Toxic feminity dresses women to uphold sexism, limits future potential

NatalieCusick The words “toxic masculinity” spark a list of movie characters, male celebrities and situations in most people’s minds. Your thoughts may run to Jacob Elordi’s character Nate in “Euphoria” or your older brother who laughs every time you cry. As a girl, I can name an effect or example of toxic masculinity without much […]

Read More

Marian students manage increasing levels of stress

Staff Editorial Stress is a common part of life for most high school students. From grades to activities, not to mention jobs and college applications for seniors, we have a lot on our plates to juggle. Often, all we can do is pray it doesn’t come tumbling down. The only positive thing that our staff […]

Read More

I miss the dinner table

Commentary by NaomiDelkamiller Right now, our generation is being faced with conversation topics that even adults struggle with. The events of 2020 have sparked intense civil discourse about public health, race and politics (among other things). Hard topics are rarely talked about anymore, but when they are, the conversation is not taken as seriously.  Mrs. […]

Read More

Divided districts segregate Omaha, decrease opportunities, experiences

GaeaKaan Nearly 72 percent of Americans end up staying in or near the city they grew up in, meaning around 480 girls currently attending Marian will theoretically end up settling in Omaha. However, not only does our city matter, but the location within the city where we grow up matters, too. The cultural environment throughout […]

Read More

Marian celebrates National Hispanic American Heritage Month

NatalieCusick Sept. 15 to Oct. 15 is National Hispanic American Heritage Month. This month is a time for everyone to be educated on and celebrate Hispanic and Latino Americans.  According to hispanicheritagemonth.gov, Hispanic refers to someone from a Spanish-speaking country, and Latino,  Latina and Latinx all refer to someone who is from a country in […]

Read More