Five five-star books to read this Christmas Break

Reviews by MaggiePeklo “Six of Crows” by Leigh Bardugo (Fantasy) This book is for those who love supporting the antagonists and enjoy bloody heists. Leigh Bardugo wonderfully crafts a story about six misfits from the fictional city of Ketterdam. The leader of their gang is hired by a rich politician in order to kidnap a […]

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Shining light on trap shooting, its importance to the Marian community

AlidaFarrens Accuracy, speed and concentration are just a few skills necessary in order to be a successful trap shooter. Trap shooting has become an excellent way for Marian students to meet girls who share a common interest: shooting shotguns.  For junior Grace Walsh, shooting guns and going turkey hunting are regular activities she does with […]

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Inclusivity opportunity broadens students’ perspectives

AkerAjak For the first time at Marian, seven students were given the opportunity to go on a four day retreat called IncluCity.    Junior Lauren Harris, one of the students selected, said, “It was a life-changing experience. It changed my whole perspective on what diversity really is.”  The camp was held at Carol Joy Holling […]

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‘Now more than ever, journalism matters’

ChiaraWallen For many, waking up at 4 a.m. to go to the airport is a drag. However, for a few newspaper and yearbook staffers, waking up at 4 a.m. to head to the airport was something they’d been looking forward to for nearly three months. That is mostly because of their destination: Washington D.C. The […]

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UNL’s Black Symposium helps future leaders

ArinanaGanson Almost everyone pictures themselves in a future they are proud of. It’s easy to imagine yourself in a position if the person holding it mirrors your image, but for others it may be hard to find someone that resembles them in their dream job. The UNL Black Diversity Leadership Symposium set out to conquer […]

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