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Ladies and Gentlemen, Children of all Ages…Welcome to the Circus

Ladies and Gentlemen, Children of all Ages…Welcome to the Circus

Olivia Arza, Crown Writer

January 31, 2018


Filed under A & E, Reviews, Showcase

A large red and white tent stands tall with the smell of popcorn, peanuts, and cotton candy filling the air; the joy of children is all around.  Clowns on bicycles and people on stilts are greeting families of all ages to the “Greatest Show on Earth.” Children are in awe of all of the vibrant co...

Improving Life One Year at a Time

Improving Life One Year at a Time

Emma Baader, Crown Writer and Photographer

January 31, 2018


Filed under Local, News, Showcase, Student Life

The ancient Babylonians started the ritual of resolution making. They would promise their gods that, if they would complete goals for the year, they would be gifted in the coming year. People saw the coming year as a fresh start to end bad habits and begin new ones. Making resolutions is a great...

The Old and the New: Jumanji

The Old and the New: Jumanji

Joey Fitzgerald, Crown Writer

January 31, 2018


Filed under A & E, Reviews, Showcase

  The movie theater is always coming out with new films, and one of the newest movies out is Jumanji. This old movie is a classic, but now it has a new twist. Moviegoers may remember the original from 1995.  Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle is a brand new version and came out at the end of 20...

Mr. Rome: Alumni Speak Out

Mr. Rome: Alumni Speak Out

Ellen Sharp, Crown Writer

January 30, 2018


Filed under Alumni Corner, Showcase

Mr. Rome’s teaching style is loved by his current students; the alumni who graduated from Marian also remember his style and have brought it with them throughout their careers and lives. The memory of the Star Trek costume he wears during homecoming week every year, his fantastic birthday celebr...

It’s Beginning to Look A lot Like Christmas

Tiffany Teubert, Crown Writer

January 9, 2018


Filed under Local, News

The day after Thanksgiving, many families go out to chop down a Christmas tree. They can be found walking together, weaving in and out of the trees, trying to find the perfect tree before one of the siblings does. In the distance a faint chopping is wishing through the air. Cutting down the tree is j...

25 Days of Anticipating the Best Day of the Year

Ellen Sharp, Crown Writer

January 9, 2018


Filed under Uncategorized

The brisk air of December comes around and the only thing on the mind of an extraordinary holiday lover are fireplaces, Christmas cookies, and Christmas movies. Every child has that one movie that they look forward to every year around Christmas time, the one that makes them sit in front of the TV to ...

‘Tis the Season

Mae Novakoski, Crown Writer

January 9, 2018


Filed under Local, News

The chilly sweater weather of December has finally arrived, and the anticipation of Christmas break is growing greater and greater each day. Everyone here at Marian Central is in the Christmas spirit: whether it’s wearing a silly Christmas tie to school, student’s mother's passing out candy cane...

Fire and Ice

Fire and Ice

Amy Herff, Crown Writer and Photographer

January 9, 2018


Filed under Student Life

  The sweet aroma of freshly-baked cookies fills the air as the newly-made fire crackles near the children wrapping gifts to give to their family members. Outside, the yard is filled with snow as the neighborhood kids build snowmen and ice skate on the nearby pond. Winter time is about the snow ...

Bright and Beautiful World of Coco

Addison Fortin, Crown Writer

January 9, 2018


Filed under A & E, Uncategorized

Coco is the latest animated Disney Pixar movie that came out in theaters on November 22. This movie has a modern twist on the Mexican celebration of the Día de Los Muertos. This movie stars Gael García Bernal, Benjamin Bratt, Anthony Gonzalez, and Renée Victor. The movie started off with a 20 minu...

The Snowy Sports Season

Joey Fitzgerald, Crown Writer

January 9, 2018


Filed under Local, News, Sports, Winter

It is finally winter. That means hot chocolate, snowmen, and winter sports. Marian’s winter sports have just kicked off with wrestling, basketball, dance, and chess teams looking to pile up the wins this year and are looking to continue to expand the programs over the years. Let's start with the...

To Buy or Not To Buy

To Buy or Not To Buy

Emma Baader, Crown Writer and Photographer

January 8, 2018


Filed under Local, News

  Under an evergreen tree lie presents in all different sizes and wrappings; the gifts are pleasantly waiting to be opened on the twenty-fifth of December. Everyone has different interests, and holiday gifts can vary from person to person. People can have either secret gifts of creativity ...

Made with Love: Christmas Treats

Made with Love: Christmas Treats

Olivia Arza, Crown Writer and Photographer

January 8, 2018


Filed under Local, News

     As the smell of freshly-chopped pines with a mix of cinnamon swirl around the air, people are transported into the most wonderful time of the year. Many houses have holiday movies playing along as little elves bake from dawn till dark. Timers are ticking away as treats are slowly r...

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