Skip To Main Content

The Voice

Farewell to the Class of 2022 

Cheers to the Last 4 Years!
Heather Jones '24

It has been an interesting four years, to say the least. From moments in pop culture to international affairs that the children of the next generation will be studying in history textbooks, the world has overcome obstacles and sailed through new possibilities; and the Class of 2022 has had a front-row seat. 

Broadcast News

IrishGram

Play and Pause Buttons for Slideshow
Senior Sluggers
The Voice Staff

Ryan Mignona shared this photo of Senior Sluggers from ND's 2022 Baseball team. Ryan says, "the four years of playing together made for solid teamwork and friendships that will last a lifetime."(Top row: Jackson Wargo, Dylan Palmer, Ryan Mignogna. Middle row: Brian Hough, Matt Amoroso, Alex Marino. Front row: Nate Duff, Nick Blotto, Caleb Kempler).

Thumbs Up
Photo Credit: Lyla Malloy

Ben Kuran '22 gives a thumbs up to his time at ND. No surprise there as Ben has succeeded in and out of the classroom. Way to go, Ben!

Girl Power!
The Voice Staff

Senior softball teammates, Victoria Delate and Christa Andrusiewicz will, no doubt, be missed next year. Victoria says, "Playing four years with my best friend has given me memories that will last a lifetime."

Final Bow
The Voice Staff

Seniors Jamie Gaffney (15), Drew Werthman (11), and Michael McVey (24) celebrate the MCT Championship win with the Hooligans. "I'll miss my teammates," said Mike. We'll miss watching you!

Disney Dogs
Photo Credit: Ryan Torres '22

Aidan Wilson, Class of 2022,  takes a snack break during the 2022 Disney Trip. Be careful on those rides, Aidan. Just sayin'.

Orchestral Maneuvers
The Voice Staff

Seniors Zoe Capponi (flute), Gabby Begley (keyboard), Michael Carroll (percussion), and Hannah Park (keyboard) celebrate closing night of Bye Bye Birdie.

Quote of the Week

"Congratulations! Today is your day. You're off to Great Places!
You're off and away!”   
                                                  ― Dr. Seuss 

In Ictu Oculi
Zoe Capponi '22

“In the blink of an eye.” That’s what Mrs. Barlow says to us at Freshman Orientation. At first, I did not believe her, and my time at Notre Dame did not seem to be flying by as she said it would.

Read More about In Ictu Oculi
Percussion in the Pit
Michael Carroll '22

One of my favorite Notre Dame memories was one I never expected - up until the time it happened... and until the day I could no longer back out.  But it was an experience I will never forget.

Read More about Percussion in the Pit
Notre Dame: My Second Family
Grace Voss '22

When deciding if Notre Dame was the school for me, one characteristic repeated itself over and over again from current families. Students and their parents alike always spoke of the family-like community of the school. 

Read More about Notre Dame: My Second Family
What Do You Want to be When You Grow Up?
Jen Palancia '22

When we were five years old, we were asked what we wanted to be when we grew up. My classmates answered things like firefighters, cops, and even teachers, but when it was my turn to answer, I said "princess."

Read More about What Do You Want to be When You Grow Up?
Spot 129
Halle Besler '22

Notre Dame High School. Back parking lot. Spot 129. The place I pull my white Mazda into every morning. 

Read More about Spot 129
A Magical Memory
Gabby Begley '22

One of the most memorable experiences I had during my time at Notre Dame was the Performing Arts trip to Disney World in Florida.

Read More about A Magical Memory

Archived News

Row Row Row Your Boat
Trip Pisano '23

Try staying focused as cold lake water activates all five body senses simultaneously. This drastically increases the heart rate and makes steady breathing almost impossible. Athletes who row crew know this feeling well.

Read More about Row Row Row Your Boat
Back to Nature
Luke Wilson '22

Tucked away in the Sangre De Cristo Mountain range of northeast New Mexico is a 219 sq. mile ranch where adventurers ages 14 and up can test their limits and master skills that last a lifetime. 

And one of the best things about it is that it’s technology-free.

Read More about Back to Nature
Rumor has it: Adele is Back!
Heather Jones '24

Adele’s new creation is a letter to her son. It’s not about divorce. It’s an explanation. She wants Angelo, age nine, to understand why his family split up, but more importantly, how life should be fulfilled.

Read More about Rumor has it: Adele is Back!
The Return of the Woolly Mammoth
Mason Capasso '23

The idea of recreating mammoths and bringing them back to the wild has been discussed numerous times over the past decade. Researchers announced on September 8, 2021, that new funding is available that will help make scientists' dreams a reality.

Read More about The Return of the Woolly Mammoth