Blue Ribbon Award validates staff, student efforts

RyleeGregg The day Principal Sullivan came on the announcements blaring the Husker Football tunnel walk song, the entire school sat in confusion. She went on to announce that Marian won, for the third time, one of the highest honors possible for a high school. And it’s arguably a bigger deal than a Husker Football win. […]

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Career paths have clear start in school curriculum

MaddieGenoways When little kids dream about their future, they dream big: astronaut, musician, doctor, maybe even president. Their ambitions are inspiring, yet when they grow up, they are often told their dreams may be too far out of reach and are guided down a more realistic job path.  However, Marian is encouraging students to embrace […]

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Vaping deaths disappear from news, serious repercussions still exist

CourtneyThompson Before the pandemic, vaping hospitalizations and even deaths, spread across the news like wildfire. According to the CDC, every U.S. state had at least one case of lung damage from vaping between 2019 and 2020, with a hospitalization count of 2,807 people. The reported death toll ended up being a much smaller number, 68 […]

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How the 2020 election impacts teens, even if unable to vote

NaomiDelkamiller Right now our halls are filled with plaid skirts and respect, but some- day each of us will find ourselves in an environment where that layer of safety and protection is gone. Government teacher Mrs. Jillian Roger will no longer be there playing “devil’s advocate” to balance the conversation, and Mrs. Amy McLeay won’t […]

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