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20 Years Later: From Marist Senior to Dean of Students
20 Years Later: From Marist Senior to Dean of Students
Christian Conte, Editor-in-Chief • May 8, 2021
Laura McGregor, Marist Class of 2001, had no intention of returning to teach at her Alma Mater. Yet 14 years after first returning as a science teacher, she now finds herself as Dean of Students, filling the big shoes worn previously by Mike Trapani ’70.
J.D. Salinger’s “The Catcher in the Rye”
Why We Learn What We Learn: English 9 Edition
Adriana Acevedo, Staff Writer • May 8, 2021
Why do we learn what we do? What significance will it have in our lives? Instead of keeping these thoughts in my mind, I sat down with two English teachers, Katherine Carroll ‘10 and Shannon Juhan, to learn the importance of reading J.D. Salinger’s “The Catcher in the Rye” and William Shakespeare’s “The Tragedy of Macbeth.”
Body positive influencer Victoria Garrick
Body Positive Influencers
Gigi Glennon, Reviews Editor • May 8, 2021
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Gerrick ‘85 (far left) with some of her friends at Marist.
Putting Girls’ Soccer Center Forward
Mariana Thomas, Contributor • May 8, 2021
There was not a girls soccer team, and there wouldn’t be one until the late 1980s. But that didn’t stop Kathryn Richardson Gerrick ‘85.
Marist Girls Cross Country 2020 GA State Champions
Marist’s Special Lady War Eagles
Caroline York, Features Editor • May 8, 2021
A basket is made in the first ever NCAA Men’s Basketball National Championship, held on March 27, 1939, between the University of Oregon and Ohio State University.
A Tale of Two Tournaments
Lauren Guhl, Staff Writer • April 17, 2021
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Helping the Community One Day at a Time
Helping the Community One Day at a Time
Emma Walson, Contributor • April 25, 2021
When Bernadette Naro was a child, her parents, volunteers in a Catholic network of host homes, opened their doors to women and children in need. Now, she is following in their footsteps and helping immigrants through her work with Share the Journey, a school club where students advocate for immigrants and refugees.
Śmigus-Dyngus, a tradition on Easter Monday in Poland.
Easter Traditions from Around the World at Marist
Stella Chambless, Staff Writer • April 17, 2021
Different cultures celebrate Easter in different ways around the globe, and a wide range of observance can be seen at Marist!
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Nicole Barrios
Nicole Barrios
Staff Writer

Nicole Barrios is a freshman staff writer. She enjoys writing for the Blue and Gold and making her voice heard in the Marist community. When she is not writing, she is participating in cross country,...

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“Godzilla vs. Kong”: Bring the Action, Leave the Coherence
“Godzilla vs. Kong”: Bring the Action, Leave the Coherence
Andrew Washington, Staff Writer • May 8, 2021
The fight scenes were the best parts of this film by miles, and I think it was really important that the filmmakers nailed these after they were botched in “Godzilla: King of the Monsters.”
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