Eagles on Campus

Students at CJ have been involved with an abundance of extracurricular and co-curricular activities on campus this fall like the UD Back Pain Study, pictured above. Here are just a few more of the happenings that were available to those at the corner of Franklin and Ludlow Streets this past month:

Who:  The CJ community and visiting students from area grade schools
Where:  CJ’s auditorium
When:  October 19 at 7 p.m.
What:  Members of CJ’s Concert Choir, Concert Band, Eagle Pep Band, and new a cappella group VEGA performed along with 40 elementary band students from Holy Angels and Mother Bruner.

Who:  Current students, faculty, staff and families, along with members of the football team and cheerleading squad.
Where:  Between Blue Green Field and the old Faust Center
When:  Wednesday, Oct. 27 at 7 p.m.
What:  Attendees enjoyed food, drinks, and music at CJ’s annual bonfire while raising money for the American Heart Association (AHA) through the “Hits for the Heart” benefit. Participants could pay $1 to take swings at a donated disabled car before the Eagles final football game against Alter. Money was also collected at the game, where CJ beat the Knights 13-6, and more than $200 was donated to the AHA.

Who:  CJ students taking the Medical Interventions course, AP Biology, and members of FLIGHT
Where:  Mrs. Amy O’Loughlin’s room 226
When:  Wednesday, Nov. 10 during first period
What:  LaDonna Barnes-Lark, MD, from the Drew Health Center spoke with students about her experiences and insights from serving the underserved of Dayton in health care ministry since 1996.

Who:  Featuring Mark Abram, a senior at UD studying mechanical engineering and member of the Engineers in Technical, Humanitarian Opportunities of Service (ETHOS) learning program.
Where:  In the CIL
When:  Monday, Nov. 22 during all homeroom periods
What:  Mr. Abram presented to students about his experiences in India last summer working with fellow ETHOS students to design and build safe rocket cook stoves