Tariffs and soybeans: a Nebraska farmer’s worst nightmare

Lily Blake Trade influences everything. The computers you type on, the cars you drive, the food you eat and more. In April 2018, President Trump released a list of more than 1,000 Chinese products that he planned to put tariffs on to punish China for restricting U.S. investment valuing. These tariffs are valued at over […]

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Fomo no mo mo because I went to Yoshitomo

Kayla Gornall Like other sushi restaurants, Yoshitomo gave me strong mermaid vibes. The decor was on point with warm lights, which were connected with rope. This decor gave me the vibe of a sailboat—a quaint and inviting sailboat. Catering to the oceany experience, I first ordered a seaweed salad, which costs $5. This salad came […]

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‘The Plague’ won’t get these players down

Emma Williams With another season over half-way over, Marian’s Varsity basketball team is continuing to put in full effort, despite the injuries and illnesses that may threaten their motivation. Senior Mia McGrath said, “I really want to be a part of the team that is part of the comeback for Marian basketball history; it really […]

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Running into the new season

Aileen Zitek Spring will be here before you know it, which means spring sports are soon to be in full force. As one of the most heavily participated sports at Marian, track and field represents a large portion of the Marian student body. Track and field includes a variety of events such as short and […]

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