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How Can Vis Reduce Waste in the Pandemic?

How Can Vis Reduce Waste in the Pandemic?

Kate Heinsch, Staff Writer February 28, 2021

In the past year, the COVID-19 pandemic has had countless negative effects on our lives. School has been on-and-offline, public places have closed, and seeing friends is difficult if not impossible. However,...

Spring Fever at Visitation

Spring Fever at Visitation

Anna Holmes, Photography, Media, and Art Editor February 28, 2021

Students at Visitation are very eager to get out of the winter slump, and the below 0-degree weather has definitely made that clear. So, in order to get us all excited about spring (and winter finally...

Gratitude Towards Faculty and Staff

Gratitude Towards Faculty and Staff

Elle Klein, Freelance Editor February 25, 2021

The pandemic has not been easy on anyone. school lives have been flipped upside down. It has been difficult for the entire Visitation community to navigate through the past year. As students, we have had...

Vis Artist Feature: Cady Pagel, Elena Arriondo, and Grace Bettenburg

Ella Sukup, Staff Writer February 25, 2021

I have always been so impressed by the artwork that I see in the hallways as I walk through Vis.  I always wonder where this art comes from.  What is the inspiration behind it?  What is the background...

The Creative Incident of a Play During COVID Time

The Creative Incident of a Play During COVID Time

VISTA Fall Show 2020: The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time
Emily Wollan, VisLife Editor January 18, 2021

Despite the difficulties which COVID-19 has provided for almost all aspects of life, this year’s VISTA Fall Show, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, shows beyond doubt that the talent...

Editors Edie Weinstein and Noel Wang

Vol. XVIII, Issue 2: Letter to the Editor

Noel Wang and Edie Weinstein January 15, 2021

1. What is your favorite article that you have written for The Visitation Voice? What do you hope readers take away from it? Edie: I think one of my favorites will always be the very first article...

Visitation Fall Sports 2020- Photo Retrospective

While fall sports looked a bit different this year, our Lady Blazers found success across the board!
Emily Wollan, VisLife Editor January 9, 2021

Announcing ELOCUTION Ep. 2: The Election

Noel Wang and Edie Weinstein January 7, 2021

Announcing the second episode of ELOCUTION, a podcast by the editors of The Visitation Voice, Edie and Noel! "If both sides of the aisle are supposed to avoid the word [___], how are we supposed to...


Social Justice Through Literature: A Focus on the New Elective at Visitation

Camden Wright, Arts, Culture, & Style Editor January 7, 2021

This year, I got the opportunity to participate in Visitation’s new, semester-long, social justice-focused English elective called “Social Justice Through Literature”. The class is nicknamed “Walk...

This past Spring on the Last Day of School, students in Ms. Malovrh's AP European History Period 2 Class pose for a photo and spread the love!

Distance Learning: Pros and Cons

Grace Conroy, Staff Writer January 7, 2021

The 2020-2021 school year will truly be remembered as a year like no other. Covid-19 has impacted people around the globe, and while the pandemic has had differing effects on everyone, no one’s life...

A Freshman lunch Facetime call! Photo Courtesy of Grace Keeley

Friendships at a Distance: Creative Ways Vis Girls are Staying Connected and Safe!

Grace Keeley, Staff Writer January 7, 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic has obviously put a damper on all of our social plans for this year and made it difficult to have the “normal” year in high school. Looking back on the year so far, Vis girls...

Fall Sports: Our Silver Lining

Fall Sports: Our Silver Lining

Grace Loonan, Freelance Writer January 3, 2021

I likely speak for the entire Visitation student body when I say that this school year has been neither normal nor easy. We’ve had to face isolation, cancellation, and the constant fear of contracting...

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