For 28 years, you’d see Sister Mary Erwin Baker bustling around the campus here of the University of Saint Mary, her arms full of teaching materials for her math or computer science classes.
Two heads are better than one, the old saying goes.
It all ended like a made-for-TV movie.
“It’s supposed to be hard,” Tom Hanks told his baseball team in the movie “A League of Their Own.”
Cristo Rey High School sophomore Henry Smith is going to be an emergency-room physician someday. He’s known this since he was eight years old.
Many images may come to mind when thinking about college life and the activities of students — not all of them holy.
Catholic schools and their activities are often at the heart of rural communities, believes Karen Kehers, administrative secretary for St. Joseph School here.
It’s always nice to get a thumbs up from the boss — especially when your boss is Pope Benedict XVI.
What a group of students from St. James Academy, Lenexa, did was enough to make Donna Kelsey cry.
Teachers at St. Michael the Archangel School here are seeing double — sometimes even triple.