Single-gender education: Marian girls and Prep boys should just stay put

Commentary by MelinaPiperis It was just before dismissal when I stepped into Creighton Prep, gripping my laptop to prove I had reason to be there. Arriving after a long day at Marian, the overload of testosterone came as a shock. As I waited anxiously for my interviewee to arrive, the afternoon bell rang and the… Read More Single-gender education: Marian girls and Prep boys should just stay put

The Evolution of Surprise Day: Tradition evolves year by year

ClareDegan Surprise Day is a day where students and faculty are surprised with a half-day of fun during the second semester of the school year. Planned entirely by the Student Board, it is an opportunity for students to kick back and eliminate stress from their busy schedules. Very few students and faculty know exactly when… Read More The Evolution of Surprise Day: Tradition evolves year by year

Inspirational Influences: Journalism I feature magazine recognizes those who make a difference

Journalism I students chose a person who inspires them. Ideally it was NOT a family member, but some juniors convinced the adviser that the story was worth sharing! The sources range from current students to elderly neighbors and grade school teachers to current coaches. Browse the pages and stop and read any that catch your… Read More Inspirational Influences: Journalism I feature magazine recognizes those who make a difference

A cruel world: The truth behind animal testing and being cruelty-free

MakDarrow Government action  Passed in 1966, the Animal Welfare Act (AWA) was the first federal law in the United States that regulates the treatment of animals in research, exhibition, transport and by dealers. However, the law still fails to cover over 99% of animals tested upon today, despite being amended 8 times in the past… Read More A cruel world: The truth behind animal testing and being cruelty-free

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