Opinion by Nora Corrigan April showers bring May flowers, and with that comes sunshine and rainbows and ultimate happiness, right? What about the calm and serenity of a snowstorm? We all feel just as quiet and serene as the falling snow and not isolated or stuck inside worrying about why mom is taking just a little longer… Read More ‘This rainy day is temporary;’ What role does the environment play in our emotions?
Column by J1 Reporter Bridget McGill Picture this: You’ve finished eating at a restaurant with your family, but you still have food left. Obviously, you want to take the rest of your food home, so you ask the waiter for a to-go box. The waiter returns to your table, accompanied by your worst fear: styrofoam. … Read More Styrofoam sucks and here’s why
Opinion by Kayla Gornall Whether it’s the ever changing classroom temperature, the treacherous walk up from soph lot (or wherever I could squeeze my car), Marian rumors, my past four years at Marian have been nothing short of a good time. High school was fun! I made friends, took interesting classes and learned from the amazing teachers here. Besides the fact I… Read More One small step for the environment, one giant leap for Marian-kind
Opinion by J1 Reporter Alida Farrens As I get older, I am realizing the impact I have had on the environment and how it impacts me. When people think of the environment, their thoughts automatically go to going green, the sky, the sea, pollution, and recycling. Although these things are true, there is so… Read More Keeping the Environment Alive is Our Responsibility
On the polar ice caps, sweet penguins try to survive in their arctic homes. But their homes are being ripped apart because of the melting glaciers. Now, we have a large group of adorable displaced penguins surrounded by human trash and pollution. While everyone seems keen to support the penguins as well as all other… Read More Staff Editorial: You can’t climate change our minds