By J1 Reporter Ellie Cusick On Sept. 24, Marian students walk in the halls hearing murmurs of hope, fear, and uncertainty from their classmates. It is the day of Walk-A-Thon. This day marks the results of four weeks worth of hard work. Marian holds a school-wide fundraising event where each grade competes to not… Read More Classes go Above and Beyond, Ensuring Successful Bake Sales
By J1 Reporters Gigi Salerno and Grace Woodard The 2020 Walk-A-Thon made history; not only did it occur during a pandemic, but it was also the first year since at least 1994 without bake sales. Walk-A-Thon is a tradition at Marian in which the school raises money through donations and fundraisers that contributes to tuition… Read More WAT?! No Bake Sales?
By J1 Reporter Lily Dugan When a person hears the word, “bake sale” a normal thought would be of brownies and cookies, but not at Marian. Over the years the bake sale goodies have become crazier and crazier. With the increase of the competitive attitude during Walk-A-Thon (WAT), comes an increase for new items in… Read More Impact of weird wacky bake sale items
By J1 reporter Maria Alessandro When it comes to numbers, Marian’s Math Club members are quite the enthusiasts. Throughout the year, Math Club has had numerous meetings where they do fun number games, pretest for Mathlete events, and other topics to make math as fun as it can be. Numbers may not seem very… Read More Math Club members celebrate Pi while helping others