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Marley Wahler Receives St. Thomas Aquinas Award

At the Saints in the City Awards Dinner, Senior Marley Wahler was honored by the Diocese of San Jose and received the St. Thomas Aquinas Award. The St. Thomas Aquinas Award highlights a young person who possesses a deep knowledge of the Catholic faith, valuing and respecting the richness of the Catholic tradition and is eager to share their knowledge of the Catholic faith. Marley was recognized for her passion for social justice, her strong involvement in community service, and her commitment to liturgical music ministry. We are proud of you, Marley!


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Students Gather at the Tech Museum to Discuss Climate Change

Kudos to Regina Ta and her fellow Student Board members who organized The Tech's Youth Climate Action Summit on Saturday. More than 500 students attended and it was a fantastic day! Here is the article from the San Jose Mercury News on Sunday showing Bob Ballard giving the keynote at the Tech Museum's IMAX theater via Zoom from his research vessel off the Channel Islands.

Thank you for your leadership, Regina!

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