By J1 Reporter Korina Liekhus Marian had its annual Walk-A-Thon (WAT) on Sept. 30. This event encourages the students to raise money for tuition assistance, helping more than half of the student population. The Marian students raise money and then walk either two miles or four miles, depending on the class percentage of goal raised. … Read More COVID impacted Walk-A-Thon tradition
By J1 Reporter Jackie Blossom To raise money for Walk-A-Thon (WAT), Marian girls come up with many creative ways to reach their class goal. Going door to door is one of the many ways girls try to collect money. Girls go to their neighbors and ask for a donation to help with tuition, but some… Read More Door-to-door horrors motivate girls to find other ways to raise money
By J1 Reporter Haley Hoffman Prom season is a stressful time for everyone. The pressure of finding a dress, date, somewhere to eat, and all other other aspects that go into one of the best nights of your life can be overwhelming. Now, in the midst of a pandemic, prom is more challenging than ever. … Read More New Challenges In Finding A Prom Dress Arise Due To COVID-19
GaeaKaan Recent development of a COVID-19 vaccine has brought about the debate regarding its distribution. Millions of individuals around the country are re-entering society, getting back to work and attending school while COVID-19 cases continue to skyrocket, thus making the need for a vaccine all the more evident. However, the matter of when children, teens,… Read More COVID-19 vaccine finally set to be distributed, but when?
NaomiDelkamiller When Mr. Tom Baker attended high school more than 50 years ago, it was a different time. High in the Berkshire Mountains of Norfolk, Conn., he sat quietly in his seat, took notes, and carried physical textbooks instead of electronic ones. Now one of Marian’s most tenured social studies teachers, he is in the… Read More Temporary COVID-19 teaching practices might outlive the pandemic