Operation Others works to stay safe while serving community

By J1 Reporter Sydney Witkowski  Students all over the world are trying to balance how to stay safe and healthy while still being involved in their community. Operation Others, a club made from students at the eight Catholic schools in Omaha, works to serve families in need around the Omaha area. Operation Others core team… Read More Operation Others works to stay safe while serving community

Balancing it all: clubs struggle with participation, blame over-involvement

(Reprinted from the January Network, p.7) ChiaraWallen Striving for both over-achievement and over-involvement fuels the toxic ideal that in order to be perfect you must be a part of as many clubs, activities and sports as humanly possible. The adoption of this ideal tends to have a plethora of negative effects on both the individual… Read More Balancing it all: clubs struggle with participation, blame over-involvement

Students attend Life Chain to promote pro-life message

ChloeHerbert On Sunday, Oct. 6, six of the 76 members of the Marian Students for Life Club gathered on the sidewalk alongside 70th and Dodge streets to partake in this year’s Life Chain.  “Life Chain is a peaceful pro-life event that is held nationwide. At Life Chain, participants line the streets of their town and… Read More Students attend Life Chain to promote pro-life message

Mock Trial team gets students involved in the Marian community

By Caroline Drew In the fall of 2017, Mr. Chris Dziadus began his first year teaching at Marian High School. Searching for a way to participate in the Marian community, the Prep football coach volunteered to moderate the budding Mock Trial team. “I have never done anything with Mock Trial until last year,” Dziadus said,… Read More Mock Trial team gets students involved in the Marian community