By EllaPlank The new Ambassador Program, previously known as the Recruitment Team, will provide future Marian girls an idea of how students at Marian feel a sense of home while being at school. In the past, students had to answer a few simple questions in order to host a visitor at Marian. Now there is… Read More Ambassador program: A new future for Marian recruitment
Opinion by MeganSchneider For the first time in Marian’s history, a morning school bus system has been established in collaboration with Creighton Prep to give girls an alternative to driving themselves to school every day. Once upon a time at Marian, there was a small fleet of white vans and sweet grandpa-type drivers that picked… Read More Bussing brings new opportunities to students
By NoraCorrigan The Servants of Mary have been established since 1871, with early beginnings tracing back to France. According to the Servants of Mary website, the Servites’ mission around the world is to “manifest God’s compassionate presence in the spirit of Mary.” They are called to act justly and treat others with compassion, just as… Read More Servant of Mary pursues compassion over decades of hate
More than 16,000 children each year are diagnosed with pediatric cancer, and one in five children do not survive their fight, according to cancer.gov. Pediatric cancer is one of the most under-funded areas of research regarding cancer. Lolo’s Angel’s is a non-profit organization that strives to fundraise money, raise awareness, and hold blood, bone marrow, and toy drives… Read More New Lolo’s Angels president, senior Aya Khayati leads awareness rally
Opinion By HannahCusick Throughout the years, the importance of senior photos has grown, along with its expenses. This senior tradition seems like a great way to remember your last year as mom’s “sweet little girl” before becoming an adult, but they’re not worth it. Depending on the quality of photos and the photographer’s experience, senior… Read More Senior photos: Way to capture memories, or waste of money?