When Fedja Buric arrived
in Louisville in 1995, the first things he noticed were the smiles. Walking
down Bardstown Road as a newly enrolled sophomore at Atherton High School, the
16-year-old Buric was caught ...
When the world is pushed
to its knees by a large-scale health crisis, and millions of Americans are stuck
at home with nothing to do but talk to their parents, sometimes all that is
needed is a distraction.
On that fateful Wednesday,
when I first heard the news—that Bellarmine was joining the cavalcade of schools
around the state shifting to online methods to slow the spread of the
coronavirus—I was ecstatic.
The Office of Public Safety has taken
a new step toward ensuring student security on campus: a brand-new app aimed at
providing peace of mind for anyone who calls Bellarmine home.
“It’s like having it all r...
By Wynn McDonald
The name Thomas Merton, for many students, is almost synonymous with Bellarmine itself. From his statue guarding the school’s Norris Place entrance, to the center on the top floor of the li...