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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...

‘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...

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...

Guys Poms Bring the Heat

Guys Poms Bring the Heat

Laura Knapp, Crown Staff

January 4, 2017


Filed under Showcase, Sports, Student Life, Winter

It might have been below zero outside, but the guy poms brought the heat at Lander’s Pavilion with the annual Christmas Dance! All their hard work paid off during half time, when they nailed their hilariously entertaining routine. The junior and senior guys danced to artists from Kesha to Ariana...

On the Eleventh day of “Crownsmas”…

On the Eleventh day of “Crownsmas”…

Kailin Fortin, Crown Staff

December 21, 2016


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

Sunday, December 4th marked the first snowfall of the winter season. With a perfect snowfall comes perfect weather for snow activities. Students enjoy snow sports like skiing and snowboarding, or sledding. Many visit ski hills and courses such as Alpine Valley Resort or Wilmot Mountain Ski Resort. Wilmot...

On the Twelfth day of “Crownsmas”…

On the Twelfth day of “Crownsmas”…

Leia Sebion, Crown Staff

December 21, 2016


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

Every December 26th, Julia Jenkner (11) begins her year long count down until the next Christmas. Throughout the entire year, her Christmas spirit is lives on, but it truly comes out once December hits. “I try to bring the Christmas spirit to Marian by bringing trees into some of my teachers classrooms,...

Woodstock’s Wonderland

Woodstock’s Wonderland

Kennidy Giles, Crown Staff

December 18, 2016


Filed under Community Events, Local, News, Showcase

The annual lighting of the Woodstock Square took place on Friday, November, 23rd.

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Have a Merry Movie Marathon!

Have a Merry Movie Marathon!

Abby Noe, Crown Staff

December 18, 2016


Filed under A & E, Reviews, Showcase

See Crown writer Abby Noe's picks for the top ten Christmas movies to watch!

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The Crown’s Top Five Holiday Albums

The Crown’s Top Five Holiday Albums

Meredith Bryan, Crown Staff

December 18, 2016


Filed under A & E, Reviews, Showcase

See The Crown's picks for the best holiday albums of all time!

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DIY Ideas to Brighten Up the Holidays!

DIY Ideas to Brighten Up the Holidays!

Marissa Tarzian, Crown Staff

December 16, 2016


Filed under A & E, Op-Ed, Showcase, Student Life

Sometimes finding gifts and decorations during the holiday season can be difficult and expensive. These are hopefully a few fun ways to make things and little bit easier.

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On the Tenth Day of “Crownsmas…”

On the Tenth Day of “Crownsmas…”

Karlie Blaz, Crown Staff

December 16, 2016


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

Every year we take a break off from school to celebrate the holidays with our loved ones. We sip some hot chocolate, get into a few snowball fights, and open presents on Christmas morning. However, America is not the only country with Christmas traditions. Greece- A vital and traditional piece to a Gr...

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