National Merit scholarship program honors Marian students

LilyWeindel The PSAT is administered to high schoolers each year and it initiates the competition for the National Merit Scholarship program. Approximately 1.6 million high schoolers are entered in the contest each year. Registration is automatic through taking the PSAT, which the junior class just took on Oct. 16, which begins their competition, while the […]

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Technology assistance improves with the help of TARs

By J1 Reporter Olivia Ost Technology causes problems. With today’s constant reliance on technology, people are finding it more difficult and stressful to deal with technology issues. Marian students receive an ipad at the beginning of the year and are encouraged to use it for class work and their studies. However, there are some difficulties […]

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Generational differences show similarities, differences between staff, students

By J1 Reporter Cece West Although Marian students and staff can relate to each other in many ways, they have many noticeable generational differences. Whether it comes to their tastes in music or movies, teachers and students have different opinions.  Marian students were born between 2001-2005. Junior Anna Ulferts said, “I liked to go camping.” […]

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Sexual Harassment Policy update aims to protect students, staff

ChloeHerbert In response to a sexual harassment infraction between a former Marian coach and former student in 2013, that was brought to the school’s attention last winter on social media, Marian’s administration said that an update to the school’s sexual harassment policy that reaffirmed student-staff boundaries was necessary. “All of our teachers have to complete […]

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