Meet Marian’s newest college athletes

Jessica Brusnahan is swimming at Lindenwood. “When I started looking at schools after deciding I wanted to swim, I wasn’t sure how close to home. I wanted to try to be close enough that I could come home on the weekends if I wanted. Lindenwood was the second of the three schools I visited, and truly […]

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The reality of women reffing men’s sports

CourtneyThompson On Super Bowl Sunday, many were shocked to see a woman on the field. She might not have been wearing Chiefs or Buccaneers colors, but she was in uniform along with the players, working as hard as they were. Mrs. Sarah Thomas became the first full-time, female NFL referee in 2015, made history yet […]

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Field Day back in action

By J1 Reporter Clare Degan Brush off your Keds and practice tying your hair in French braids because Field Day is approaching for the first time since 2019. Field Day is an enormous tradition dating back to 1957. For years, students have showcased their school spirit and creativity through the different committees and activities. Field […]

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Spring sports: soccer, tennis, track and field kick off

MaryCateTabor Anticipation is rising as winter sports have come to an end and the spring sports season is beginning. After the cancellation of all spring sport activities in 2020, teams are excited to get back into the swing of things. Although this past year has been faced with many challenges, athletes and coaches are eager […]

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Tucker’s return excitement to students

AnnaDailey & AnnaKidder Surprise Day has brought the joy of dogs in recent years, but now students can see a dog no matter what day it is. Last year, English teacher Mrs. Alee Cotton’s therapy dog, Tucker, joined the halls of Marian. Due to the uncertainty of the pandemic, Tucker was unable to return during […]

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