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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Cultural appropriation is the scariest costume

Commentary by MakDarrow When it comes to choosing a Halloween costume there are many different options and genres. Yet many continue to appropriate cultures, devalue societal issues and disregard past trauma as well. It is important to note the difference between appreciation versus appropriation to create and contribute to a more welcoming and inclusive society. […]

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Tensions within Greek Life influence college decisions

ElleianaGreen You made it. Outlasting the rounds of recruitment, you’re proud to meet the people you’ll call family for the next four years. In a crowded field surrounded by bright and hopeful faces, you finally don’t feel alone. You’ve found a home, and definitely your future bridesmaids. After all of your difficult decisions in your […]

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IncluCity intensifies diversity appreciation among 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 currently offered for education about these topics is the program IncluCity.   IncluCity is a camp where students are encouraged to have conversations regarding race, gender, […]

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Therapist Faithe Patrick helps students navigate their mental health

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 anxiety. The severity shown of this statistic is shown by the many Marian girls who face these and other mental health issues.  To help girls […]

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