Service experience in the Dominican Republic helps students bond

ClareDegan Annually, students are given the opportunity to serve communities in the Dominican Republic. Beginning at Marian in 2007, this service opportunity is through the Institution for Latin America Concern (ILAC) program at Creighton University, and students stay each night at the ILAC Center in Santiago, DR. The 12-day trip allows them to immerse in […]

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Students take an opportunity to dive into culture

AshleyJohanek This summer, students will travel to France and Spain for a 10-day trip full of culture immersion and new places to see. In February 2021, current sophomores and juniors signed up for the trip that will run May 30 to June 8. Social studies teacher Mrs. Katy Salzman was surprised when all slots were […]

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Diet culture, the predator that’s hiding in New Year’s resolutions

JordanMoser The New Year. A time for fresh starts, personal growth and of course, resolutions. New Year’s resolutions revolve around looking back at the previous year and seeing where you could improve. For some, that’s trying to not procrastinate, drink more water or to not drink as much Dr. Pepper (yes, I said it). For […]

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Psychology plays into New Year’s resolutions

ElizabethMonzu A resolution that is just put together on the spot, on the day of New Year’s will most likely fail. A resolution that is met needs to be specific, realistic, and thought through. One way to make a resolution happen is to write it down because it increases the likelihood of you meeting that resolution […]

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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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