For students, there is nothing impossible about supporting animals

by Lily Watkins Forget crazy cat lady; sophomore Daisy Owen is a crazy dog lady in the making. As founder of the Mission PAWsible club, it’s natural to be a bit nutty for animals. Owen has always been a dog lover, and that love only grew over this past year. “Last year, my obsession kind […]

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Students ‘pi and tie’ to help cancer patients on pi day

by Maria Determan   We all have that one object, whether it be the worn out teddy bear from your infant days, the pillow pet from your fifth grade birthday party, or the blanket that has so many holes that the thread hardly holds together. No matter the age, everyone needs comfort when they encounter […]

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Step Club steps up

by Allison Ostapowicz Step is a form of dance where the footwork is the most important part of the dance. This school year, senior Davine Francis introduced this art form to Marian and started Step Club. She describes step as, “Dance and music. All the sounds are made with your body, for example claps, stomps, […]

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Dedicated teachers explain why Marian is their second home

by Julia Veik To learn, it takes a dedicated student and an even more dedicated teacher. Marian has provided its students with teachers who positively impact them on a daily basis. Mr. Matthew Winterboer began teaching physics at Marian in the 2015-2016 school year after spending seven years directly out of college as an engineer […]

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Smart Girl Society presentation causes girls to rethink social media implications

by Maria Determan Before the flurry of Surprise Day excitement hit Marian on Feb. 15, the faculty and students got a healthy dose of reality. Mrs. Jennifer Christen, Dean of Student Services, brought in Amie Konwinksi, founder and CEO of Smart Girl Society, for a presentation about digital branding and social media safety. Christen spearheaded […]

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