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  • The Ignatian Guild’s fashion show, SI LIGHTS: The World is Our Runway, raised more than $280,000 thanks to the leadership of Guild President Staci Fleming and Fashion Show chairs Esther Arnold, Monica Myers, Patti Sheedy and Sheila McCarthy. Read more here.

  • The fall performing arts season offered the SI community a chance to see some great live performances ranging from the fall play O Beautiful, directed by Ted Curry ’82. Photo by Bowerbird Photography. See more photos here and here

  • The WCAL is celebrating its 50th anniversary. Read more here.

  • The Winter Dance Concert, Illuminate, was directed by Meredith Cecchin Galvin ’97, who also taught the dance workshop classes along with Emily Shick ’10. Photo by Bowerbird Photography. See more photos here.

  • Former SI President Anthony P. Sauer, S.J., came to SI in September to bless SI’s new middle school, named for him. Read more here.

  • Jeff Columbini and his wife, Audette, and daughter, Gianna ’14, and their extended family at the Nov. 19 Christ the King Mass in SI’s Orradre Chapel. The citation, above, was read by Bob Enright ’76. Photo by Carlos Gazulla. Read more here.

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  • The new SI Robotics Team was barely three months old when it shocked its peers by winning the Rookie All-Star Award at its inaugural competition March 25 and 26 at UC Davis, making it to the semifinals and earning the right to compete in the world championships in St. Louis in late April. Of 65 teams, the SI entry — which went both by its official team number (5924) and by the title “The Cat Machine” — competed in the playoff elimination rounds with the top 24 teams and was chosen by a top-seeded alliance at the FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Robotics Competition. By the end of the knockout rounds, SI lost to a team that included the defending world champion.…(Read more here.)
First Words
  • Think of the events in your life that have taught you the most. Chances are, they were neither easy nor pleasant. When I wrote SI’s history, I saw how our school changed for the better in ways that sometimes caused discomfort and, at times, even pain. Coeducation did not come easily for some, nor did our change from a city to a regional school. What we hope to teach our students is that real education involves a little discomfort, especially as we ask them to look at the world in ways they aren’t used to. We have a symbol of that lesson in our first floor hallway. Most students walk by it and never see it.… Click here to read more. 

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