LivBirnstihl Hollywood has always had a way with making viewers fall in love with the most dislikable characters. From Loki in the Marvel universe to Tate Langdon in American Horror Story, television writers are blurring the lines between heroes and villains. The newest method of allowing the “villain” to narrate portions of the show has… Read More Psychopathic characters rule Gen-z media
Opinion by LivBirnstihl I grew up surrounded by countless movies glamorizing the high school experience, so when a dance number didn’t await me at Marian, I was definitely shocked. It’d be bold to assume that “High School Musical” was actually plausible, but why was I brought up to believe it would be? As I’ve gone… Read More Spoiler alert: High school isn’t an ’80s movie
Column by J1 Reporter Liv Birnstihl Everyone has had that one teacher that he or she really wasn’t fond of or thought was off in some way. Maybe the teacher graded your test wrong, or made a passive aggressive comment about your skirt length. But, have you ever had a teacher plant drugs in your… Read More Mr. Schuester: Exceptional Teacher or Child Predator?
By J1 reporter Liv Birnstihl Learning a new language is tricky enough as it is. But Mandarin? Now that’s a whole other story. With the removal of Latin from Marian’s foreign language program, the addition of Mandarin was subject for some curiosity among students. The program, now in its fourth year, has become more and… Read More The Future of Mandarin in the Midst of COVID-19
By J1 Reporters Liv Birnstihl and Anna Rasgorshek Normally at 7:50 a.m., students at Marian are arriving to school for class. But on Sept. 18, the first place juniors are arriving to school for the first Walk-a-Thon walk time of the day. Which led students to ask, why would the winners choose to walk first? … Read More Walk-A-Thon at Dawn