Students Face Challenges of Online Learning

By J1 Reporter Fiona Gautschi Until 2020, the terms “remote learning,” and “school all online,” were foreign terms for most people. When the COVID-19 pandemic hit, these terms soon became part of a lot of students and parents’ vocabulary across the country.  After the 2019-2020 school year ended with online learning, there was talk about […]

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What Women’s Rights Means to Marian Girls

By J1 Reporter Lucy Drexel  More than 100 years ago, fierce and determined young women wanted to see a change in how they were being treated. They wanted to be able to vote and get better pay than what they were getting. These women paved the way for women’s rights today.  These protests and the […]

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Why do Apps get blocked and why did Among Us get blocked?

By J1 reporter Lauren Montague  Marian girls love their apps. This makes the discovery of apps being blocked even more heartbreaking. The most recent app to come to an untimely death for Marian students was Among Us.  Among Us took the Marian community by storm early this school year. It is an online multiplayer social […]

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Marian Through the Eyes of the Monahans

By J1 Reporter Bridget McGill There have been many legacies at Marian High School throughout the years. However, the Monahan family legacy may be one of the longest there is. With 22 Marian girls in 50 years, the daughters and granddaughters of Dick and JoAnn Monahan have been attending Marian since 1971. Karen (Monahan) O’Connor […]

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Past, Present, and Future of Marian Field Day Come Together in Tradition

By J1 Reporter Bella Beck It’s April of 1992. You and your friends are walking down your class hall while other students are decorating the walls with the nominated Field Day class theme. Some are running to get supplies, others are practicing their hearts out to their demonstration songs. It’s chaos, but spirited. It’s Marian […]

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