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Back to School Plans Are Leaving Some Immunocompromised Students Behind (Originally Published in Teen Vogue)

We here at JRNOLA are extremely pleased to announce that Isabella Brown was published today (9/1/20) in Teen Vogue. The following is that article, verbatim. Jack Bryan’s family has been wary of getting him sick ever since he was born. Long before the pandemic, they… Read More »Back to School Plans Are Leaving Some Immunocompromised Students Behind (Originally Published in Teen Vogue)

The Lost Senior Year

The isolation caused by COVID-19 restrictions placed a strain on Kayla Andrus’ relationships with teachers and friends. Now Andrus, an 18-year-old graduating senior at Mount Carmel, finds herself staying up until two in the morning and waking up later in the day to begin incessant… Read More »The Lost Senior Year

Sweet Crude’s Alexis Marceaux on Everything from Voice Lessons to The Voice

Alexis Marceaux—singer for the Louisiana French / English bilingual band Sweet Crude— grew up in Chalmette, wanted to be a singer her whole life and thought that she would go to art school and then Loyola. But then Katrina came along and those plans changed.… Read More »Sweet Crude’s Alexis Marceaux on Everything from Voice Lessons to The Voice

Despite One Brief Stage Error, “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” is a Golden Ticket

Written by Hannah Darcey, junior at Mount Carmel Academy. Mentored by Warren Bell. In the middle of the energetic and enthusiastic number “Willy Wonka!” a crackling and faint voice came on the intercom, spreading news that the touring musical “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” needed… Read More »Despite One Brief Stage Error, “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” is a Golden Ticket