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Friday Nights Lights Return

Friday Nights Lights Return

September 11, 2020

The Marist War Eagles defeated the Holy Innocents Bears 43-0 in the season opener for Marist on September 11.

The Class of 2020 reciting their school-wide Honor Pledge on Schola Brevis in August 2019

Corona and the Class of 2020

May 8, 2020

While everyone worldwide is affected, the class of 2020 has been especially impacted and united in their loss. The seniors’ last memories have been ripped away, never to be experienced, or at the very least postponed. 

With Netflix Party, you can watch any show or movie on Netflix in real time with your friends!

A Review of Netflix Party

May 5, 2020

If you are feeling the COVID-19 blues, you can install Netflix Party, a Chrome browser extension that allows you to watch movies with your friends, in real time, from the comfort of your own homes.

Schooling From Home Tips

Alexis recommends keeping a tidy and organized workplace when you are at home!

Alexis Derickson, Senior Managing Editor

May 1, 2020

Keep on reading for my top 10 tips on how to make schooling from home a more positive experience!

(From L-R) 2019-2020 Emmaus Board members Izzy Wagner, Conner Abshier, Matthew Davis, Emma Strickland, and Brynn Werner

A Q&A with this year’s Emmaus Board

April 29, 2020

One hundred and eighty-three fish have swum through Holy Trinity, Alabama. On Marist’s Emmaus retreat, well-known for its catchphrase “may the fish be with you,” one hundred and eighty-three groups (>) have already traveled to Holy Trinity for a retreat to remember.

10 Years Later: From Marist Graduate to Teacher

Mrs. Carroll visiting Oxford, England, in 2019 with her husband Mr. Mike Carroll, also a Marist teacher.

Christian Conte, Junior Managing Editor

April 29, 2020

10 years ago, a Marist senior walked across the stage, received her diploma, and graduated Marist in the Class of 2010. After graduating Elon University in 2014, she returned to Marist School, now as a faculty member. Currently, she teaches English courses and moderates the Antioch retreat and the Peer Leader program. Meet Mrs. Katherine Carroll ’10. 

Advice from Department Chairs Reminiscing on High School

Kathryn Taylor, Faith Editor

April 28, 2020

Every academic department at Marist has a head who leads the department and is another level of making sure everything is running as it should. Many times throughout the year, the dynamic between teachers and students makes it easy to forget that they, too, were once in the students’ shoes. Remembering this, I asked a few...

Marist students and their Spanish exchange students after the football win against Denmark!

Marist: Spain Edition!

December 16, 2019

The more and more I talked with my Spanish Exchange student Anna Guillen, one of the students who joined the Marist community for 10 days from Barcelona, the more I realized I should be writing down a comparison between each of our daily lives, so I sat down, and began to ask more about her day to day life in Spain.

Why Canyon Springs?

Why Canyon Springs?

December 16, 2019

With shades of pink and violet weaving across the sky, the sun sets on Hughes Spalding Stadium. Roarin...

A Volleyball Player’s Favorite Moment on the Court

Carli Bowen, Staff Writer

December 16, 2019

What makes this team special is the humor and love the girls have for each other. This team is comprised of some of the funniest people on campus, which makes our practices filled with shenanigans and tons of laughter. 

Marist Cross Country: Stronger Together

Marist Cross Country: Stronger Together

December 16, 2019

The girls’ and boys’ varsity cross country teams travelled to Carrollton, Ga., on Nov. 1 to compete with ...

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