Virtual College Visits: The New Reality

By J1 Reporter Jordan Moser    A college visit can make or break a high school student’s decision on whether or not they apply to attend. A visit allows a student to get a feel for the environment, ask questions, and decide if it’s where they want to be for the next four years. So what […]

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The Outbreak of a New Model

By J1 Reporter Ashley Johanek COVID-19 cases rising. Students and teachers finally got used to the hybrid. As Marian High School Principal Mrs. Susie Sullivan observes the Marian community, she wonders if going back full time was the best option.  “We have been keeping a very close eye on what’s happening in other schools, and […]

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Show Choir Girls ‘Don’t Worry ‘Bout a Thing’ in COVID

By J1 reporter Avery Kinnison  You are standing on a stage facing a roaring audience. The spotlight shines down on you as you perform a perfectly synchronized song and dance. Marian’s show choir, Momentum, has been performing on stage since 2015.  However, this year has been quite different for the show choir team.  With the […]

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How Volleyball and Softball Have Overcome COVID-19

By J1 Reporter Brianna Dovali Over the past eight months, the sports world has been drastically changed. Not only have college and professional sports been affected, but sports here at Marian have faced the challenges COVID-19 has brought. Near the end of the season, softball and volleyball had a hard time dealing with COVID cases […]

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Freshman Stella Miner Sets State Cross Country Record

By J1 Reporter Elleiana Green Overwhelmed with uncertainty and fear, freshman Stella Miner joined Marian’s Cross Country team midway through the summer looking for an opportunity to make friends 1,400 miles away from her home in Princeton, New Jersey. Little did Miner know at the time, joining the team was just the beginning of her […]

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