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Reporting the news since 1914

The Blue & Gold

Easter Reflections

By Alex Treanor, Staff Writer
May 18, 2023

With a tightly packed year full of extracurricular activities and homework, Easter break is the perfect time to take a break from the world around us and truly rest. Personally, I went to Florida with...

Arrows Out!

By Maggie York, Editor-in-Chief
May 18, 2023

On March 22, the student body welcomed John Trautwein, a speaker devoted to bringing awareness to teenage mental health and suicide. His speech, titled “Life Teammates + the Power to Deliver Hope,”...

A Sense of Calm Through the Chaos

By Beck Janki, Staff Writer
May 18, 2023

Whether you’re rushing to meet a service deadline, training to lead a retreat, or grabbing a mint from the desk of Minister Mary Ujda, Campus Ministry touches every part of our school’s culture. While...

Moving Museums Matter

By Sophia Ghavidel, Staff Writer
May 18, 2023

The AP Literature and American Experiment class traveled to Montgomery on February 9th to learn about the history of slavery in America. They visited The National Memorial for Peace and Justice and The...

St. John the “Beloved”

By Emma Schramm, Staff Writer
May 18, 2023

It was almost sickeningly warm as desert crickets chirped mindlessly on a quiet April evening. As palm leaves brushed together and flowers bent under an invisible weight, it seemed even the natural world...

Emmaus in Full Bloom

By Savannah Fleming, Staff Writer
May 18, 2023

The final Emmaus retreat open to juniors and seniors took place on February 17-19 at the Holy Trinity Shrine Retreat Center. Retreat leaders included Izzie Wojna, Kate Selover, Noëlle Crawford, Spencer...

The Life of Mary and the Marist Way

By Ella Nussbaum, Staff Writer
Feb 6, 2023

The Marist way is defined as “living the Gospel as Mary did.” Mary’s life was a model of balancing kindness, faith, and integrity. She spent her life helping to support others and extending hands...

Damascus ‘22 in Review

By Gigi Glennon, Editor-in-Chief
Nov 2, 2022

On September 24th, our youngest members of the Marist Fam had the opportunity to attend their first retreat: Damascus. Damascus is the second-oldest retreat at our school, coming in second place right...

Archangels in Scripture

By Emma Schramm, Staff Writer
Feb 6, 2022

Everybody can picture an angel: white, downy wings, golden ringlets of hair, usually singing a hymn with a horn and a halo. These are almost universal images, and they are especially popular during...

A Blue and Gold Christmas: Exploring Marist’s Christmas Traditions

By Caroline Baljet, Faith Editor
Feb 3, 2022

With the 2021 holiday season behind us, let’s look back at what Christmas was like at Marist this year. From Holiday Traditions giving us the perfect early start at the end of October to the annual...

Helping the Community One Day at a Time

Helping the Community One Day at a Time

By Emma Walson, Contributor
Apr 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

By Stella Chambless, Staff Writer
Apr 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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