What’s a school to do?

Lily Blake Juuls, e-cigs, cig-a-likes, vapes. Regardless of the lingo you choose to use, the underage usage of electronic smoking devices is an epidemic plaguing the lives of teenagers all across the country. Marian unfortunately is not immune to this outbreak in teenage rebellion. In order to try and stop this problem within our halls, […]

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Leather boots and biology: Mrs. Brock rides on

By J1 Reporter Bella Syslo  Trading out a white lab coat for a black leather jacket is nothing more than routine for her.  She grips the handles of the bike, revs her engine and screeches to a stop at the red light outside of 72nd and Military. You glance over to her, eyeing her pristinely […]

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Proposed bikini bar affects safety of student

by J1 Reporter Maggie Peklo Neighbors are fighting to preserve kids’ innocence and even their lives. Teachers are fighting to keep a safe environment and mold confident, independent leaders. Their opponent is the potential bikini bar named Kandi’s, formerly Candyland, opening on the Southwest corner of 72nd and Blondo. With this establishment being less than three […]

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