By J1 Reporter Mary Ambrose For the audience, “The Juggler’s Gift” is one night of enjoyment, but for the cast and crew, it is months of hard work and dedication. The performance depends on the actors and actresses, but also the crew and the backstage environment. Without the support and help of one another backstage,… Read More Behind the Scenes of Marian Productions
By J1 Reporters Maggie Morris and Grace Diers Dogs are some of the most common household pets. A 2022 study revealed that more than 69 million households inthe US have at least one dog for a pet. Many people have pets for affection, responsibility, emotional support/service/therapy or to keep them from being lonely. These lovable… Read More What Do Your Dogs Think About You?
By J1 Reporter Matilda Lang Most students forget that teachers have a life outside of school. Whether you panic and sprint down a different aisle when you spot a teacher at Target or maybe you stop them to say hi, it is a surprise to say the least. One of the teachers you will definitely… Read More Teacher Journeys through the National Parks
By J1 Reporter Meghan Bartness Ketanji Brown Jackson is the first black woman to be appointed to the Supreme Court. While this is a big step for the country, she is also a monumental figure for the young women of Marian. Freshman Elizabeth Nguyen says, “Yes I do feel more represented, the Supreme Court was… Read More Ketanji Brown Jackson’s Road to the Supreme Court
By J1 reporter Nina McMullen At one point or another, every Marian girl has run into Mr. Billy Deibler. Whether it’s a broken iPad, a passing in the hallway or your teacher’s broken projector, Mr. Deibler was consistently around to lend a helping hand. Despite the short interactions, Deibler’s backstory isn’t widely known among Marian… Read More You’ll do crazy things for love: Technology Specialist follows his heart for 45,000 miles