The Crown

A Letter and A Reflection From the Editors

A Letter and A Reflection From the Editors

Tori Roberts and Grace Dawson

June 1, 2017


Filed under Op-Ed, Showcase

The Crown Editors share their final thoughts on their time spent working on the newspaper.

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A True Friend…of Rachel

A True Friend…of Rachel

Abigail Noe, Crown Staff

June 1, 2017


Filed under Clubs/Organizations, Friends of Rachel

Throughout her years at Marian, senior Maureen Murray has been a dedicated member of the Friends of Rachel Club. She has been a leader since her freshman year, and is currently the club’s president. .

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The “Key” to Success

The “Key” to Success

Jenna Walker, Crown Staff

June 1, 2017


Filed under Clubs/Organizations, Key Club, Showcase

After four years of being involved in Key Club, Kelly Mink (12) has to say good bye.

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The Last Goal

The Last Goal

June 1, 2017


Filed under Fall, Sports, Spotlights

From freshman to senior, Connor Stiscak has played varsity boys soccer all four years at Marian Central Catholic. Being pulled up to the varsity team as only a freshman, Stiscak has not only developing skills in his soccer career but also says the experience he had with his teammates turned friends wa...

Farewell, Father Doyle

Farewell, Father Doyle

Jenna Walker, Crown Staff

June 1, 2017


Filed under Peregrini via Veritatis, Showcase

Marian has been blessed to have had Father Doyle for eight years. Unfortunately, our time with him has come to an end. While his time here was short, he has definitely left a mark that will last forever.

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The Effects of Senioritis on the Behavior of High School Seniors

The Effects of Senioritis on the Behavior of High School Seniors

Conor Smith, Crown Staff

June 1, 2017


Filed under Student Life

Prognosis Senioritis is a disease commonly found in youths between the ages of 17 and 18 who are in their fourth year of high school. It is easily spread from person to person through communication (talking, texting, just overall speaking on the topic of school). The condition gets worse as the per...

Drama Queen (Literally)

Drama Queen (Literally)

Olivia Suarez, Crown Staff

June 1, 2017


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

As a senior, Rebecca Corn has been in 11 productions in total and 8 of them have been at Marian.  Right now she is thinking about minoring at college for theater. I asked her what got her interested into theater in the first place and she said “ I'm not particularly athletic so this was a way to get...

Ryan Klinger: Softball Star

Ryan Klinger: Softball Star

Meredith Bryan, Crown Staff

June 1, 2017


Filed under Sports, Spring

Ryan Klinger (12) is often described as the jokester of the girls softball team. Whether it be at practice, on the bus, or warming up for a game, she is always making her teammates laugh.

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Marian’s Picasso

Marian’s Picasso

Kailin Fortin, Crown Staff

June 1, 2017


Filed under A & E, Spotlights, Student Life

Senior Mikayla Knuth has been involved with art from a very young age. Art is and has always been a very large part of her life. Just by looking at her artwork, one can tell how talented and passionate she is about artwork, as Mikayla says, “I don't just love making art, I love to be around it”. Much...

Newspaper Extraordinaire Tori Roberts Signs Off

Newspaper Extraordinaire Tori Roberts Signs Off

Stefanie Henkel, Crown Staff

June 1, 2017


Filed under Showcase, Spotlights

Writing for the newspaper can be a difficult job: meeting deadlines, putting out good content, and keeping your readers interested. One student who meets all of these responsibilities and more is Crown newspaper editor and writer, Victoria Roberts (12).

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The Musical Man

The Musical Man

Laura Knapp, Crown Staff

May 24, 2017


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

The fine arts are alive and well here at Marian. Over the past few years, the theater department has put on amazing productions, from whimsical musicals like Once Upon a Mattress, to classic Shakespearean comedies like Twelfth Night. Although these productions are very different, they had one thing in common: Victor Pannke.

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40 Years Ago, In a Studio in California

40 Years Ago, In a Studio in California

Grace Dawson, Crown Editor

April 7, 2017


Filed under A & E, Reviews, Showcase

Just over a year after releasing The Force Awakens, the 3rd highest grossing film of all time and the 7th instalment in the series, the original Star Wars is celebrating its 40th Anniversary.

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