Marian’s new robotics room brings new opportunities for STEM students

Lily Blake Coming back to school after a long summer, there were obviously many changes to the interior of the school; one of the many changes was the new robotics room located on the first floor, attached to the physics lab of Mr. Matthew Winterboer. This room replaced the vibrant green walls of the Student […]

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Girls Who Code builds interest in computer science

Ellie Farner Girls Who Code is a national organization whose goal is to get more girls interested in coding and just so happens to be Marian’s newest club. Mrs. Sharon Genoways, Marian science teacher and Girls Who Code facilitator, says, “Girls Who Code is trying to get girls interested in computer science and then form […]

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Abuse in the Catholic Church

Opinion by Lily Blake The Catholic church and its history with sexual abuse has been on the headlines of every national newspaper since 2002, when the spotlight team at the Boston Globe exposed years and years of covered up sexual abuse scandals in the Boston area. is is not a problem that has come and […]

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The Network aims to inform, educate students

It is incredibly easy to write stories that don’t matter. We can think of few things simpler than drumming up a fluff piece about, perhaps, our choice in mechanical pencils and publishing it in The Network as a piece of news. We bet it would be so incredibly easy for you to read that story […]

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When dogs fly…

Aileen Zitek Dogs love to play fetch, but what if there was an advanced version of fetch, a sport that required agility, speed and coordination? Well, there is and it’s called flyball. “Flyball is basically dog relay races in which dogs race in teams of four. They each jump over four hurdles, hit a tennis […]

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