Blog Voices Archive
"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
Robert Bergman '93 invites us to find joy in the memories we hold dear.
Do you have a growing suspicion that someone you care deeply about will not be voting as you plan on voting in the coming election?
As politically charged conversations increase, Fr. Schroeder shares guidance on how to navigate them with Christian humility.
"Hope comes in very small doses nowadays, and these little reminders have become all the more important." - Robert Bergman '93 on finding pennies...and picking them up.
Entrepreneurial senior Nick Hale explores independent study with business teacher Mr. Lange...leading to the launch of his online sticker shop.
"It is a funny feeling to realize how close we all are in reality. I’m only one or two steps away from presidents, titans of industry, poor children, and people who are dying of cancer on a cancer ward." Robert Bergman '93 reflects on how connected we really are.
He grew up learning to fill his life with activity, whether productive or entertaining. Now he recognizes the critical importance of sitting still. Fr. Schroeder sets the context for Formation Fridays and helping our students develop the habit of reflection.
"Can we all just be whelmed?'' wonders Robert Bergman '93 in his latest blog post.
"COVID-19, quarantine, and recent civil unrest have all presented many challenges to our lives, and one of those is an increased need for patience and understanding," says Rob Bergman '93 in this latest blog post.