Esprit de Corps; an unofficial core value that must be kept alive

NaomiDelkamiller On the first page of the 1959 yearbook, the Marian Class of 1955 wrote a dedication to Marian’s first principal, Sister Mary Marcella Sitzman. The class described her as gracious, loyal, friendly, and thanked her for her devotion to Marian. They even credited her for bringing the term “Esprit de Corps” into Marian’s vocabulary.  […]

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A world without Big Ten sports is not for me

CourtneyThompson It was an outrage. As a Nebraskan, I was already set up for a life of at least semi-boredom. As a Nebraskan in a pandemic, I was at even more of a disadvantage. As a Nebraskan in a pandemic, without the potential of Husker Football, I was not only bored; I was furious. Football […]

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Public School Pandemic Obstacles

GaeaKaan The recent events regarding COVID-19 have caused mass confusion in regards to many daily activities such as jobs, trips to the grocery store, and school. Due to the privileges that are present within a private school setting, such as the use of technology, online school has become an efficient and safe way to maintain […]

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Don’t be insensitive at possibility of war

Staff Editorial As international news stories surrounded America’s disputes with Iran in mid-January, American teenagers were presented with the possibility of war for the very first time. However, from the lens of social media, teens held an extreme insensitivity towards the situation.  Jokes about women getting drafted went viral on Twitter. The odd part was […]

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A girl of their dreams, but not in reality

Opinion by ArianaGanson Everyone has a different outlook on someone, whether it’s a reflection of their present or past self. People tend to use their own emotions and outlooks to stereotype someone, and place them in their life where they seem to fit. This idea relates back to the term “Manic Pixie Dream Girl,” which […]

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