Driving: Decide, defend, do what’s safe!

JessicaBrusnahan Teenagers often have a love/hate relationship with driving. Sometimes it’s the only thing that can calm them down when they’re stressed, but it can also be one of the most terrifying things they do. Regardless of how safe a person is, one always has to look out for how other drivers are acting. All […]

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Pandemic changes daily lives of Servants of Mary

LexiKetcham For more than seven months, the day-to-day lives of the Servants of Mary have changed in the ways they do typical things. The continuous spread of COVID-19 has inhibited them from carrying out their favorite activities such as going out to eat, shopping for new clothes or going to their favorite Omaha attractions. However, […]

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Teachers finding their path in the world, sticking to it

SophieStevens Most children start to dream of their future profession from the time they can speak. For most, this dream doesn’t turn into their lifelong passion after the twists and turns life throws at them. Every Marian teacher pursued their career in a different way, some never expecting to end up in the classroom. Some […]

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Students lose hundreds from online shopping scams

JessBrusnahan Buyer’s remorse is the worst, especially when you don’t even get what you paid for. Online scamming is so prevalent nowadays that a person can be cheated out of their money without even knowing it. Sometimes you remember looking at the site, and other times the scam comes out of nowhere.  With the many […]

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An 8 speaks out: Understanding the Enneagram types creates acceptance, love

NatalieCusick We’ve all grown up with the idea that we are on some transient journey to “find ourselves.” We hear about people who venture into the wilderness “off the grid” with no reception for a month and emerge from the woods a new person. This leads most to believe that who we are before this […]

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