Are you going to Greece this summer? A guide to respectful tourism

Opinion by MelinaPiperis The sun is shining, the birds are chirping, and you’ve officially completed another year of high school! After nine months of early mornings and endless assignments, it’s time to relax and unwind. What better way is there to celebrate the end of a school year than a change of scenery? Book your […]

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To Buy or Not to buy? Prom dresses help make lasting memories

By J1 reporter Natalie Bullock Every little girl dreams of growing up and getting to dress up with their friends for prom. This year is no exception as the majority of Marian girls have already purchased their dress for the May 7 event. As soon as Christmas break ended, girls start planning and and searching […]

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Surprise! Surprise Day came late

By J1 reporter Elissa Eisele The thrill of your whole class running down the hallway. The rush of endorphins as you take your first bite of cotton candy. The anticipation that surrounds the day’s upcoming events. It’s no secret that every Marian student looks forward to the second semester for one specific reason: Surprise Day. […]

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A day off could pay off: The benefits of switching to four day school weeks

Opinion by AshleyJohanek You get to Friday and all you can think about is the ride home. You are exhausted, overworked, and your mind is elsewhere. I’m the same way. I cannot get through five days without imagining how I will feel at 3 on a Friday.  Fellow sophomores and freshmen, you may not have […]

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Solidarity for sale: Big business makes oppression a profit

NetworkStaffEditorial It’s all for the cause, right? That’s what we consumers are led to believe as we buy the tenth item with a BLM fist plastered on the front. But the hard truth is, many of these types of merchandise are sold to boost the image of big businesses and diminish the meaning of the […]

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