Students find creative ways to raise money for WAT

By J1 Reporter Cassie Bauer Marian’s annual Walk-A-Thon (WAT) fundraiser provides students with several fundraising opportunities to support the cause. These in-school fundraising opportunities consist of bake sales and give-back nights. In recent years Marian students have taken initiative to come up with new fundraising efforts to raise money outside of school. During the month… Read More Students find creative ways to raise money for WAT

Small business in trouble during the outbreak of COVID-19

By J1 Reporter Olivia Ost “Coronavirus,” “COVID-19,” and “pandemic” are words that bring chills to your skin. This awful disease has overtaken the lives of many people and has filled it with worry, sadness and remorse. Many people are suffering during these hard times, having to deal with the loss of their jobs and the… Read More Small business in trouble during the outbreak of COVID-19

Thirteen business men and women. Six alumni. One Day of Business.

by J1 Reporter Lauren Zadalis A multitude of chattering girls crowd around a cafeteria table with no food in front of them. Instead, professionals in the business world give them the inside scoop on what it’s like to own, operate, direct marketing, and take charge of communications. Six alumni, from 1992 to 2012, along with… Read More Thirteen business men and women. Six alumni. One Day of Business.

Little fish in a big pond; student entrepreneurs make waves in business market

by Hayley Golden The widely influential business writer Peter Drucker once said that the best way to predict the future is to create it. Millions of people have taken this advice to heart, with three of them being right here at Marian. Seniors McKenzie Blaine and Lily Nelson and sophomore Daisy Owen all maintain and… Read More Little fish in a big pond; student entrepreneurs make waves in business market