Basketball team rises to the top, begins journey of success

By J1 Reporter Anna Feldman The squeak of the ball cart rings through the dark empty gym. The overhead lights flicker until they illuminate the shiny hardwood floor. A single bounce echoes from baseline to baseline. The door swings open and the players flood the gym. It is the start of basketball season. Tryouts occurred […]

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Marian Marches to Washington for Prolife Cause

By J1 Reporter Olivia Holloway Marian students will be partaking in the March for Life pilgrimage to D.C. this year for the second time as a school- sponsored group. Last year eight girls attended the trip, and this year Marian will be taking an entire bus of 43 Marian students. The dates for the trip […]

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Marian art teacher inspires future Marian girls

by J1 Reporter Nora Fitzsimmons      One can find Marian girls hunched over pottery wheels or meticulously shading self portraits in Room 309 during the school day, but on Monday nights and summer days, Marian art teacher Ashley Bauer uses the room to ignite a much simpler form of creativity in young girls.   […]

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Pop vs soda: the great debate lives on

by J1 Reporter Dianna Sledge       It’s a sweltering summer day and a Marian girl has just gotten out of the pool. She walks over to her friend and says, “Hey, do you want a soda?”       The friend slowly raises her head with slightly narrowed eyes.      “Don’t you […]

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The coffee conundrum at Marian… choosing sides

By J1 Reporter Maggie Timmerman Coffee could be considered one of the most talked about things at Marian. Whether girls are talking about how much they love it, how much they hate it, or why it can’t be brought into the hallways and classrooms, coffee is almost all you hear about. People like and dislike […]

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