Sophomores expand the travel horizons

By J1 Reporter Maggie Timmerman The world is a remarkable place, but Marian girls can only see so much of it from the grasslands of 72nd and Military. The chance to leave the grounds of Omaha, Nebraska and explore the world is not a chance that many get. Anyone that has ever been to a […]

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Music Leaves a Lasting Impact

By J1 Reporter Stevie Salerno   That song, YES, that one song that instantly takes you back to a certain moment in your life. Johnny Depp once said, “Music touches us emotionally, where words alone can’t.” Music has the power to make a lasting impact on girls from every grade at Marian. It can help you […]

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Deep into the Pores of Beauty

By J1 Reporter Lydia Larson           Picture this, ladies. You emerge from your deep slumber in the dawn of the morning. You look in the mirror and see an enormous blemish right in the focal point of your face: the forehead. You may cry, scream, or simply not care because thankfully […]

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The modern female: How an entire culture has set women against one another

By J1 Reporter Maggie Mantini What is the first thing you acknowledge when encountering a woman? In all actuality, most answers to this question would refer to a woman’s size, shape, or level of beauty. What about their presence, their intellect, their character, their strength? Young women are greatly affected by the generational norms of […]

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Marian girls dash through the decades

By J1 Reporter Abby Elkins You wake up from a hand-wound alarm clock, not from a catchy ringtone on your iPhone. You check the mailbox at the curb in front of your house for handwritten letters from friends, not text messages, emails or snapchats. News of the day will arrive in the newspaper or on […]

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