Hispanic Heritage Month uplifts traditions

ElleianaGreen Empathy is the ability to walk in someone else’s shoes and attempt to see the world through a different lens. No two people look the same, share the same story, or live the same life, but this doesn’t stop human beings from forming connections. Sept. 15 marked the beginning of National Hispanic Heritage month, […]

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Regulations Won’t Stop People From Helping

By J1 Reporter Bailey Kollasch The need for volunteers has never been more important than it has been this year, but the restrictions on popular volunteer sites because of COVID-19 complicates the matter. Particularly for the National Honor Society (NHS) candidates who had yet to fulfill their volunteer requirement of 15 hours for a single […]

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Omaha Catholic school community continues morning prayer

By J1 Reporter Molly Smith Every single day, the Marian staff and students stand together as a community to lift their hearts in prayer. When schools were ordered to close, the Campus Ministry team knew that they “wanted to keep the morning prayer in place to start Marian’s school day,” said Mrs. Anna Kolterman, the […]

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Flooding in Nebraska: impacting local lives a year later

ChloeHerbert Ruining 27 state bridges, approximately 200 miles of pavement and creating more than $1 billion in damages, according to the US Department of Transportation, the Nebraska flood of 2019 became the worst natural disaster in the state’s history. Its impact was astronomical as the Missouri, Elkhorn and Platte Rivers destroyed thousands of homes, farms […]

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Students eligible to vote in election

OliviaSullivan The upcoming election on Nov. 3, 2020 will be the first election current Marian students will be eligible to vote. It is also a presidential election.       “Absolutely it’s important to vote. Your first election is the one where you set the habit for yourself. When you vote when you are 18, […]

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