Young alumnae divulge memories, reasons why they returned to work at Marian

by ElizaTurco Senioritis is spreading like wildfire through the Class of 2022. Weeks of AP U.S. Government notes are being saved for the night before the test. Ankle socks are shrinking into uniform-prohibited no-shows. As early action decisions roll in, seniors can’t wait to leave.  So, what’s the deal with returning alums? Haven’t they had […]

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Local Omaha gem, Lisa’s Radial Cafe, exceeds expectations

Review by CarliAhsan Lisa’s Radial Cafe, a quaint breakfast cafe, is located on the corner of 40th and Cuming. Open from 6 a.m.- 2 p.m. on weekdays and 7 a.m. – 2 p.m. on weekends, Lisa’s is the perfect brunch spot. The cafe is next door to Sweet Magnolia’s Bake Shop, a great place to […]

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Psychopathic characters rule Gen-z media

LivBirnstihl Hollywood has always had a way with making viewers fall in love with the most dislikable characters. From Loki in the Marvel universe to Tate Langdon in American Horror Story, television writers are blurring the lines between heroes and villains. The newest method of allowing the “villain” to narrate portions of the show has […]

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Sophomore family comes together to celebrate Kwanzaa

EliseMoulton Kwanzaa is an annual celebration of African American history and coming together as a community as brothers and sisters. Kwanzaa became a cultural tradition after the Watts Riots in Los Angeles, California in 1965. Dr. Maulana Karenga, a professor of Black Studies at California State University, created Kwanzaa after witnessing the disheartening violence in […]

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Makeup is for self expression, not first impressions

ClareDegan “Wow, my boyfriend is really going to appreciate this extra line of highlighter on my cheekbone,” said no one ever. The stigma of doing makeup to impress other people has always been around, and it heavily affected me as I began doing makeup at a relatively young age. I felt uncomfortable wearing makeup outside […]

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