Hispanic Heritage Month uplifts traditions

ElleianaGreen Empathy is the ability to walk in someone else’s shoes and attempt to see the world through a different lens. No two people look the same, share the same story, or live the same life, but this doesn’t stop human beings from forming connections. Sept. 15 marked the beginning of National Hispanic Heritage month, […]

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Suicide prevention month promotes awareness and increases support

AshleyJohanek Now is the time to advocate for suicide prevention. Suicide claims more than 48,500 American lives each year making it the tenth leading cause of death according to the CDC. To narrow that even further, between the ages of 15 to 24, it becomes the second leading cause of death globally. Despite the devastating […]

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Bluvas earns scholarships for future as Distinguished Young Woman

FionaGautschi As students spend hours scouring the internet for scholarship opportunities, there are many local and national programs to aid in covering costs for education. Senior Abigail Bluvas was able to earn scholarships and learn valuable skills through the Distinguished Young Women Program. Bluvas initially found out about the program through her friend Hanna Pohlman […]

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Money, Crypto, and You

ElizaTurco Cash really is worthless. The federal reserve estimates every $1 bill costs only 6.2 cents to print. A briefcase full of 100k, like in the movies, would only have $6,200 worth of linen. And if you tore it up, even a little, you’d have nothing. Yet, if that briefcase contained a stainless steel frame […]

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Students to kick off this year ‘Footloose’ style

KenzieDarrow The new school year typically starts off with auditions for the fall musical. This year Marian will be putting on the production “Footloose”. Marian performed “Footloose” in the fall of 2011. The musical is based on the 1984 movie starring Kevin Bacon and Lori Singer and the remake that was released in 2011 starring […]

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