That Fall Night in 1953 Wayne Downie’s Famous Sports Story

By Allison Ostapowicz Wayne Downie has been working for Marian security since August 1993, yet, his famous sports story finally comes out. Downie attended high school at Omaha Benson and always had a love for football. In 1953, as a new high school freshman, Downie made Benson’s football team. He played as center on offense […]

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Competition in Training: Strength Verses Agility

J1 Sports Story by Samantha Fabian Many different aspects are put into competitive sports, and coaches teach and train those different aspects in different ways. Some coaches may stress one thing over another, but two highly beneficial factors put into training an athlete are strength and agility. According to topendsports.com, agility can be described as […]

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Down in the dumps(ter): the ULTA-mate disaster

Column by elliemulligan Soup (n.): the mixture of rainwater and garbage juices that collect at the bottom of a dumpster. Unless you’re a well-versed dumpster diver, you would be unfamiliar with this term—and up until about two months ago, I was too. If you’re a watcher of niche YouTube videos like myself, you will have […]

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Students support service members on Veterans Day

maddiemingo On the 11th day of the 11th month, Americans set aside time to honor their country’s veterans and commend them for their service. Some showed support through words of gratitude to military family and friends, while others went as far as constructing a banner for eastbound traffic traveling down Ida Street. Marian students, on […]

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