Operation Christmas Child drive brings light to those in darkness

By MaggieMorris Christmas. A long awaited time of year that many people spend watching movies, baking cookies, sipping hot cocoa and exchanging gifts. Christmas can be an exciting and joyful time for many. For some, however, this holiday is not so easy.  Many people are not given the luxuries of being able to relax in… Read More Operation Christmas Child drive brings light to those in darkness

Intramural Sports program brings new athletic opportunities to students

By MeghanBartness Campus intramural and recreational programs provide an opportunity for voluntary participation and competition among members of the same university, and also for occasional competition between intramural groups at other universities. Because participation is voluntary and open to all, intramural activities allow all students to experience the positive outcomes normally reserved for varsity athletes. … Read More Intramural Sports program brings new athletic opportunities to students

Marian student feels the impact of Hurricane Ian

By NoraCorrigan In early October, Hurricane Ian, a Category 4 storm, made landfall in Florida. It wreaked havoc in the Caribbean in the previous weeks before hitting the mainland United States, leaving extensive destruction for millions of people. The New York Times estimates about 100 people have died, more than 500,000 businesses and homes have… Read More Marian student feels the impact of Hurricane Ian