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Patrick McKay's Christmas ornament.

Patrick McKay's Christmas ornament.

Patrick McKay's Christmas ornament.

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In keeping with the holiday spirit this Christmas, the art department is making Christmas ornaments for teachers and faculty. They will be delivering the ornaments to their respective teachers next Wednesday. The purpose of these ornaments, aside from being a long-standing tradition in the community, is to be a sign of gratitude from the students to those who work endlessly to ensure that students get the best possible education that they can. While it may not be much in the way of monetary value, the sentimental and symbolic meaning behind these ornaments is what makes them carry such weight in the school. Teachers and faculty work tirelessly to deliver quality education to the hundreds of students that attend MC, and, even if the students spend no more than an hour designing a personalized ornament for a chosen member of the community, the return investment is always worth it.

Daniel Benoit’s Christmas Ornament

Ronan Moloney’s Christmas Ornament

Eric Correa’s Christmas Ornament

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Noah River-Jansky, Staff Writer

Noah is a senior at Mount Carmel. He is involved in Speech & Drama and tennis. He enjoys playing video games, reading novels, writing stories and watching movies. He is from the Hammond area in Indiana, where he attended Saint John the Baptist for seven years. He participates in several extracurricular activities like tennis and speech. An honors/AP student who is enrolled in three AP classes for his senior year, Noah has always enjoyed his history and English courses, and writing in general. He hopes that writing for the school’s newspaper will further develop his writing skills. After Mount Carmel, Noah plans to pursue a degree in game design from Indiana University Bloomington.

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