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The Most Dangerous (Pajama) Game

The Most Dangerous (Pajama) Game

Olivia Suarez, Crown Writer

February 28, 2017


Filed under A & E, Reviews, Showcase

In the 1950’s there is a company that makes pajamas and delivers them to stores all around. The problem is that the workers are not getting payed enough so they are trying to get a 71/2 ¢ raise. Myron Hasler, who is the boss of the company gives a promotion to Sid Sorokin so instead of fixing machines,...

Welcome Future Hurricanes!

Welcome Future Hurricanes!

Kailin Fortin, Crown Writer

February 28, 2017


Filed under News, School, Showcase, Student Life

On Thursday February 16th, Marian invited 6th graders from various feeder schools in the area to come visit the school. These schools include: Montini, St. Mary’s, St. Thomas, and others. The students were split up randomly upon arrival and were able to tour the school while it was in session to get...

Forecast: Chile All Weekend!

Forecast: Chile All Weekend!

Anthony Silva, Crown Staff

February 27, 2017


Filed under Clubs/Organizations, MUN, Showcase, Student Life

The United Nations held a meeting this past weekend in Chicago to discuss solutions to many of the world’s current problems. It was amazing because all the countries’ leaders were still in high school! Of course, we’re talking about the Model United Nations, not the real organization. This “...

A Hidden Gem of a Movie

A Hidden Gem of a Movie

Marissa Tarzian, Crown Staff

February 16, 2017


Filed under A & E, Reviews, Showcase

IMDb Synopsis: The story of a team of African-American women mathematicians who served a vital role in NASA during the early years of the US space program.   Hidden Figures follows the amazing untold story of three incredibly brilliant African-American women women Katherine G. Johnson (Taraji P....

En Garde!

En Garde!

Conor Smith, Crown Staff

February 16, 2017


Filed under News, School, Showcase, Sports, Winter

As winter slowly turns into the spring, the 2016-2017 winter sports season comes closer to an end. Spirits warm up with the weather, but to some, this is a time of sadness as their season ends, or, as for the seniors, the last season they may ever play closes out. Such is the situation for Marian Central’s fencing team, as they come close to the end of their season.

Marian Welcomes the Class of 2021!

Marian Welcomes the Class of 2021!

Laura Knapp, Crown Staff

February 16, 2017


Filed under Showcase, Student Life

The gyms and cafeteria were full of activities to help the incoming and current students have fun and learn about Marian at Freshman and Eighth Grade Activity Night on February 4. There was jousting, "mega jenga", and RC cars in the main gym, with volleyball and basketball in the auxiliary gym. The caf...

Beauty School Superstar

Beauty School Superstar

Stefanie Henkel, Crown Staff

February 16, 2017


Filed under A & E, Showcase, Spotlights

Creating perfect makeup looks may seem like magic, with eyeshadow blended flawlessly and eyeliner applied sharp. But its actually countless hours of effort and practice until it looks exactly right and one has mastered the technique. One girl who never misses her mark is aspiring makeup artist and Marian...

A New Match for Marian

A New Match for Marian

Gianna Kolner, Crown Staff

February 14, 2017


Filed under Showcase, Sports, Spotlights, Winter

For Anthony Silva (12), wrestling has always been a prominent part of his life. He is a standout star for Marian’s wrestling program because of Silva’s competitiveness and his drive to never lose. Through Silva’s dedication and commitment he has had a very successful high school career. Silva st...

It’s a Celebration!

It’s a Celebration!

Casey Wells, Journalism Club Editor

February 9, 2017


Filed under Clubs/Organizations, NHS, Showcase

Look around this week, and you’ll notice new scenery decking the Marian halls: colorful signs, all handmade by NHS members. Some are decorated with balloons and gift boxes, while others try to catch the eyes of passersby with simple colorful flair. In the entire school, there is only one poster that is bedazzled, with a single slice of cake drawn on; bonus points if you can find it. All of these posters are meant to advertise the same thing: National Honor Society’s “Birthday Boxes” service project.

“Marian in Paris”

“Marian in Paris”

Sydney Waters, Crown Writer & Travel Blogger

February 3, 2017


Filed under "Marian in Paris", Showcase, Student Life

“Joie de vivre” in French refers to the happiness that is derived from life. Throughout my first week as a Parisian, happiness has come from the little things like the many croissants and millions of different phrases, but this particular French phrase has stuck with me. This week in Paris, I have...

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