StaffEditorial With the release of the Netflix series Dahmer, one thing has become apparently clear: American culture has become fascinated with death. There are podcasts, TV shows, YouTube channels and websites dedicated completely to true crime. So how has actual crime become a form of entertainment? The internet and generational events are to blame because… Read More Is pop culture breeding fascination with murder?
ElleianaGreen & AnnaRasgorshek Dear Marian community,When first tasked with carrying on the traditions of Marian’s newspaper, we were overwhelmed. Seeing the work of students before us and the platform they had created for aspiring journalists was intimidating. This past year we have grown closer as a team and have learned skills we will use for… Read More A letter from the editors: support from community inspires creativity
Staff Editorial Is Marian predominantly liberal, or is the liberal viewpoint more socially acceptable in this facility? In these past two years of high political tension, students have become more divided, with liberal viewpoints seemingly being the most dominant. But not everyone has the same opinions. Some liberal students feel that they cannot confidently express… Read More It’s not liberal versus conservative: finding common ground
Staff Editorial Stress is a common part of life for most high school students. From grades to activities, not to mention jobs and college applications for seniors, we have a lot on our plates to juggle. Often, all we can do is pray it doesn’t come tumbling down. The only positive thing that our staff… Read More Marian students manage increasing levels of stress
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… Read More Don’t be insensitive at possibility of war