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Letter from the Editors…Nikki Baron

Letter from the Editors…Nikki Baron

Nikki Baron

May 18, 2018


Filed under Clubs/Organizations, Newspaper/Yearbook, Showcase

Dear Readers, Throughout my years in journalism, I’ve had my fair share of ups and downs. From the stress of trying to meet deadlines to jumping for joy because we were at one hundred percent coverage, I have journalism to thank for making me into a better and more disciplined person. Creat...

Finding Her Voice

Finding Her Voice

Addie Fortin, Crown Writer

May 17, 2018


Filed under A & E, Clubs/Organizations, Showcase, Spotlights, Spotlights

Music has been a creative outlet for millions of people for decades. Music might be a small part of some people's lives, but for Stephanie Villaceran (12), music came with countless hours of practicing her craft. Ever since she was a young girl, Villaceran has always known that she wanted to pur...

Game, Set, Match: Ian Brzeski Dominates the Court

Game, Set, Match: Ian Brzeski Dominates the Court

Joey Fitzgerald, Crown Writer

May 17, 2018


Filed under Showcase, Sports, Spotlights, Spring

Now that the winter is over, there is a lot to look forward to. The freezing snow is gone and the bright sun has returned. The trees are finally growing their leaves back, and the spring sports season has returned as well. The spring sports season at Marian includes tennis. Overall the game is like a ...

Violinist in the Spotlight

Violinist in the Spotlight

Ellen Sharp, Crown Writer

May 17, 2018


Filed under Clubs/Organizations, Showcase

Being apart of band is more than an extracurricular activity. It is being apart of a family, a family who learns and practices everything together. The Marian band has been a family for many years, and for Senior, Kitty O’Neill, she has been apart of that family for her four years at Marian. O’N...

Two Sports, One Season

Two Sports, One Season

Amy Herff, Crown Writer

May 17, 2018


Filed under Fall, Showcase, Sports, Spotlights

Clumps of mud and grass stick to his cleats as he runs down the sideline of the freshly- painted field, wind blowing in his face, and the goal in sight. He kicks the ball high into the air and scores. Moments later, across the street he is preparing for the first football game of the season. This is ...

Buzzer Winning Question

Buzzer Winning Question

Olivia Arza, Crown Writer

May 17, 2018


Filed under Clubs/Organizations, Showcase, Spotlights

  A gym is filled with spectators while school teams are trying to answer as many questions as possible before the buzzer rings. Everyone is on edge, anxiously awaiting the results. Scholastic teams are thinking of all the possible answers to the questions. The Marian Central Scholastic Bowl Tea...

Michael’s En Garde Moment

Michael’s En Garde Moment

Olivia Arza, Crown Writer

May 17, 2018


Filed under Showcase, Sports, Spotlights, Winter

Today’s sports world is constantly growing. New sports are added all the time. In the United States, many people are very familiar with the classic sports: football, volleyball, and baseball; but in Europe, fencing is a fan favorite. Although it may not be the most well-known sport in the United State...

Saying Goodbye to the Last Dance

Saying Goodbye to the Last Dance

Addie Fortin, Crown Writer

May 17, 2018


Filed under Fall, Showcase, Sports, Spotlights, Winter

  Nervously walking through the halls of Marian Central her freshman year, Mariana Lamoutte (12) was the typical freshman student. After talking with her friends, she decided that she wanted to join the Marian Dance Team. Without hesitation, Lamoutte did what came naturally to her, dance. Dance ...

Last Curtain Call

Last Curtain Call

Mae Novakoski, Crown Writer

May 17, 2018


Filed under A & E, Clubs/Organizations, Showcase, Spotlights, Spotlights, Theatre

Chances are most people have been to a play or musical and left the production thinking about the intense music, flamboyant costumes, or gifted performers. Most of the experience is based on what is seen and heard. While watching a performance, the focus is typically the actors, but there is so much be...

Checkmate

Checkmate

Mae Novakoski, Crown Writer

May 17, 2018


Filed under Clubs/Organizations, Showcase, Sports, Spotlights, Spotlights

What is a queen's gambit? A.) Something the queen wears. B.) A song by Queen. C.) A chess move. To find the right answer, just ask John Blais (12). John has been a chess player for as long as he can remember. He first started playing the game when we was taught by his father. In fact, what inspired...

Key Leader

Key Leader

Ellen Sharp, Crown Writer

May 17, 2018


Filed under Clubs/Organizations, Key Club, Showcase, Spotlights

Being a volunteer means more than just helping out at an event. A volunteer is someone who freely takes time out of their day to help someone who needs it more than he or she does. In high school, some students join volunteer clubs to hangout with their friends and receive volunteer hours to make...

The Camera Crew

The Camera Crew

Joey Fitzgerald, Crown Writer

May 17, 2018


Filed under Clubs/Organizations, Newspaper/Yearbook, Showcase, Spotlights

Tiffany Teubert (12), Addison Fortin (12), and Mae Novakoski (12) are three members of the senior class at Marian Central. Tiffany and Addie are members of the girls’ soccer team at Marian.  Both were two of the sophomores on the state runner-up soccer team in 2016. They are current senior leade...

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