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Editor’s note: On Saturday, December 19, Ohio State played Northwestern for the Big 10 Championship.  Cam had 16 carries, for 61 yards and scored Northwestern’s only touchdown.  This article appeared in The Catholic Telegraph. by M.D. Pitman Cam Porter is more than a bruising running back for the Division II

Mount Notre Dame High School (MND) enters this school year carrying on a 160-year “tradition of the quality education and growth,” it’s provided since it started as a boarding academy, said the school’s president. And though tradition is important to maintain and instill in the young women of Mount Notre

by M.D. Pitman A quarter-century ago, Royalmont Academy was a small, grassroots Catholic school in Oakley. This year, the school celebrates its 25th anniversary at its Warren County campus in Mason. Growth of the pre-K to eighth grade Catholic school included forming the region’s first new Catholic high school in

by M.D. Pitman La Salle senior Michael Wergers knows what he wants to be when he grows up, but at 6-foot-3, he doesn’t have much actual growing to do. As graduating Lancers prepare to go off to college next year, he was waiting on acceptance letters in early April from

by M.D. Pitman An eighth-grade class trip to Washington, D.C., often rounds out a student’s elementary education, and making an experience like this happen can “level the playing field when it comes to education,” said Michael Goedde, principal of St. Cecilia School in Oakley. The school’s graduating eighthgraders will make

by M.D. Pitman When students at St. Lawrence complete elementary school, they will do so with the habits and virtues found in “highly effective people.” This is the goal of the Price Hill institution’s faculty and staff as they work to transform the school’s teaching philosophy. St. Lawrence School is

By M.D. Pitman The record for the Seton 2012 soccer season didn’t match the talent on the team – then Erika Maurer started talking about God. “We had a really terrible season, but we were a talented team and couldn’t figure out what was going on,” she said. “So heading