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Couple walking across court holding hands

In November, Jose Batistine '10 and Alyssa Reilly '10 returned to where their love story began, Central Catholic High School, for their engagement photos. They’ll be getting married in March – one of several Raider love stories we’re highlighting this year as we approach Valentine’s Day!

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African American History Month

Also referred to as Black History Month, African American History Month is celebrated each February. Through a collaboration between Central Catholic’s Office of Inclusion, Diversity and Equity; Academic Departments, the student-led S.C.O.P.E., the Cinema Club, and the Library & Media Center, we will be highlighting African American History throughout the month. Everyone is invited to participate!

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Photo of several copes of the poetry book 'River Bound'

Congratulations to Brian Simoneau '95, whose second book of poems, No Small Comfort, will be published in 2021 by Black Lawrence Press, and to Matthew Minicucci '99, who is currently the writer-in-residence at the James Merrill House in Stonington, CT.  Both have received numerous recognitions and awards for their writing and poetry.

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Jackie Dehney wrestles in the Blue Devil Classic

Congratulations to Jackie Dehney '23! Jackie won the 120-pound title competing in the Blue Devil Classic, her first high school wrestling tournament against boys. Nationally, she is the fourth ranked female wrestler at 123 pounds by USA Wrestling.

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Christine Breen '04 Engineers a Path to Encore Boston Harbor Resort

Successfully constructing a massive project such as the new Encore Boston Harbor Resort (opened June 2019) in Everett, MA, is an enormous undertaking. Thanks to Christine Breen '14, a Construction Project Engineer for the Encore through Wynn Development, visitors to Encore can safely navigate their way to the entertainment complex through the hectic streets surrounding Boston.

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