Marian wrestling camp finds balance between competition, community

CeciUrbanski Many would think the most important part of wrestling is taking down your opponent. However, sometimes it’s more about lifting them up. This June, Marian hosted its very first wrestling camp. Renowned women’s wrestling coach and 2008 Olympic bronze medalist Randi Miller coached the camp alongside Marian Coach Lauren Barefoot. Middle and high school… Read More Marian wrestling camp finds balance between competition, community

Fireworks: ‘Easy on the eyes, but not on the conscience’

Opinion by CeciUrbanski The United States spends more money on fireworks than any other country in the world. At around $2.3 billion a year, American consumers spend more money on fireworks than China, the very country who invented them. In fact, in 2014 China put a near complete ban on fireworks after 2200 years of… Read More Fireworks: ‘Easy on the eyes, but not on the conscience’

Students Miss Out on the Most Iconic Part of WAT

By JI Reporter Ceci Urbanski Weeks upon weeks of asking for donations, selling homemade cupcakes, and digging through couch cushions for spare change all lead up to the pinnacle of Walk-A-Thon (WAT) where all of Marian unites and walks together as a school celebrating with a huge foam bash…but senior Lucy Drexel was one out… Read More Students Miss Out on the Most Iconic Part of WAT