Why a New Grading Scale Will Solve Student’s Problems

Column by J1 Reporter Lucy Drexel  When constantly checking my grades, I feel the stress and anxiety of not seeing a grade that I want to see. Despite ending the semester with grades that I am overall pleased with, there is always the stress of trying to get the one C or D up to […]

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Not your average Karen

Column by J1 Reporter Audrey VanDyke “Don’t waste your food, there are kids around the world that don’t get food.” Many parents use this as a way to shame their children for not eating the meal they received for dinner that night, but for the most part they do nothing to try to change this […]

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Popcorn Ceilings: A Contributing Factor to the Downfall of the Human Race

Column by J1 Reporter Sydney Schroeder Let’s face it, there is no worse feeling than falling asleep and looking up and seeing a highly lumptious and ugly monster. Let’s make this even scarier with two words. Popcorn. Ceiling. Yes! You heard me right. From their ugly lumptious texture, easy to spot discoloration, and probably unsanitary […]

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Does Dunkin’ Coffee Taste Different Every Time?

Column By J1 Reporter Maddie Auman I start every Wednesday by leaving my house and heading to Dunkin’. I open my Dunkin’ app and order a medium iced coffee with French vanilla swirl and skim milk. This is the one thing that I look forward to every Wednesday to get me through the day, but […]

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What’s the Best Way to Eat an Oreo?

Column by J1 Reporter Carli Ahsan To many, there’s only one right way to eat an Oreo. It is a topic that can get extremely heated between Marian girls. Do you split it? Do you dunk it? Do you eat it whole? Don’t choose the wrong one. Personally, I dunk it in milk. It is […]

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