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On February 5-9, Carondelet and De La Salle students participated in several events designed to address the difficult topics of sexual harassment and assault, domestic abuse and human trafficking.

Carondelet's RISE week was developed in responseto One Billion Rising, which began in 2012 as an international movement to end rape and sexual violence against women.

Students were encouraged to "RISE" with one another and commit to fostering a worldwide culture of respect, inclusion, solidarity and empowerment.

RISE Week culminated in a fun and powerful school-wide "Break the Chain" dance in the Amp. Watch the video below and check out the full photo gallery.

Read more about Students RISE in Solidarity

How do you begin imagining the kind of science, technology and innovation center that will equip young women for careers that don't yet exist? Ask the experts.

Carondelet has recruited a diverse group of advisors from the most successful tech companies and the most respected university faculties to help design a truly unique STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) and Innovation Center for students. The Advisory Council was launched at the IBM Watson Center in San Francisco this summer, and subsequent workshops with advisors, faculty and students have explored curriculum of the future and how to design flexible space for maximum innovation.

Read more about STEM Experts Advise on Innovation Center

The Carondeletter recently found time on President Bonnie Cotter's busy schedule to ask her about the school's students, faculty, Catholic identity, strategic priorities and more. Bonnie's relentless commitment to excellence for "our girls" was evident in her straightforward answers.


"My overall vision has remained steadfast—to strengthen the very core and fiber of the school..."

-President Bonnie Cotter

Read more about A Candid Conversation with President Bonnie Cotter

Día de los Muertos is a Mexican celebration honoring deceased family and friends. This ancient, mystical tradition is a mix of indigenous rituals and Catholicism. Día de los Muertos dates back to the pre-Hispanic cultures of Meso-America 3,000 years ago. On Día de los Muertos, it is believed that the dead return to visit their living relatives and friends. Elaborate altars are constructed in each home and in cemeteries. They are adorned with candles, marigolds, plates of delicious food, and round loaves of bread called Pan de Muertos. Folk art and frosted sugar skulls add the finishing touches.

Read more about Día de los Muertos

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