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The Black History Month Showcase at Cardinal Hayes High School united the talents of Hayes’s several arts programs to extol pedestrian conversations and celebrations of blackness. In a barbershop, several black leaders such as Oscar Robinson ...
Cardinal Hayes is known for the way in which Hayesmen and faculty come together as a family during the Thanksgiving and Christmas school mass. The mass is followed up by a celebration of the first few months of the school year.
“I hope you’re ready to be on a plane for 16 hours”—one of the last things I heard before meeting with my fellow Hayesmen in the Newark International Airport at 3:00 a.m. I thought that I could handle such a long flight because I had previously been on a plane for a couple of hours heading to Georgia and Florida,
I went to the Bye Bye Birdie show on Sunday and when I reached the Regis Philbin auditorium at Cardinal Hayes High School, it was almost completely full. After watching the first half of the show I could see why the play was a must-see. The show started off slowly and then began to pick up speed as the scenes progressed. The set as beautiful and perfectly set the scene for all the settings of the play. The characters were all dressed appropriately for the time in which this play takes place, which is the late 1950’s.