Harry Potter Club brings Magic to the Halls of Marian

By: J1 Reporter Ariana Ganson Wingardium Leviosa may just be a jumble of words to some but to others it conjures up the images of characters and a world that makes Marian’s hallways look bland. These images led Juniors Hannah Frodyma and Sara Lighthart to re-energize the Harry Potter Club this past year, because the […]

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Saler-KNOWS Tradition: An Insight to a Family’s Christmas Tradition

By J1 Reporter Lydia Larson Tradition. Something that makes a family unite. In the dictionary, “tradition” states, “Transmission of customs or beliefs from generation to generation.” Some traditions are simple and do not have much significance behind them, but some can be elaborate, passed down from generation to generation. These traditions could possibly link back […]

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Sophomores Scooter Through the Halls of Retreat

By J1 Reporter Colleen Sully       Zoooooom…“WELCOME TO RETREAT, WOOHOO” is the first thing the new freshmen hear as they walk into Marian on the rainy morning of Nov. 2. As they watch and hear the shadow crew girls flying by on scooters, chanting and cheering, all fears of retreat start to fade. […]

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Banned Books Create Thought-provoking Readers

By J1Reporter Stevie Salerno The last week of September is anticipated by readers around the world. Banned Book Week brings together both the reading and book community in favor of freedom to express ideas. These books capture readers of all ages and bring forth important lessons and stories that shape people’s minds. If books that […]

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Junior retreat: the simplest but most immersive retreat

By: J1 Reporter Chiara Wallen A day spent serving those less fortunate than yourself can make a bigger difference than can be seen by the naked eye. Every Monday a small group of juniors go to the Open Door Mission (ODM) for their retreat.          Marian has been serving at the ODM […]

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