Janata’s vocation takes her beyond Marian’s classrooms

by Maddie Robertson ’18 For 30 years, Ms. Kathy Janata has served the Marian community by incorporating compassion, wisdom and innovation into her work.  Before working as a theology teacher and school counselor at Marian, Janata taught for Sacred Heart Southern Missions in Mississippi. Her position as a junior high school history and religion teacher […]

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Students sad for Guo to go

by Maddie Robertson ’18 Although she is leaving after only a year of teaching at Marian, Mandarin I teacher Ms. Jessie Guo has left an everlasting mark on the Marian community.  Before coming to Marian, Guo worked in Lincoln, Neb. through the Confucius Institute. There, she was a Mandarin teacher.  “My job was flexible. I […]

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M-Beat Broadcasts for Spring 18

Please subscribe to our channel on YouTube at “MarianMBeat” May 17, 2018 The MBeat team of Emma, Paige, Caitlyn and Frieda bring you the last MBeat of the year. Enjoy the memories. Have a great summer! April 18, 2018 The Journalism I team of Sally, Hannah and Tomi bring you news of the week including […]

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Don’t go breakin’ my heart…when bands break up

Entertainment Column by Hailie Rydel Despite not knowing them in person, bands and musicians act as best friends, role models and inspiration. When a band breaks up, or when a musician passes, it stings deep. Lately, it seems like artists have been dying left and right. Rude.  When we listen to a band’s record, it’s […]

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