"Humans of Sacred Heart" – Emma Butler '19

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What was your inspiration behind the theme “Carpe Diem” for this school year?
“I think one of my main reasons for choosing Carpe Diem as our theme for the year was mainly my personal goal for the year to “seize the day.”  This being my last year at Sacred Heart, I want to take full advantage of every day, making sure I go home having challenged myself, learned something new, contributed to someone else’s happiness, and reached out to others.  I hope that this theme will be a task we can all take on together over the course of the year.”

As student body president what are you most looking forward to this year?

“Even with the year just beginning, there are so many things I am excited about sharing with the student body as the year progresses.  Some of these things I should keep under wraps – who doesn’t love surprises!  But all I can say is that the Student Council is hard at work to augment our resources the best we can.  Additionally, I am excited to take part in traditions that I’ve watched seniors before I participate in, now finally getting to do it with the girls I’ve grown up with.”

What is your favorite Sacred Heart memory?  

“For me, it has always been the small, random moments that have stuck with me the most.  Things like rushing from a double to spend the optimal time laughing at lunch together, going to practice or team dinners, or just talking in Miss Panarella’s office have been some of my favorite times at Sacred Heart.”

The King Street Chronicle thanks senior Emma Butler ’19 for her contributions to “Humans of Sacred Heart.”
Photo by Christine Guido, News Editor
– Compiled by Christine Guido, News Editor