Native American Heritage Month reclaims its roots

By TylerRaikar November was the month of celebrating Native American heritage, and on Nov. 18, Project Beacon Coordinator of NUIHC (Nebraska Urban Indian Health Coalition) Lestina Saul-Merdassi shared the authenticity and beauties of Native American culture in the cafeteria.  This took place during the Doughnuts for Diversity meeting, which aspired to educate all students on… Read More Native American Heritage Month reclaims its roots

Counselor uses experiences to prepare immigrant women for future success

By MaggieMorris For many people in the United States, English is their first language, the language they grow up understanding and learning. Those who speak English often take for granted the ability to communicate with those around them as well as being understood. Many people who immigrate from foreign countries only know how to speak… Read More Counselor uses experiences to prepare immigrant women for future success

Senior Elizabeth Foreman explains madness behind unique sleep schedule

By HannahCusick Parents, guardians and concerned adults, it’s time to accept the unfortunate reality of our world; no matter how many times the phrase “the early bird gets the worm” is repeated, your teenager will continue to live their nocturnal lifestyle. Grouchy attitudes and death stares at 6:30 a.m. from night owls will continue to… Read More Senior Elizabeth Foreman explains madness behind unique sleep schedule

Amaya McLaren represents women’s wrestling community by competing outside of Marian

By MalloryConnealy Women’s wrestling was officially sanctioned as an Olympic sport in 2004. It was available to female high school students in some states starting in 2011. It was introduced to Marian athletics one year ago, in the winter of 2021 as an official NSAA sanctioned sport. The sport gained the interest and attention of… Read More Amaya McLaren represents women’s wrestling community by competing outside of Marian