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February & March Vocabulary Champs

The English Department and The Word staff would like to congratulate Emma Leaumont and Ashley Stall for answering the most questions on Vocabulary.com during the months of February and March.  C...

April 8, 2019 0 comments

December & January Vocabulary Champs

February 4, 2019

Tiffany Hamburger, '20, Photography Editor | April 23, 2019

This past February, the juniors, soon to be seniors, chose their senior sweater color and the thread color. There were many options, and as the first voting day took place, many girls chose colors like charcoal grey, cardinal red, mulberry, and passion pink. When the votes came in, it was discovered that there would be a runoff between cardinal red and passion pink. With half of the class lobbying...

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Law and Order: Chipmunks in Court

AC Nussbaum, '21, Staff Writer | April 23, 2019

On Saturday, February 16, Mock Trial walked confidently into the courtroom. Each year Chapelle’s Mock Trial team competes with other teams around the city to present a fictionalized court case. This year, they examined an imaginary lawsuit against a fraternity for a hazing incident that ended up in a pledge’s death by an alligator attack. Sophomore Abby Hudson summarized the case saying, “Reagan...

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A Night of Hollywood: 8th Grade Semi-Formal

Alyssa Regis, '23, Staff Writer | April 23, 2019

The Class of 2023 celebrated their first year slowly coming to an end at the Eighth Grade Semi-Formal Dance. The class officers transformed the cafeteria with a glamorous theme of “A Night of Hollywood.” In conjunction with the theme, the girls got dressed up to live the night like stars. Class President Megan Lacour and Class Historian Angelique Stierwald had the time of their lives dancing to...

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Sevi Callia, '21, Staff Writer | April 23, 2019

Doctors and nurses’ daily lives can be rollercoasters. Some may spend their mornings discussing healthy lifestyles with teenage patients and then end up finishing an emergency surgery before lunch. In order to be prepared for these diverse medical issues, students must be trained via in-depth hospital simulations. On February 18th, Chapelle’s Anatomy and Physiology students had the chance to tour...

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“Scientia Omnia Vincit”: Knowledge Conquers All

Sevi Callia, '21 and Tori Register, '22, Staff Writers | April 23, 2019

Salvete Omnia! The Latin Chips and those in the Junior Classical League kicked off February 2019 by competing against other schools from across Southeastern Louisiana in a Latin Quiz Bowl tournament, also known as Certamen, hosted here at Chapelle. Each of the three rounds thoroughly tested the competitor's knowledge of Latin grammar, Classical history, Classical Mythology, and Classical geography...

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Rylee Johnson, '21, Contributing Writer | April 23, 2019

From February 11-15, Women of Christ and Chips for Life sponsored “Real Love is Life-Giving Week,” a combination of Pro-Life Week and Real Love Week. This week was dedicated to raising awareness of abortion, appreciating all life, fighting for the unborn, and understanding God’s unconditional love for each and every person. Many activities occurred during the school week, such as a modesty fashion...

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