Softball strikes again

By Daisy Owen Katie Palmer ’20 gets caught in a pickle by the opposing team’s shortstop player during the State Tournament. The Crusaders placed 5th overall. Megan Lawson ’20 slides home after her teammate hit a double. It was a close call, but the umpire ruled Lawson “safe” and she scored a vital point. Abby […]

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Corruption of Big Pharma causes concern of insulin prices for diabetics

LibbySchimonitz On average, it is estimated to cost between $2.28 and $3.42 to make one bottle of insulin, according to Business Insider. Now, remember that bottle. Think of it running down a chain of people until it finally gets to the shelf of a pharmacy, and eventually into the customer’s hands. That same vial, filled […]

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Creighton practicum student brings new perspective

SarahCronin Someone new has been attending theology teacher Mr. Kory Delkamiller’s classes. Marian welcomes Ms. Katie Zendejas, a practicum student studying under Delkamiller. She is a senior at Creighton University, studying to get her teaching degree. Zendejas is originally from Phoenix, Arizona. “I’ve definitely had to get used to the snow,” Zendejas laughed. “But I […]

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Girls do good deeds: Lawler shares generosity, books

AlidaFarrens Marian girls are known for doing amazing acts of kindness, but there are few students who go above and beyond typical service work. Freshman Colette Lawler and her family are a perfect example of how to perform impactful acts of kindness in your own backyard.  Lawler grew up on a farm in Maryland where […]

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