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The Blue & Gold

Reporting the news since 1914

The Blue & Gold

Reporting the news since 1914

The Blue & Gold

Students take the time to strengthen their relationship with God.

Exploring the Emmaus Experience

By Reese Sullivan, Staff Writer
Jan 30, 2024

The 200th Emmaus Retreat began on Friday, January 12 as juniors and seniors departed from campus that afternoon. Two hours and 115 miles later, the bus finally arrived at the Blessed Trinity Retreat Center...

Upper classmen lead seventh graders during a breakout discussion. The Damascus retreat forged new friendships among the leaders and the newest members of our school community.

Pray and Play: 2023 Damascus Retreat

By Caroline Palmer, Staff Writer
Dec 19, 2023

On September 23, our school hosted its Damascus retreat. The Damascus retreat, open to seventh graders and led by upperclassmen, allowed new students to form relationships and make memories. While a...

The Marist Way

The Marist Way

By Beck Janki, Editor
Dec 12, 2023

The Marist Way is referenced in just about everything we do here at our school, especially the way a student is encouraged to live. Not only is The Marist Way a class taken by all 7th grade students...

Fr. John Ulrich makes his home in the Campus Ministry office, where he serves our Marist community for a third time as its Chaplain.

Meet Father John

By Camille Gipson, Staff Writer
Dec 7, 2023

After teaching at Marist for a cumulative 16 years previously, Father John Ulrich has returned to Marist this year for a third time as our school chaplain. Father John is a friendly and compassionate presence...

Mary Caroline Sedki watches and listens as Lilly Schaffer demonstrates for her and others how to make a Camp 3790 bracelet.

Camp 3790: Climbing, Bracelets, and More!

By Stella Chambless, Public Relations Officer
Dec 4, 2023

Named for the address of our school, Camp 3790 brings the ninth grade class together before they embark on their high school journey. Earlier this term, ninth graders made their way to Sojourn Adventures,...

The stone engraving mounted to the side of Chanel Building traveled all the way from Bedford, Ohio, where it hung above the entrance of Saint Peter Chanel High School.

Behind a New Addition to Marist School

By John Elrod, Staff Writer
Nov 10, 2023

Returning students arriving to campus at the flag circle may have noticed a new adornment to the rear wall of the Chanel building: a stone engraving of Saint Peter Chanel that was installed in early September. What...

Even the crucifix in the chapel has a meaningful origin story behind it.

A Dive Into Marist History: The Esmond Brady Memorial Chapel

By Beck Janki, Editor
Oct 3, 2023

Every Marist student has visited the chapel, which sits next to the rectory on the south side of campus. Students of all grade levels have taken the walk up the hill for Mass, religion class, meetings,...

A votive candle at Saint Jude the Apostle Catholic Church.

The Legend of the Light

By Kate Owens, Staff Writer
Sep 25, 2023

Through life’s ups and downs, there is always light in some shape or form that finds its way into one’s life—if they let it. For many Marist students, this light is brought by beloved coach and...

Easter Reflections

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...

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