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MaddieGenoways It happens every year. Summer ends, school starts, you work hard and think you’ve finally hit your stride. Then it creeps in, little by little. In September, you feel a little strange, in October, the walls are closing in, in November, you’re on your last leg, by December, it’s a blur and you just… Read More Seasonal depression, the SAD truth and how to deal with it
EllaMeis Flu season is upon us, which means students are constantly coming down with an illness of some sort. Whether it’s an atrocious cough or chills, a big portion of Marian’s population gets sick this time of year. Several Marian students have come down with something over winter break. Take sophomore Kayleigh Schorg for example.… Read More Preventing winter sickness
By J1 Reporters Mary Cate Tabor and Sophia Virgillito Marian students who wish to participate in the Polar Plunge will be freezing for a good reason on Feb. 8. Polar Plunge is an event that challenges community members to raise money for Special Olympics, then run into the frozen Lake Zorinsky in the dead of… Read More Polar Plunge Raises Money for Special Olympics
Opinion by Grace Sall I can name on one hand all the things that I have a strong hatred towards; there aren’t many. Hate is a very strong and dramatic word, one I do not use lightly. Not many things are deserving of my utter hatred. Take, for example, Gossip Girl. Though the entire premise of… Read More Whining about winter: A memoir from the biggest summer lover