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How will you remember the 2019-20 school year?

How will you remember the 2019-20 school year?

The Rambler May 22, 2020

As seniors enter their final week next week, members of The Rambler staff were asked to look back on the 2019-20 school year. Read on to find out how some of The Rambler staff members will remember the...

Appreciating timeless music

Appreciating timeless music

Jon Sapienza May 20, 2020

Everyone who listens to the radio while they drive or keeps up with popular music knows that popular songs come and go very fast. Some songs stay in radio rotation longer than others, but most songs that...

What is your dream job and why?

What is your dream job and why?

The Rambler May 16, 2020

As many of the members of The Rambler staff near graduation day, this week's question asked them to look forward and think big. Students were asked, "What is your dream job and why?" Check out their responses...

Teachers honor Class of 2020 online

Teachers honor Class of 2020 online

Jon Sapienza May 15, 2020

  Recently, a handful of teachers have been submitting videos to Erie News Now of themselves giving their personal farewells and well wishes to the senior class of 2020. I’m sure that these teachers...

If you could add one course to the required high school curriculum, what would you add and why?

If you could add one course to the required high school curriculum, what would you add and why?

The Rambler May 9, 2020

This week the staff of The Rambler responded to the question, "If you could add one course to the required high school curriculum, what would you add and why?" Check out their responses and explanations...

Student Profile: Nick Leone

Student Profile: Nick Leone

Jon Sapienza May 5, 2020

Nicholas Leone is a member of the senior class at Cathedral Prep and will be studying Biology at Gannon University after he graduates. Nick is an excellent student with many accolades to prove it. He...

What is your favorite locally owned restaurant and why?

What is your favorite locally owned restaurant and why?

The Rambler April 23, 2020

This week the staff of The Rambler was asked to name their favorite locally owned restaurant. With dine-in restaurants closed for the time being, several local eateries are offering takeout. Do your part...

What are you most looking forward to about Easter break / How are you planning to celebrate #HolyWeekAtHome?

What are you most looking forward to about Easter break / How are you planning to celebrate #HolyWeekAtHome?

The Rambler April 8, 2020

The students officially begin their Easter break today and will not resume remote access instruction until Monday, April 20. With that in mind, this week The Rambler staff answered the two-pronged question...

The Evolving Sound of Hip Hip Beats

The Evolving Sound of Hip Hip Beats

Jon Sapienza April 8, 2020

The sound of hip hop music has been changing across months, years, and decades as producers and artists want to keep the art evolving. There is a definite difference in the way 90s hip hop sounds and...

What is your favorite video game of all-time?

What is your favorite video game of all-time?

The Rambler April 3, 2020

If you are quarantined at home, one fun way to pass the time is to play video games. With that in mind, this week The Rambler staff answered the question "What is your favorite video game of all-time?"...

What one thing do you miss the most that has been taken away from you because of the COVID-19 pandemic?

What one thing do you miss the most that has been taken away from you because of the COVID-19 pandemic?

The Rambler March 27, 2020

This week the students of Cathedral Prep had their first week of remote access instruction in response to the COVID-19 pandemic temporarily closing all schools in the state Pennsylvania and other parts...

Alumni Profile: Michael Gromacki

Alumni Profile: Michael Gromacki

Jon Sapienza March 13, 2020

Michael Gromacki is a graduate from the Cathedral Prep class of 2013 who went on to become a Wheeling Jesuit graduate and an IT worker for GE. Michael’s father Brian, brother John, and grandfather Ceasar...

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