Column By J1 Reporter Shelby Gerken When I was in public elementary school I wore nothing but Justice brand clothes. I walked into school with a bright pink shirt with rhinestone hearts on it, the matching bright pink leggings, my twinkle toes and a bow on my high-ponytail, bigger than my head to top it… Read More Society Causes Girls to Grow up Faster
MollyMonahan The Nebraska and Southwest Iowa Community recognizes students who excel in technology and computing by their computing experiences, computer related activities, leadership experience, technical ability in the face of barriers, and plans for post secondary education. In the Awards for Aspirations in Computing, out of 43 students recognized, 12 were Marian students. Scholarship money… Read More STEM girls receive awards for aspiration in computing science
By J1 reporter Lauren Montague Marian girls love their apps. This makes the discovery of apps being blocked even more heartbreaking. The most recent app to come to an untimely death for Marian students was Among Us. Among Us took the Marian community by storm early this school year. It is an online multiplayer social… Read More Why do Apps get blocked and why did Among Us get blocked?
OliviaSullivan The Network staff chose to recognize Mr. Billy Deibler, the Technology Director, as the January issue’s Staff Standout. Deibler does a lot for Marian, although, most of his work is behind the scenes, so it can go unnoticed or unappreciated. “If it plugs in, it somehow becomes my responsibility,” Deibler laughed. “All things technology… Read More Staff Standout of the Month: Mr. Billy Deibler
HollyMcCutcheon Every day as you walk down the hallways, you are surrounded by the STARs of Marian. STARs, or Student Theater Aid Resource students, are chosen applicants that work the lights and sound backstage in the PAC. “When we first started, students got teacher recommendations to apply, but now you fill out the application and… Read More STARs in the making: an inside look at the program