By Lily O'Doherty '17, Staff Writer On Tuesday, November 29, the Girl Up club at Louisville gathered together to watch the movie entitled He Named Me Malala in order to gain an understanding of how privileged we are, as women, to be able to go to school without the fear of being killed by people in your own community.
By Darnell Felton, Daily News Junior Autumn Wilbur finished with 19 points, 11 rebounds and five steals to lead Louisville to a nonleague victory Thursday night. Sophomores Lauren Kendrick and Marissa Lomis had 16 points and 13 points respectively for rebuilding Louisville (1-2), who graduated five seniors last year.
Photo by John McCoy — Daily News photographer The Louisville Cross Country Team competed in the C.I.F. Southern Section Division 4 Cross Country Finals on Saturday, 11/19, at the Riverside Cross Country Course and ran their best team race of the season. Highlights for our Louisville Royals include freshman phenom, Kaydee Inouye, leading the team in a personal best...
By Katherine Allen '18, Staff Writer Delivering hope and support to the poor of Los Angeles since 1972, the volunteers of St. Francis Center make it their mission to embody the love and respect beautifully demonstrated by St. Francis of Assisi. On November 16th and 17th, an enthusiastic group of juniors had the pleasure of working with a team of dedicated volunteers to help serve hope to the poor and elderly.
Many Families live in poverty and are unable to celebrate Christmas. This Advent Season, we are asking the Louisville community to help bring Christmas to children in need of assistance. A simple way to bring Christmas to these children is to donate a new, unwrapped gift for children between the ages of 8-14 years of age.
Please help make a difference for thousands of children in need this holiday season through MEND’S Christmas Basket Program. Click to read about what to bring: