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Legacies Return

Legacies Return

On Wednesday, October 1st, Brother Martin opened its doors for its legacy families.  Over 50 alumni families returned to campus and enjoyed a night on Elysian Fields.  Alumni fathers were able to tour the campus with their family and share memories from their time as a Crusader.  Afterwards, everyone …

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Key Clubbers Rebuild Together

Key Clubbers Rebuild Together

Over the weekend, members of the Crusader Key Club volunteered their time to help with a Rebuild New Orleans project near Mat n’ Naddies’s Restaurant on River Road near the Parish line.

Students worked hard all day as they prepped, caulked, sanded and primed the house while remaining cheerful, upbeat. Way …

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Lacrosse Clinic

Lacrosse Clinic

On Saturday, October 11th, there will be a free Lacrosse Clinic on Farley Field hosted by Rouge Lacrosse from 2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. Anyone interested in Crusader Lacrosse is invited to attend. To register for the clinic, you MUST go to www.rougelacrosse.com prior to Saturday. Any questions about …

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Cadets Lend a Hand At Crimestoppers Fundraiser

Cadets Lend a Hand At Crimestoppers Fundraiser

Members of the NJROTC unit assisted in the annual Crimestoppers fundraiser and auction at Mardi Gras World. Cadets showed up early to help set up for the event in the morning. In the evening they helped local restaurants serve food donated for the event to help raise money for …

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Crusaders Tame Terriers in 49-0 Win

Crusaders Tame Terriers in 49-0 Win

Brother Martin (5-0) continued its early season success as they piled up four first-half scores and took advantage of three Vandebilt turnovers to down the Terriers 49-0 on Friday night.

After forcing the Terriers to punt, the Crusaders finished a four play 69 yard drive with a 43 yard TD …

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Students Are Ready to Tame the Terriers After Morning Pep Rally

Students Are Ready to Tame the Terriers After Morning Pep Rally

The student body packed the Conlin Gym with ‘Sader Spirit at this morning’s pep rally! The Crusaders cheered in excitement to support the Crusader football team, swim team, and cross country team as they get ready for this weekend’s events.  Students were introduced to the Crusader football defensive starters …

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A Saturday of New Orleans History

A Saturday of New Orleans History

On Saturday, September 27, juniors from Mr. Vicknair’s U.S. History classes took a field trip to the French Quarter to tour the Cabildo. The Cabildo, located next to St. Louis Cathedral in Jackson Square, gave the students a deeper insight into the history of Louisiana. Several artifacts from Louisiana’s …

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Swimming wins 3 of 4

Swimming wins 3 of 4

The Crusader Swim Team won three of its four dual meets at UNO on Wednesday, October 1st.  The team defeated Destrehan 123-31, Riverside 128-27, and Ben Franklin 126-29.  The only loss came to the Blue Jays by a score of 132-38.

The team will be back in the pool on …

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Student Ministry Trip to Vandebilt Catholic High School

Student Ministry Trip to Vandebilt Catholic High School

On Thursday, September 25, nine senior Student Ministers attended Vandebilt Catholic High School’s Foundation Day Mass in Houma as an act of solidarity with students from other Brothers’ schools from E.D. White, Catholic High, St. Stanislaus College, and girls from St. Scholastica in Covington. It was a reunion for …

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How the Cell Works

How the Cell Works

7th grade students in Mr. Franks’ Life Science classes recently presented group projects depicting the parts of a cell. The project involved students creating a scene or a city in which parts of the scene or city represent the working parts of a cell. The project had to consist …

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National Merit Recognition

National Merit Recognition

Congratulations to the following members of the Class of 2015 for their recognition by the National Merit Scholarship Program: Commended Students are Joseph Arrigo, Paul Newburger, and Mitchell Quebedeaux. Aaron Detiege was awarded the National Achievement Scholar as a semi-finalist. These students placed among the top five percent of more …

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2014 Crusader Cook-Off

2014 Crusader Cook-Off

The 2014 Crusader Cook-off & Homebrew Competition took place this past Sunday in the backyard and The Benson Mall.  Chefs presented 18 tailgate dishes and 9 brews for guest judges and attendees.  The Spice Boys (Lindsey Williams ’83, Judge Mark Shea ’76 and Duke Nelson ’84) won the Top …

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Who Will be Crowned This Year’s Queen?

Who Will be Crowned This Year’s Queen?

Congratulations to the six young ladies who were named to the 2014-2015 Brother Martin Homecoming Court.

The court will be introduced to the student body at the Homecoming Pep Rally on Friday, October 24th, and the queen will be crowned during halftime of the Brother Martin vs. Shaw game on …

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2014 Junior Cheer Clinic

2014 Junior Cheer Clinic

Join us on Monday, October 13th for the 2014 Brother Martin Junior Cheerleader Clinic! Girls and boys ages 4-15 years old are invited to a clinic from 5:30-7:30pm in the Conlin Gym to learn new cheers or work on your skills.  All those in attendance will be invited to …

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Choosing the Right College

Choosing the Right College

On Monday, over 75 representatives from both in-state and out-of-state colleges visited campus to meet with our students, hand out information, and answer questions about their respective colleges. Students were able to learn all in the ins-and-outs about college life, choosing a major, and the admissions process to help …

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