Column by J1 Reporter Meredith Britson Meredith’s Musings Early mornings make me unproductive. I am not a morning person. In fact, if I have to wake up before 7:30, then I am grouchy and unpleasant to anyone and everyone. The worst part of my day is the moment my alarm goes off routinely at 6:20.… Read More Early mornings decrease productivity
Column By J1 Reporter Ellie Peter Almost every single little girl has looked at her young stomach in the mirror and cried. From a young age, we know what we should be. Skinny. Or so society says, and tough luck if you’re not. The first time I ever felt insecure was when… Read More Mama, Am I Ugly?
By J1 Reporter Meredith Britson Every day, Marian’s well-loved PE teachers inspire athletes wanting to continue their athletic career in college. Mrs. Beth Dye, PE teacher and Student Board moderator, played multiple college sports. Her impressive athletic career motivates future high school athletes to continue playing. The 20+ sports offered in colleges give opportunities for… Read More Marian’s PE teachers inspire future college athletes
Column by J1 Reporter Reagan Graeve Every winter night when I go to bed I hope I wake up to a snow day. The pile of my blankets encases me in the warmth of my bed. My mother sneaks in. I can see a stream of light peak through the door with my tired half-open… Read More Snow Brings Joy to the World
Opinion by MeganBartness Think about how many movies and TV shows you watch in a year, then think about how many of the main characters you see are women. While a TV show or movie can have women starring in them, women are not always portrayed as they should be. For example, in the Marvel… Read More Bodies, Brains and Broadcasting: How the media is over sexualizing women