What’s New with the Blue Brew

By J1 Reporter Samantha Pelan This year several things are different with the Blue Brew. The days, items, and location have been changed for better sales.     The Blue Brew is Marian’s student-run coffee shop. In past years the Blue Brew has been on Friday mornings, but this year it is open on Tuesday and Thursday […]

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Making speech history: Shruthi Kumar’s national victories

By J1 Reporter Callie Cavanaugh Marian’s speech program, like nearly all school activities, fluctuates from year to year.   Similar to any other competitive sport or activity, some years the speech team soars while other years are spent growing.  For Marian speech, last season was most definitely one marked by soaring— especially by one key […]

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Girls for Girls’ tampon drive brings awareness to women’s struggles

JasmineButtler At some point in their lives, every woman experiences the coming of age ritual of getting her first period. Tampons, pads and other menstrual products are essential for every woman. The ability to access these products is as simple as picking them up from the grocery store for many. However, getting these products isn’t […]

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Marian girls have freedom of choice with money

A high schooler’s choice of freedom begins the moment they come into the first day of school. Whether it’s freedom of choice of clothes or independence for classes enrolled, current high school students are generally allowed more independence for making their own choices.   At Marian, students have the choice to decide what to spend their […]

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First baby brings joy into Spanish teacher’s life

By J1 Reporter Molly Smith On Aug. 20, beloved Spanish teacher Mrs. Amanda Pritchard and her husband Jack brought their first child into the world, James William Pritchard, at 11:35 p.m.  “My favorite thing about James is his facial expressions and little sounds,” Pritchard said. “He’s my little buddy.”  For now, Pritchard is soaking in […]

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