The lunatics have taken over the asylum, and now the government

Opinion by QuinnFindley This weekend, I was listening to a song by Fun Boy Three, an 80’s alternative band, called “The Lunatics (Have Taken Over the Asylum).” But the title of this song wasn’t coined by the band, it’s actually a well-known phrase that exposes a situation in which those in authority are incapable of […]

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Freshman Hailey Eriksen works hard to become a future trampoline star

EmilySalzman Sports and extracurricular activities are not unique for a girl attending Marian High School to participate in, whether it be playing for a school team such as cross country or soccer, or participating in sports outside of Marian such as figure skating or, in the case of freshman Hailey Eriksen, being part of a […]

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Future is bright as athletes sign, set sights on future colleges

JessicaBrusnahan For senior high school athletes, it was the day they had been waiting for. They sat at a table, cheered on by teammates, friends, and family, and made one of the biggest decisions of their lives.  On Wednesday, Nov. 11, thousands of high school athletes participated in the fall 2020 National Letter of Intent […]

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Marian as a movie: If the six core values were blockbuster films

GaeaKaan Marian is a magical place. A place where young girls turn into young women and create experiences and friendships that last a lifetime. Going to this school and living through all the Marian traditions we hold so close feels like we’re part of some kind of movie, living through each day like a scene […]

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Maddie Clark back in the water

MaryCateTabor On Sept. 24 senior swimmer Maddie Clark was involved in a car accident on State Street, breaking her pelvis, sternum and a few ribs. She was admitted into the hospital for a week, followed by half a week of rehab, putting a pause on her swimming career.  After being in a wheelchair, Clark hit […]

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