The Looking Glass

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As Lent begins, it is always important to keep its reason in mind.

Why Do We “Give Up” Things for Lent?

Elisabeth Smith '28, Middle School Editor
February 18, 2024
It covers the earth/ in glimmering white/ snow

Flurries

Elisabeth Smith ’28, Middle School Editor
January 28, 2024
Tips of golden yellow and crimson red…

Dancing Leaves

Elisabeth Smith '28, Middle School Editor
December 1, 2023
What Happened to Hammersley?

What Happened to Hammersley?

Elisabeth Smith '28, Middle School Editor
November 3, 2023
Mary, Resting there, truly beautiful, in simple ways

Mary, Standing There

Elisabeth Smith '28, Middle School Editor
October 14, 2023
My candle/Flickering silently/Like the beat of a heart

A Candle

Elisabeth Smith '28, Middle School Editor
September 14, 2023
A poem for all mothers

For All Mothers

Elisabeth Smith '28, Middle School Editor
May 14, 2023
Mrs. Wanner with the three other teachers that created the Quarantine Diaries.

Alumna Feature: Mrs. Wanner

Elisabeth Smith '28, Middle School Editor
May 8, 2023
The red dot we never see.

The Red Dot You Never See

Elisabeth Smith '28, Rising Middle School Editor
April 30, 2023
Saint Veronica wipes the face of Jesus

Saint Veronica: An Easter Gift

Elisabeth Smith '28, Rising Middle School Editor
April 13, 2023
Spring has finally sprung!

Spring

Elisabeth Smith '28, Rising Middle School Editor
April 9, 2023
Flowers buried under spring snow

False Spring

Elisabeth Smith '28, Staff Writer
March 13, 2023
Nothing brings us awe like a coat of fresh snow.

Snow

Elisabeth Smith '28, Staff Writer
February 5, 2023
The bridge, a deeper metaphor for the familial bond between distant brothers.

A Bridge Over The River

Elisabeth Smith '28, Staff Writer
January 13, 2023
Everybody on the team creates the friendly environment to make these friendships and all the fun that happens during practice possible.

A View of Indoor Track

Elisabeth Smith '28, Staff Writer
December 18, 2022
Even after the many years that have passed since her death, the life of Gisela of Hungary is still relevant today. She is someone Catholics everywhere can look up to as a model for living a good life and an inspiration to keep on loving God.

Blessed Gisela of Hungary

Elisabeth Smith '28, Staff Writer
December 12, 2022
Students in Model UN participated in debates about the USA PATRIOT Act, the Balkans War Crisis, a committee on Harry Potter, and many more.

Model UN: A Recap

Elisabeth Smith '28, Staff Writer
October 25, 2022
(Original Caption) Sandringham, Norfolk, England, UK: Britains Queen Elizabeth II smiles radiantly during a picture-taking session in the salon at Sandringham House. Her pet dog looks up at her. These photos were taken in connection with the royal Familys planned tour of Australia and New Zealand.

In Tribute to the Queen

Elisabeth Smith '28, Contributing Writer
September 22, 2022
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