Jay Verzosa - February 14, 2017
What's your favorite childhood memory? Is it piling into the family van for a trip to the Jersey shore? The chaos of Thanksgiving dinner at your grandmother's house? Maybe it's something as ordinary as the gentle way your mom would wake you up for school or how your dad would toss you onto his shoulders when you were little. I'd bet that a felt sense of "home" anchors a lot of our childhood memories, and in reflection, many of us might find it difficult to choose just one favorite memory from childhood. Some of us, however, might struggle to come up with a single memory at all.
Kerry Madden - February 02, 2017
The Spring Service Trip is a challenge on so many levels, but one that students plan for and welcome. It so clearly reflects the values in our mission statement, which makes us all excited to share our experiences with the Rosemont Community when we come home.
Samson Tesfamariam - December 02, 2016
This is what drove my focus. I was transformed from a D- student to one with an A+ average. I became the valedictorian and an example for others. A lot of kids liked me and started to study with me. Eight of us became close and became the best students in our classes. Not all of them were in my grade; some of them were seventh grade, but we still studied together. I would help them, but it was not easy.
Luca DiFranco - December 02, 2016
The Christmas eve dinner, known as “La Cena della Vigilia”, is a tradition that takes place in Italian-American households on, well, the eve of Christmas! It is a tradition that consists of two huge parts of Italian-American culture: family and food! Let me tell you a bit more about it.