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Their Last Shot

Janelle Allen(12) signing to her dream college after finishing up a fantastic basketball season.

Emma Johnson, Crown Writer and Photographer

March 9, 2020

Throughout this basketball season, the girls’ team has been through their ups and down. However, on Wednesday, January 29, the players on the girls' basketball team went through the most emotions they have all season. The seniors on the girls' basketball team played their last high school home gam...

The Final Goodbye

Faith Diamond(12) and her mom say their goodbyes to volleyball.

Emma Johnson, Crown Writer and Photographer

March 9, 2020

Senior year is a time we all anticipate but saying goodbye is something we can wait for. Experiences like graduation, applying for college and going to the prom; senior year can be full of memories. Senior year can also come with feelings of sadness. Having to leave home, face the real world, and playin...

Students in the Spotlight

Theater 2 students gather for a picture after the successful show!

Carly Hoover, Crown Writer and Photographer

March 18, 2019

Ever wanted to experience the magic of theater, but don’t have the time to make a commitment to the school musical, black box, or spring play? Intro to Theater and Theater 2 offer the opportunity for students to participate and learn more about theater and what happens on and off the stage. Twice a y...

Team “Mom”

Joey Fitzgerald, Crown Writer

February 15, 2019

During the sports season, it is the athletes and coaches that are in the spotlight.  However, a smooth sailing season would not be possible without the student managers to help pick up the extra duties to better facilitate practices and games or matches. These great student volunteers alleviate th...

College Commits

Lauren Payton (12) swims her way to her Saint Louis University scholarship.

Molly Fitzgerald, Crown Writer and Photographer

November 21, 2018

High School athletes work hard every day for four years to get an offer from a college. Now is finally the time for Marian’s own, Maggie Finnegan, Amber Reynolds, and Lauren Payton (12) to sign for their college commitment. Their friends and family surround them to support this achievement. Col...

Soccer Senioritis

Soccer Senioritis

Carly Hoover, Crown Writer and Photographer

October 11, 2018

Soccer is a favorite sport for many people, especially at Marian Central.  The boy's soccer season is in full swing and fans are excited. The Hurricane’s boys soccer team features five seniors within the team of nineteen players. Seniors Conor Werfelmann, Robert Sbarounis, Aiden McCrea, Brandon Widmayer,...

A Letter and A Reflection From the Editors

Grace and Tori have deeply enjoyed their time working on The Crown and thank all of the people who have supported the creation and development of the newspaper.

Tori Roberts and Grace Dawson

June 1, 2017

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

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

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...

The Wonderful, Witty, and Wise Writer

The Wonderful, Witty, and Wise Writer

Leia Sebion, Crown Staff

May 23, 2017

Sarah Zabala  first became invested in Writer’s Society her freshman year at Marian, and since has become a pivotal member and a leader of the club. She is a creative force behind the club, and helps to come up with many of the activities they do during the club, one of her favorites is “Six Wo...

Decision 2017

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Meredith Bryan, Crown Staff

March 21, 2017

For Marian Central’s class of 2017, the college commitment deadline of May 1 is fast approaching. Though most applications to universities have been submitted, our seniors are still working hard submitting scholarship essays. By now most universities have sent out either acceptance or rejection letters,...

Shakespeare in Chicago

Shakespeare in Chicago

Grace Dawson, Crown Editor

March 2, 2017

The AP Literature class took a field trip to Chicago’s Shakespeare Theatre, to see Love’s Labor’s Lost. This particular play is one of Shakespeare's lesser known, early works. The comedy follows the escapades of four men whom have just made  a three year pact.

Looking for College Guidance?

Looking for College Guidance?

Meredith Bryan, Crown Staff

November 16, 2016

Numerous colleges visit the Marian Central Guidance Office throughout the school year. These visits are are good way for students to personally meet with a college’s admission counselor and get important questions answered in person.

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