Blog Voices Archive
Sports analogies abound in and about the classroom where veteran English teacher Nick Dressler '02 stresses the need for more authentic assessments in his Intrepid Ed News article.
A family of five inspired by collective enthusiasm shares why they give.
De Smet Jesuit President Daniel Zepp offers his first reflection in his monthly President's Corner series.
Inspired by an Arizona monsoon, Rob Bergman '93 grasps the meaning of courage and wisdom and the well-known prayer.
He leaves here exhausted every day...but not in the way you might think. Read more from math teacher and coach Adam Boehm
How can you involve alumni beyond social events and donations? Mrs. Grimm shares her insights in her feature article published in the fall issue of NCEA's Momentum.
For one senior, his experience with the student broadcasting network may have changed his future career plans.
"Adulting is difficult, and we often forget the joy of abandoning our uptightness to be free for a few moments and wholly enjoy who we are and who we were." As we adjust to the busier routine of a new school year, Robert Bergman '93 shares an important reminder to allow ourselves moments to just play.
"What have we learned from the past year of struggle and learning if not 'That the secret to survivin’/Is knowin’ what to throw away/And knowin’ what to keep…'” Robert Bergman '93 posts his latest reflection on the right way to play the game of life and what is NEVER a gamble.
English teacher and Class of 1993 alumnus Robert Bergman breaks in a new baseball glove and reflects on the human connections that occur while playing catch.
A reflection on the meaning of Easter by William Manaker, S.J.
Cleared of COVID but feeling sick, Mr. Bergman worked from home on January 6, 2021. Two things happened that day.
A reflection for the second week of Advent by physics teacher Evan Jenkins '13