Staffers try new ethnic cuisine around Omaha: Okra African Grill on 72nd & Pacific

SophiaVirgillito & GraceVirgillito Twin staffers Grace and Sophia Virgillito decided to challenge their taste buds on a new adventure. Coming from an Italian family and a cultural-food-loving dad, we’ve eaten a variety of foods. Our household enjoys a Saturday dinner of Mexican, Italian, Korean, Greek, Thai or Chinese food.  Whether this is going out to […]

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Maddie Clark back in the water

MaryCateTabor On Sept. 24 senior swimmer Maddie Clark was involved in a car accident on State Street, breaking her pelvis, sternum and a few ribs. She was admitted into the hospital for a week, followed by half a week of rehab, putting a pause on her swimming career.  After being in a wheelchair, Clark hit […]

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Dance team keeps school spirits high despite COVID-19 effects

LexiKetcham Dance, unlike many other sports, requires team synchronization, especially in high school dance teams where dancers are trained to look unified. Without every dancer physically in their formation, the whole picture of the routine can look unclear.  This goal met with the obstacles of Zoom and social distancing has made it difficult for the […]

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Bowling rolls into Marian in its first season, makes a strike on the Nebraska sports scene

NatalieCusick It’s the game that has people voluntarily picking up weights, it’s the perfect excuse to eat greasy food, it’s everyone’s favorite family game night outing, and it’s now Nebraska’s newest NSAA competitive sport. Bowling has rolled its way into 32 schools across the state this year, including Marian.  “The schools proposed to have bowling […]

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