The Crown

Sounding Off

Sounding Off

Barbara Yerkes, Crown Editor

May 27, 2016


Filed under Clubs/Organizations, Showcase, Spotlights, Student Life

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


Filed under Showcase, Spotlights, Student Life, Uncategorized

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.

A Leader in Faith

A Leader in Faith

Barbara Yerkes, Crown Editor

May 25, 2016


Filed under Clubs/Organizations, Community Events, Mentors, Spotlights, Uncategorized

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


Filed under Sports, Spotlights, Spring, Student Life

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...

Managing the Team

Managing the Team

Hayley Hartmann, Crown Writer

May 25, 2016


Filed under Sports, Spotlights, Student Life, Winter

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...

Batman v Superman: Dawn of a Mediocre Film

Batman v Superman: Dawn of a Mediocre Film

Casey Wells, Club Editor

April 27, 2016


Filed under A & E, Reviews, Showcase

How the Dawn of Justice became the Twilight of Potential.

Gavin Olsen Photography

Gavin Olsen Photography

Gavin Olsen, Staff Writer

April 7, 2016


Filed under A & E

Welcome to Gravity Falls!

Welcome to Gravity Falls!

Sydney Merryman, Crown Staff

March 7, 2016


Filed under A & E, Reviews, Showcase

Many people will say that any show on Disney Channel now is just another annoying show for kids. Whether they have good shows or not, they seem to dedicate most of their time to ones that no one really likes. But one show that has caught the eyes of many is Gravity Falls.

The Start of Something “Fantastick”

The Start of Something “Fantastick”

Tori Roberts, Crown Editor

March 1, 2016


Filed under A & E, Showcase

As Oklahoma! makes its way out of the auditorium, it’s finally time for a new saga to begin. The next production up will be Marian’s Black Box theatre production of The Fantasticks.

The Right Look for “Oklahoma!”

The Right Look for “Oklahoma!”

Gianna Kolner, Crown Staff

February 11, 2016


Filed under A & E, Clubs/Organizations, News

Every year, students in theatre spend countless hours working hard to put on a musical for all to see. This year's show Oklahoma! is an exciting love story set in the territory with handsome cowboys, hopelessly romantic farm girls, and many more eccentric characters.

A Christmas (Concert) Story

A Christmas (Concert) Story

Casey Wells, Club Editor

January 7, 2016


Filed under A & E

The annual Christmas Choir Concert was held Thursday, December 17th at 7 P.M. in the school auditorium. It was a compilation of Christmas-themed songs performed by Morning Choir, Advanced Choir, Madrigals, Jazz Choir, and even Father Doyle!

The Shark that Took a Bite out of Horror

The Shark that Took a Bite out of Horror

Grace Dawson, Editor

December 4, 2015


Filed under A & E, Reviews

In 1975 the public was terrified by the image of a shark swimming across the movie screen.

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