Optimism Award honors Marian students for their kindness and positivity

AlidaFarrens Each month, one Marian senior is recognized and honored for being optimistic. The Omaha Optimist Club recognizes selected students from Western Hills Magnet School, Lewis and Clark Middle School and Marian High School. Mrs. Kathy DeWispelare, a Marian student counselor and Optimist Award student sponsor, said, “the Optimist Club is a group of people… Read More Optimism Award honors Marian students for their kindness and positivity

Marian girls have freedom of choice with money

A high schooler’s choice of freedom begins the moment they come into the first day of school. Whether it’s freedom of choice of clothes or independence for classes enrolled, current high school students are generally allowed more independence for making their own choices.   At Marian, students have the choice to decide what to spend their… Read More Marian girls have freedom of choice with money

Generational differences show similarities, differences between staff, students

By J1 Reporter Cece West Although Marian students and staff can relate to each other in many ways, they have many noticeable generational differences. Whether it comes to their tastes in music or movies, teachers and students have different opinions.  Marian students were born between 2001-2005. Junior Anna Ulferts said, “I liked to go camping.”… Read More Generational differences show similarities, differences between staff, students

An out-of-body experience for senior anatomy students

Joey Carollo When was the first time you saw a dead body? For 80 senior anatomy and physiology students, it was Nov. 27 and Dec. 3. A group of students were chosen to accompany anatomy teacher Mrs. Linda Brock to visit the donor cadaver lab in the Boyne Building on Creighton University’s campus. On this… Read More An out-of-body experience for senior anatomy students