New paras enjoy atmosphere

RyleeGregg Miss Lindsey Decker ’14 began working at Marian at the beginning of October to supervise classrooms when teachers are gone. “My job basically entails watching over students and making sure they are on task and being productive,” Decker said. She also watches over three Mandarin classes as the students are taught via Zoom. “A […]

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Mrs. Denise Eoriatti officially joins community

SophieStevens Everyone has seen her, but many aren’t aware of all she does for Marian. COVID-19 has created challenges and changes for every person in the school system, but for Mrs. Denise Eoriatti, these challenges have led her to explore new roles in the Marian community. Eoriatti takes part in helping around the kitchen and […]

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Aby Acevedo receives full scholarship to Notre Dame, inspires others

AnnaDailey With a 17 percent acceptance rate, getting into Notre Dame is near impossible without a lot of perseverance and hard work. Senior Aby Acevedo has utilized these qualities to not only get admitted to Notre Dame, but she has been awarded a full ride scholarship.  President Mary Higgins first met Acevedo while preparing for […]

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COVID-19 vaccine finally set to be distributed, but when?

GaeaKaan Recent development of a COVID-19 vaccine has brought about the debate regarding its distribution. Millions of individuals around the country are re-entering society, getting back to work and attending school while COVID-19 cases continue to skyrocket, thus making the need for a vaccine all the more evident. However, the matter of when children, teens, […]

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