Burn magazine showcases Spring 2021 student creativity

QuinnFindley Burn is Marian’s literary magazine that showcases creative, original art and writing submitted by students. The magazine comes out once a semester and is made and published by students. But the magazine doesn’t include every piece of art, photograph, poetry, prose, creative writing, short film, or song thrown its way; the staff of Burn […]

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Her Journey…A Musical Inspiration

By J1 Reporter Kenzie Anderson Music is a part of so many people’s lives and so many people’s lives have been changed just by discovering and listening to, singing with, and/or creating music. For junior Melina Piperis, music has changed her life and brought her joy and happiness, as well as hours of entertainment and […]

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Inclusivity opportunity broadens students’ perspectives

AkerAjak For the first time at Marian, seven students were given the opportunity to go on a four day retreat called IncluCity.    Junior Lauren Harris, one of the students selected, said, “It was a life-changing experience. It changed my whole perspective on what diversity really is.”  The camp was held at Carol Joy Holling […]

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Making speech history: Shruthi Kumar’s national victories

By J1 Reporter Callie Cavanaugh Marian’s speech program, like nearly all school activities, fluctuates from year to year.   Similar to any other competitive sport or activity, some years the speech team soars while other years are spent growing.  For Marian speech, last season was most definitely one marked by soaring— especially by one key […]

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Don’t follow the standards

Opinion by J1 reporter Maya Reed “I didn’t eat today.” “I’m on diet.” “I’m starving, but I’m losing weight, so it’s fine.” There are millions of girls who look at themselves in the mirror and don’t like what they see. “From the age of 11 or 12, many girls start to worry intensely about their […]

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