The Crown

A “Tribute” to Luke Dowell

The Marian theatre is saddened to lose such a talented actor, but there is no doubt that Luke Dowell will be chosen for greatness at Marquette University!

Alex Benn, Crown Staff

May 27, 2016

The Variety Show, on May 20th, was a great way to end the school year! Senior Luke Dowell had been involved in seven school productions, and this was his second Variety Show. This time around Dowell had the opportunity to share the director title with Mr. S. Lalor and Connor Greig (12).

Awards in Art

Awards in Art

Cassidy Grubbe, Crown Staff

May 27, 2016

Cindy Cedeno has always had a fascination with art. From a very early age she loved watching her mother draw. She looked up to her mother, and could not wait for the day the she would make her proud. Young Cedeno was always been doodling, practicing for when she could become an artist just like her mot...

Leading to the Lord

Joe Herff has proven himself to be an excellent role model in the faith, and will continue to leave a lasting mark on others well into his college years.

Alex Benn, Crown Staff

May 27, 2016

For the past six years, Kairos has been something that students look forward to. Joe Herff (12) has had the privilege of going on the retreat his junior year, and then leading it his senior year. Herff was honored that he was chosen as a leader for this retreat; he was born with the skills to take control and be a leader worth following.

A Photo Finish!

We wish Suzie (pictured middle right) the best of luck as she carries on her love of photography and amazing work ethic at the University of Iowa!

Tori Roberts, Crown Editor

May 27, 2016

Yearbooks are one of the most iconic symbols of high school life, books full of built up memories for every student, but how often do students think about all of the work that goes into compiling those memories? Suzie Osterheld (12) has been an editor for The Memorare yearbook for three years now and despite the stressful moments, has loved every minute of it.

Sounding Off

[Left to Right] Sam Krak (9), Julianna Ignacio (12), Nick Teteak (12), and Landon Martin (9)

Barbara Yerkes, Crown Editor

May 27, 2016

Finding sound effects, playing music, keeping track of mics, and occasionally dancing in the booth during rehearsals kept senior Julianna Ignacio busy during theatre productions. She took on the position of Sound Head this year for the Fall Play, Spring Musical, and Variety Show. Seeing the 8th Grade...

Helping Around the World

Helping Around the World

Jake Tinkham, Crown Staff

May 25, 2016

Haley Hartmann went on a service trip to help a country in need. She traveled to a country in the South Pacific called Fiji. Fiji, although known for its numerous islands and breathtaking beaches, is a very poor, third world country. Hartmann’s mission trip lasted nine days filled with construction projects, visits to villages, teaching in schools, and becoming great friends with the natives.

Au Revoir!

Allison Royer will continue to use her leadership skills to succeed tremendously as she attends the University of South Carolina!

Lexi Daniello, Crown Staff

May 25, 2016

As member of the French Honor Society, Allison Royer has had several unique experiences with the French language.

A Leader in Faith

A Leader in Faith

Barbara Yerkes, Crown Editor

May 25, 2016

Peter Kolner wanted to spend his last year at Marian helping others and making it a rewarding end to high school. He was chosen as a retreat leader for Mr. Pipitone, “.” His favorite part of helping out with retreats was writing and giving a speech to the seniors. Peter liked giving his talk beca...

Acing It

Acing It

Lexi Daniello, Crown Staff

May 25, 2016

Throughout his four years at Marian, found himself returning to the tennis program every year. Hufman became more and more serious about the sport and all that it has to offer the more he played. Starting from when he was five, Hufman enjoyed the strategy that tennis required. “Without focus,” Hufman...

One SMART Senior

We wish Liam (pictured far right) the best of luck as passes on the values of SMART Club as a student of Loras University.

Tori Roberts, Crown Editor

May 25, 2016

From service clubs, to academic clubs, there are a variety of organizations at Marian open for students to join. Whether you’re a member of Key Club or CIA (Catholics in Action), it cannot be denied that each club has its own message to spread throughout the Marian community. Senior Liam Knudsen has been a member of Marian’s SMART Club since his sophomore year.

Managing the Team

Managing the Team

Hayley Hartmann, Crown Writer

May 25, 2016

Alayna Herbst has been a manager for the boys basketball team since freshman year. Herbst wanted to get involved because she “loves the sport, but isn’t good at actually playing basketball. I thought this position would be perfect!” Freshman year, she learned how everything was done, and each year...

Leading the Way

Amanda will undoubtedly continue to inspire and lead others as begins her journey as a student at the University of Kentucky!

Gianna Kolner, Crown Staff

May 25, 2016

Being on the mentor council has been an honor for senior Amanda Morris, and she is grateful to have had the opportunity.

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