The Crown

Letter from the Editors…Nikki Baron

Letter from the Editors...Nikki Baron
May 18, 2018

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...

Letters From the Editors…Gianna Kolner

Letters From the Editors...Gianna Kolner
May 18, 2018

Dear Readers, Joining Publications was the greatest decision that I made throughout my career at Marian. It has taught me time management, the importance of meeting deadlines, and how to work with...

In Memoriam

In Memoriam
May 18, 2018

The Class of 2018 lost one of its invaluable members on April 7th, 2017.  Tyler’s love of a being a Hurricane was infectious to those around him, and his lasting impact will live on with his friends...

Finding Her Voice

Finding Her Voice
May 17, 2018

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...

Game, Set, Match: Ian Brzeski Dominates the Court

Game, Set, Match: Ian Brzeski Dominates the Court
May 17, 2018

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...

El Presidente

El Presidente
May 17, 2018

Waiting to receive a special letter from the Spanish Honor Society, she finally hears the mail truck pull up. She opens a letter with a Marian return address on the front of it and reads the first...

Violinist in the Spotlight

Violinist in the Spotlight
May 17, 2018

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...

Two Sports, One Season

Two Sports, One Season
May 17, 2018

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....

Lights, Camera, Kunz

Lights, Camera, Kunz
May 17, 2018

Waiting under the dark curtain, she is soon called onto the stage. She then takes one deep breath in, and the directors call the ambitious, cheerful actress to her mark. Kaylyn Kunz (12) has been apart...

Buzzer Winning Question

Buzzer Winning Question
May 17, 2018

  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...

Michael’s En Garde Moment

Michael’s En Garde Moment
May 17, 2018

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...

Saying Goodbye to the Last Dance

Saying Goodbye to the Last Dance
May 17, 2018

  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...

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