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On the Sixth Day of “Crownmas”…

On the Sixth Day of “Crownmas”…

Skylar Wirtz, Crown Staff

December 12, 2016


Filed under Clubs/Organizations, Newspaper/Yearbook, Op-Ed, Showcase

  Now that it is the Christmas season, everyone is getting jolly and putting up all their favorite decorations,and putting the their Christmas tree up.  There is nothing better than reading a Christmas story by the fire after all the decorations are set up.  Everyone knows “Rudolph the Red-nose R...

On the Fifth Day of “Crownmas”…

On the Fifth Day of “Crownmas”…

Keegan Edwards, Crown Staff

December 9, 2016


Filed under Clubs/Organizations, Newspaper/Yearbook, Op-Ed, Showcase

The Christmas season is the time to give and what’s better than giving your family gifts! There are all sorts of gifts to give. Not every child writes a Christmas list so sometimes you're left wondering what to get them. Handmade gifts from children, such as Christmas ornaments or personalized mugs ...

On the Fourth Day of “Crownmas…”

On the Fourth Day of “Crownmas…”

Sydney Waters, Crown Staff Writer

December 8, 2016


Filed under Clubs/Organizations, Newspaper/Yearbook, Op-Ed, Showcase

Most students can agree that Christmas break is their favorite time of the year. A handful of students are given the opportunity to travel during these two weeks away from school. Four Marian students shared their favorite travel destinations to visit while on their much-deserved winter vacation. Senior...

On the Third Day of “Crownmas”

On the Third Day of “Crownmas”

Conor Smith, Crown Staff

December 7, 2016


Filed under Clubs/Organizations, Newspaper/Yearbook, Op-Ed, Showcase

When the thought of Christmas starts popping up in the Winter season, people generally think of a few things: cookies, trees, gifts, and especially Santa Claus. The magical, jolly, old man that brings kids toys if they are nice, and a stocking of coal if they are bad. Everyone has heard these stories,...

On the Second Day of “Crownmas”…

On the Second Day of “Crownmas”…
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Tori Roberts, Crown Editor

December 6, 2016


Filed under Clubs/Organizations, Newspaper/Yearbook, Op-Ed, Showcase

Christmas brings a ton of opportunities to dress your absolute best, and everyone has their own unique Christmas style. Do you prefer to dress comfy and casual or look like you just walked out of It’s a Wonderful Life? Either way, here are six “cool” winter pieces to add to your outfits that will keep ...

On the First Day of “Crownmas”…

On the First Day of “Crownmas”…

Nikki Baron, Crown Staff

December 5, 2016


Filed under Clubs/Organizations, Newspaper/Yearbook, Op-Ed, Showcase

The holiday season is a time to spread love and cheer, and one of the most rewarding  ways to do this is through helping others. The local homeless shelter “PADS” gives you the opportunity to give back. The shelter is open between October 1st and April 30th, and offers many volunteer positions. It...

Studying Hard or Hardly Studying?

Studying Hard or Hardly Studying?

Conor Smith, Crown Staff

November 22, 2016


Filed under Op-Ed, Showcase

Quarter exams have passed and semester exams are creeping up. How do you study to make sure only vowels appear on those tests?

Get Your ACT Together

Get Your ACT Together

Tori Roberts, Crown Editor

November 9, 2016


Filed under Op-Ed, Showcase

Senior Jake Fiedler recently scored a 36 on the ACT, a feat that seems nearly impossible to accomplish. The ACT is by far one of the most important and stressful exams a high school student has to take, and it requires so much preparation to even feel ready to take on the test. At the same time, however, is the ACT as important and all-knowing as we believe it to be?

College Checklist

College Checklist

Karlie Blaz, Crown Staff

October 31, 2016


Filed under Op-Ed, Showcase, Student Life

As incoming freshmen start fresh and look ahead for the years and memories to come, juniors and seniors think ahead of what the future holds. The process of applying and preparing for college can be stressful, and it can be agonizing just to think about deadlines, essays, and transcripts. So here is a...

Elaborate and Extremely Delightful

Elaborate and Extremely Delightful

Leia Sebion, Crown Staff

October 3, 2016


Filed under Op-Ed, Showcase, Student Life

As homecoming draws near, more and more people are getting asked to Homecoming in new and creative ways. While the whole week leading up to  Homecoming is extremely fun, the best part of it occurs on the day of the dance, and the night becomes all the more special when there is someone to attend it w...

A View from the Top of the Stands

A View from the Top of the Stands

Anna Podborny, Club Staff Reporter

September 20, 2015


Filed under Fall, Op-Ed, Showcase, Student Life

...we were just a part of the Marian Central Hurricane heart, beating in unison with every other student there, senior or freshman.

10 Things About High School That I Wish Someone Would Have Told Me

Barbara Yerkes, Crown Reporter

September 12, 2015


Filed under Op-Ed, Student Life

  As a freshman starting at Marian last year, high school seemed like an exciting, yet scary world that I was entering into. I had listened to my mentor, older siblings, and friends, but nonetheless felt nervous for the first day of school and soon realizing that I was the only girl wearing kha...

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