was spearheaded by Students for Sustainability, a group created through the Omaha Students’ Union which is a collective
Last week and weekend were full of games and matches. Sadly everything was cancelled. JV Tennis was cancelled on Friday. JV soccer was also cancelled Friday. Varsity track opted out of the Wahoo invite on Saturday.
Track had no choice other than to opt out of the meet. Track did
Last Saturday, April 13, was the 2019 April ACT. The Juniors at Mercy and many other high schools in the area have been preparing for the ACT for months leading up to it. Many students from Mercy as well as the other schools in our area, took the ACT on
District Music is an event where the Mercy High Singers, a class for our talented singers, goes to Blair High School and performs both as a group and solo while getting evaluated by judges. The judges look for good tone and diction. This past Friday was when this annual event
Every year, the development office enlists the help of Mercy girls to call donors across the nation. All proceeds go directly toward Mercy’s annual campaign for its unique negotiated tuition program. Roz Parr, Alumnae and Annual Gifts Officer, states, “Phonathon is vital to Mercy because it’s the way we renew
Pro-Life club bought over 30 movie tickets for Mercy students and parents to see the movie Unplanned last Wednesday.
The students who went to go see the movie Unplanned
Unplanned is the life story of Abby Johnson who had a boyfriend in college who was 10 years older than she was. She
The feeling hit me sitting in my freshmen theology class. I thought, “Woah there aren’t any boys sitting next to me.” This was an epiphany for me. I now had the freedom to speak my ideas, express my opinions, and stand for my values with those who couldn’t wait to
Prom is right around the corner and there are a lot of thing to get done like getting a dress, finding the perfect hairstyle and planning out the pictures. Pictures are an important step in the prom experience, it's what one looks back on after the years have gone