Posts Tagged: Ms. Cassetta

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Putting The “Fun” In Fung

In the hallways. On the lawn. Speeding by to his next destination. Scooping up awards. Ian Fung (’25). We’ve all seen him. But even his close ...
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Making A Difference By Donating Better

Why do we donate? Out of guilt, altruism, or to give back? The want to contribute has been on a rise lately, but the how and why of donating have left...
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The Power Of Positive Relationships With Your Teachers

I’m sure you’ve heard it at some point: people complaining about their grade, giving one of several excuses as to why they didn’t end the semest...
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Mr. Solander: The Man, The Myth, The Literary Arts Journal?

Honors Sophomore Literature and Composition teacher. Freshman baseball coach. Jesuit alum (ew). Moderator of CB’s very own Literary Arts Journal. I...
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Scholars By The Sea: An Inside Look At The Class Of 2024 Trip to Monterey

Salty beach winds, big-eyed sea otters spinning in the water, and memorable time spent with close friends. Beautiful Monterey, California, the destina...
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Scurry Along: Dealing With Underclassmen In The Hallways

You stop at the bottom of the 300s staircase thinking about your next step when suddenly a breeze brushes by your head. The clashing of your belonging...
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Picture This: Yearbook In The Making

Long after graduation, when we’re fully grown with families of our own, there will be a time that our CB yearbooks come back to haunt us and/or brin...
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An Anti-Breakout Room Manifesto By Margaret Wanket

(illustration by Kenny Ortiguesa ’22) It’s that time of class again. We’re about to be sent into breakout rooms to discuss and then ...
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Cultivating Creativity At CB

The Christian Brothers Literary Arts Journal has a long history of sharing the creative talents of many students with the CB community. As a club that...
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The Roughest Of Rough Drafts: Journaling As A Creative Outlet

Why should you set aside a minute or thirty to explore what your mind has to offer on paper? The mind is a wonderful thing, but it’s forgetful. It c...