PodCats 2.24 The 2018 Christmas Food Drive

The Christmas Food Drive is an annual effort to assemble and deliver 750 baskets of food to help local families celebrate the Christmas season. Robbie talks to 4 members of the CFD team: Eddie Rios '20, Ryan Walsh '20, August Slawienski '20, and Mr. Patrick Valletta '05.

82nd annual Christmas Food Drive: What you may have missed

On December 15, members of the Saint Ignatius community will be invited to the 82nd Rini Family Christmas Food Drive Basket Delivery.

Five movies for your Christmas break

I’ll start this off by saying that this is a bit of an unusual way for me to write a review, but I thought I’d try something different so I can cover all the films I’ve seen recently that don’t necessarily warrant a longer review with the amount of time I have to write at the moment.

A President passes: Remembering George H. W. Bush

George H.W. Bush, the 41st President of the United States who is considered one of the most successful one-term presidents, passed away on Friday, November 30. He was 94 years old.

Weekly Update – December 16, 2018

It’s finals week. Here’s the sports section and an update from Speech and Debate.

Weekly Update – December 9, 2018

This week, we have Christmas in Our Community, which means we get to serve the less fortunate in our community and eat...

Welsh Academy preparing to serve Cleveland’s youth

Last issue, we wrote about the passing of Rev. Robert J. Welsh, S.J. ‘54. And months later, the Saint Ignatius Community is still recognizing his legacy. Welsh Academy, a middle school for boys from Cleveland, will soon be opening in his honor.

New faculty profile: Tom Yarkusko ’12

"I’m happy to be back with a group of people who take their faith lives very seriously and who tirelessly work to make God known everywhere an in everyone."

New staff profile: Mary Ann Vogel

"I have had a career-long passion to support the work that brings equity in education to the students of Cleveland."

New faculty profile: Roger Stewart

"Saint Ignatius represented an opportunity for me to return to my roots, while continuing my personal growth as an Ignatian educator."