Members of the 2021-22 Network newspaper staff gathered at school on July 17 to get a jump start on the upcoming school year. Every staff member brought an ice cream […]
By Maddie Adam On Monday June 14, seventh and eighth grade girls from schools around Omaha filed into chemistry teacher Mrs. Stacy Tunink’s room to participate in a forensics camp. […]
QuinnFindley Burn is Marian’s literary magazine that showcases creative, original art and writing submitted by students. The magazine comes out once a semester and is made and published by students. […]
by J1 reporters Brianna Dovali & Anne Masek Opportunities to be educated on the topics of race, discrimination, and open-mindedness are more available now than ever. One resource that is […]
By J1 reporter Fiona Gautschi The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reported approximately 1.9 million individuals ages 3-17 have been diagnosed with depression and 4.4 million diagnosed with […]
oung women are raised to be on guard at all times. Girls are encouraged to go to the bathroom in large groups, park in well-lit areas, and avoid getting gas or shopping at night. It’s common to see girls carrying pepper spray on their key chains and wearing modest clothing in public to avoid harassers. Girls even guard their drinks at parties to ensure their safety on a night out. The list of precautions goes on and on.
A new addition in government has given Native Americans across the nation a reason to celebrate. Deb Haaland’s position as the 54th United States Secretary of the Interior allows Native Americans to have greater representation and a valued voice in government. This is truly a historical feat, as Haaland is the first Native American Cabinet Secretary in the history of the United States.
Currently, there are 19 Marian students who fully or partially identify as being of Asian or Pacific Islander descent, according to enrollment statistics. In a world full of hate and bigotry, it is important to be an ally to the Asian community and voice that Asian lives matter.
By J1 reporter Bella Beck With the Class of 2020 graduating this past year, Marian’s upperclassmen have been anticipating hearing about their college experiences. Recently, some members of the graduated […]
By J1 Reporter Marin Krenzer Every year, many novels are adapted for the big screen. Authors watch as their stories are passed between screenwriters, directors, cinematographers, and studio heads. It’s […]
By J1 Reporter Christina Tinley Every day, whining voices complaining about too much homework, insanely hard tests, and crazy class rules bombarded me. They said it was “so unfair” how […]
We’ve all heard the jokes (or even made them) about the clean, yet semi-hospital- looking hallways at Marian. It’s true; the Marian Room does feel like an operating room, and […]
GraceVirgillito As the spring season is approaching and the weather is getting warmer, the clothing style is changing as well. Winter brought us the fashion of leather coats, sweaters, yoga […]
MollyMonahan Through my 18 years of living, I have watched a lot of movies. At an early age, kids are plopped in front of the television for some quick and […]
NatalieCusick The swim and dive team defended their first place title Feb. 25-27 with 16 gold medals in seven different events. They ended the meet 171 points above runner up […]
GaeaKaan On Feb. 18 the competition dance team competed for a state title in Grand Island, Neb. The team placed fifth in the Class A pom category scoring a total […]
On Feb. 23 the Crusaders headed to Lincoln North Star with hopes to win and advance to the District A-4 finals. The Crusaders, led by seniors Celia Hacker, Aryannah Harrison […]
GaeaKaan On Feb. 19 the competition cheerleading team concluded their season by taking home the state runner-up trophy in the Class A traditional category after competing in Grand Island, Neb. […]
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 […]