Senior Ashley Stanek overcomes injury

Kayla Gornall Senior Ashley Stanek is a performer at heart. She has been a cheerleader for Marian for the past four years and a Field Day cheerleader for the past three. She also ran track for Marian for three years. Recently, though, her reality in sports and performing has changed. Stanek’s knee gave out while […]

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Snow day decisions effect more than students

Jolie Peal The Omaha metro area glistened with ice and snow as students rejoiced from another snow day announcement. On Feb. 25, Omaha schools announced their fifth snow day this year. Snow days are welcomed by many, students and even some teachers, but too many can cause difficulties as well. In Omaha, the varying districts […]

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Senior Lydia Hogan gives insight to dating in high school

Aileen Zitek Throughout high school, people have many different relationships with friends and family. One relationship that tends to be the center of conversations, is a dating relationship. Senior Lydia Hogan gives insight to her relationship and advice for those who are thinking about committing to a relationship. At an all-girls school it can sometimes […]

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It’s 2019, stop romanticizing Ted Bundy

Maria Piperis I never anticipated I’d live to see the day when Zac Efron, my first childhood crush and pre-teen heartthrob for girls everywhere, would take on the role as prolific serial killer Ted Bundy. But he does just that in director Joe Berlinger’s “Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile,” a gripping new film about […]

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Guns in America: Students share opposing opinions on American gun legislation

Ellie Farner I think we can all agree that the world would be a better place if assault rifles, weapons of mass destruction, hand grenades, and bourbon had never been invented. However, they have and the reality is that trying to stop people from abusing any of the above products is a futile effort. New laws […]

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