Why a New Grading Scale Will Solve Student’s Problems

Column by J1 Reporter Lucy Drexel  When constantly checking my grades, I feel the stress and anxiety of not seeing a grade that I want to see. Despite ending the semester with grades that I am overall pleased with, there is always the stress of trying to get the one C or D up to […]

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Marian students manage increasing levels of stress

Staff Editorial Stress is a common part of life for most high school students. From grades to activities, not to mention jobs and college applications for seniors, we have a lot on our plates to juggle. Often, all we can do is pray it doesn’t come tumbling down. The only positive thing that our staff […]

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When Teachers over-assign, they are stressing out parents

Opinion by J1 reporter Quinn Findley With schools closing down until further notice, teachers have been forced to create unique ways to teach online, but not every school has the resources that we have at Marian. A lot of schools have students whose families are not able to give them the education that the teachers […]

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High school students need to take a break (sometimes)

I have been on this planet for 17 long years, and within those 17 years, I have met people who consider themselves older and wiser than me. The favorite thing to do when you’re older and wiser is to give advice to those who are seemingly young and inexperienced. Out of the piles of advice […]

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The gift of stress keeps on giving

Set up the Christmas tree. Buy all the presents. Wrap everything, and I mean everything. Make a side dish. Hang the lights. Spend time with family. Go to work. Go to school. The holidays are full of endless possibilities, but why are we expected to do all of this? The holidays should be about family […]

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