Marian falls for autumn

By J1 Reporter Katelin Kearney           Autumn is the time of year filled with balancing homework in order to experience all of the outstanding festivities, even at Marian. As the leaves rapidly change colors, the spirit of the new season fills the halls. This new time of the year brings about […]

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Marian: A sleepy student body

By J1 Reporter Sarah Cronin According to a survey taken in a Marian homeroom class, at least 7 out of the 24 students had pulled an all-nighter at some point in their time at high school to finish school work. As high school students at an academically and success driven school, sometimes sleep can be […]

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Food culture lives at Marian

By J1 Reporter Holly McCutcheon The first thing many Marian girls do when they get home is reach for a snack. Not everyone grabs the same thing though. With all the different ethnic backgrounds, comes so many food cultures here at Marian. Just by taking a look around the cafeteria at lunch or seeing what’s […]

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Time has changed, but have the ways of dating?

By Maggie Churilla Dating is a concept that happens to be very difficult to define. Dating for every individual differs, and quite frankly the term has changed in meaning over time. By definition, dating can be defined as to go out with (someone in who one is romantically interested in), but, does this definition apply […]

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Sophomores participate in No Place for Hate Conference

On October 24, a group of sophomores attended the No Place for Hate Conference (PEW – Promoting Empowerment in Our World) hosted by the Anti-Defamation League of the Plains States. The workshop brought together metro sophomores from different schools, backgrounds, religions, ethnicities, races, and cultures. Students worked in small groups with students from the other […]

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