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The Xaverian computer club has been hard at work on their latest project - building a liquid-cooled computer. Most basic computers employ a fan cooling system, but the club has set out to build one that will be more efficient. Once completed, this computer will be used by students to design and print 3D models. The club has already installed the motherboard, memory modules, graphics card, and wiring. For more updates on the computer club visit the Xaverian clubs and activities page.

Over 100 students entered a recent three on three basketball tournament organized by the Xaverian Intramural Club. The event saw competitors from all grades battling on the court, and even featured a (very) brief appearance from a faculty team. The tournament was finally won by the team of Tyler Wolfe, Brendan Collins, and Brendan Clifford. Visit the Xaverian Brothers High School clubs and activities page for more ways to get involved on campus.

Canton residents Bobby Ivanoski and Billy Martin were all smiles during Wednesdays American Red Cross blood drive. Over 60 students donated blood during lunch.

On Thursday, November 29, Five Xaverian students joined thousands of others who conviened for the event Stand Up to Bullying, one of the largest gatherings of young people coming together to help put an end to bullying.

"We had one girl sit on a chair in front of a white board while the others wrote a positive phrase about them. They could not peek at what was being written. It was fun to watch the smiles on all their faces as they shared what they loved about each other." http://thetomfarnsworthfamily.blogspot.com/2012/03/youth-activities.html

Yet by mholtzen I started using the word “Yet” with my students a couple years ago. When a child says, “But I don’t get it,” or “I can’t do this,” which happens often in my land of perfectionists, I add the word, “Yet” to the end of their declaration.

Intramural Dodgeball a Hit Among Students

No Lull For Xaverian Speech Team

Several students were recognized this past Saturday at a state-wide speech and debate tournament at Natick High School. Liam LeBlanc ’15, Peter Andreas ’15, Matt Peterson ’13, Pat Ingersoll ’13, and Stephen Cook ’15 were all recognized for outstanding achievement, and Matt Peterson placed second in the finals of the group discussion event.