Monthly Archives: February 2014


Principled Principal 1

By Shreya Yepuri ’15, Editor-in-Chief   “The less rules the better!” That’s a statement you don’t typically hear from a principal. Mr. Stephen Lepire has proven his commitment to fewer rules to promote a self-governing school atmosphere, whether he’s working with Student Council members to allow pajamas as part of the […]


New School, New Country

By Talon Contributor Ryan Lim ’17 Chaminade welcomed about three dozen international students, most from China, in grades 8-11 for the 2013-14 school year, with the change affecting classmates and teachers positively. “I’m amazed at how these kids navigate in three languages in my classes: their home language, the English […]


Whistle While You Work

By Ariana Brockington ’14, Copy Editor Award-winning Eagle Engineering robotics made a plastic whistle, medallion, and other items with the team’s three-dimensional printer. Instead of printing words with ink on paper, it creates 3-D shapes. From simple cubes and triangles to intricate whistles, Eagle engineers match what’s being done in real […]