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Did You Know That URLVD?

Hosted by St. Pat’s in Elkhorn and ultimately organized by Alex Zimmerman, URLVD is a weekend retreat for high schoolers wanting to deepen their faith. Registration for the summer 2024 retreat is open right now; scan the QR code on the attached flier or click on the link at the

Cheerleading Tryouts

In recent years, Mercy Cheerleading has gained much popularity. Each year, more and more girls attend tryouts with the hopes of becoming a member of the team. This year, more than forty prospective cheerleaders signed up for tryouts. Mrs. Powers, the cheerleading coach, began planning for tryouts over a month

FBLA State Recap

When opening sessions began, the air was alive with the hope that the three days spent in the convention center would be successful and productive. Hundreds of students from the state of Nebraska traveled to Kearney for State FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America) called SLC (State Leadership Conference). Wearing

Why You Should Watch Cabrini!

The movie Cabrini tells the story of Mother Cabrini and her mission to provide for the needs of many orphans and Italian immigrants. Cabrini came out on March 8, 2024 and has received glowing reviews. It is a two and a half hour movie with a rotten tomato rating of

Best Class of the Week: Anatomy and Physiology

Hands-on activities, statistically, are the best way for most to learn. At Mercy, our science department is very good at doing that. Starting freshman year students get the opportunity to learn Biology, Anatomy, Chemistry, and other science classes that prepare students for college and STEM careers in the future. One

Best Class of the Week

This week one class really stood out to me. The curriculum was fairly easy. The energy of the teacher was amazing. The atmosphere in the classroom is great, and students love the teacher as much as the class. This class introduces the students to a foreign language, which is required