Yearly Archives: 2012

The New and Improved iPhone 5

“It’s revolutionary” Chaminade senior Cody Holmes says in regards to the much anticipated Apple iPhone 5 which was released on September 5, 2012.This was the phone that changed the smartphone game once again. So, what are the main differences between this new phone and the previous iPhone 4s? Although the […]

Floating Doctors

Chaminade Alumni Spotlight: Floating Doctors

Chaminade’s own alumni Dr. Benjamin LaBrot and his sister Sky LaBrot founded a nonprofit organization, Floating Doctors, that travels to different countries to deliver medical assistance to poverty stricken communities. They travel on the Southern Wind, a sailboat that the crew members personally designed to carry eight tons of medical […]

Chaminade vs. St. Paul Recap

The Chaminade Eagles took on the St. Paul Swordsman on Friday; October 12thand took the game with a 63-13 final score.  The Eagles made their presence in the Mission League with 2-0 record and a total record of 6-1. St. Paul had gotten off with a slow start this season […]

Eagle Eye

Eagle Eye

Eagle Eye can easily be argued to be the number one most prestigious award winning organizations at Chaminade. Eagle Eye is a business operated by students in Chaminade’s Global Economic Leadership (GEL) class, taught by Aron Gideon. The company’s mission is to provide sports media services designed to increase better […]

Beauty Shouldn’t be Painful

High heels, constricting neckties, heavy earrings, and waist-cinching belts are all pieces of clothing that can cause permanent health damage. We have all heard the saying, “pain is beauty”, which is definitely not an understatement when it comes to some of the outrageous pieces of ensembles that I witness people […]

The Allure of Our Phones

Throughout the world, there are many examples that validate that phones are an inseparable part of our lives. There are laws prohibiting the use of them while driving, and even while walking which begs the question: What is so appealing about our phones and why do we need to check them constantly? […]