Young voters exercise responsibility in political world

by MalloryConnealy & MeghanBartness Arguably one of the most important parts of American democracy elections is the right to vote and participate in elections. People are called to vote for government of cials that align with their political ideals in order to elect a leader that represents the majority of the people. Before you vote,… Read More Young voters exercise responsibility in political world

History in the making: first woman elected to be vice-president

LexiKetcham Whether you are a Democrat, Republican or Independent, the 2020 election has made history and will pave the way for women to become political leaders. Vice President-elect Kamala Harris is the first woman, African-American and South Asian-American to hold this position in the United States.  Before becoming vice president-elect, she was a senator for… Read More History in the making: first woman elected to be vice-president

How the 2020 election impacts teens, even if unable to vote

NaomiDelkamiller Right now our halls are filled with plaid skirts and respect, but some- day each of us will find ourselves in an environment where that layer of safety and protection is gone. Government teacher Mrs. Jillian Roger will no longer be there playing “devil’s advocate” to balance the conversation, and Mrs. Amy McLeay won’t… Read More How the 2020 election impacts teens, even if unable to vote

Juza moves from room 313 to room 319

By J1 reporter Holly McCutcheon When social studies teacher Mrs. Jillian Roger left for maternity leave in mid October, former Marian history teacher Mrs. Susan Juza didn’t hesitate to step up to the job. The previous teacher taught World History, Government, and Geography back in 2015.  Her love for history is noticeable in every lecture.… Read More Juza moves from room 313 to room 319