Neel Nabar, ’08, who is in his fourth year at Sidney Kimmel Medical College, recently returned to the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to join the fight against COVID-19. Throughout the Spring, Neel worked at the NIH with a small… Read More
Twelve years after Tyler Relph graduated from St. Bonaventure, Jermaine Taggart is following the McQuaid-to-Bona path. The 6-foot-4 forward committed to the Division I school via Instagram, Monday evening. Click here for the complete article on the Pickin’ Splinters website.
June 30, 2020 Dear Members of the McQuaid Jesuit Community: In the spring of 2012 while in town for a meeting of the McQuaid Jesuit Board of Trustees, a few of the other trustees and I visited John Crowe, McQuaid’s… Read More
On Friday evening, June 26, Mr. Adam Baber, Principal, presented the Bishop Kearney Award to Sean Murray, ‘20 at Sean’s home in Henrietta. Sean will be attending the United States Military Academy at West Point, and will not be present… Read More
An earthquake measuring 7.4 on the Richter Scale occurred at 10:29 a.m. local time (11:29 a.m. ET), with an epicenter 6.8 miles southwest of Santa María Zapotitlán in Oaxaca state, Mexico. The earthquake could be felt as far as Guatemala,… Read More
“A state championship, like McQuaid’s Class AA baseball title in 2019, usually has a lasting legacy. With no spring sports in 2020, the Knights’ title reminiscing has extended further into the public consciousness than usual.” Click here for the rest… Read More
Click here to be taken to the Pickin’ Splinters website for an article on McQuaid alum Tyler Griggs and Ben Beauchamp, and their collegiate baseball journey thus far.
Congratulations to junior Sam Topa who was awarded the top junior essay award from the Polish Heritage Society of Rochester for his essay about Architecture in Krakow. The objective of the annual competition is to develop an increased awareness and… Read More
Click here to be taken to the Pickin’ Splinters website for an article on Hunter Walsh and the 2019 baseball team’s NYS championship victory.
For the last three years, the final exam project for students in Mr. Siuda’s AP Literature class has been a rather extensive creative writing project. Each student is required to write eight original poems, with each poem representing a particular… Read More