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The Blue & Gold

Reporting the news since 1914

The Blue & Gold

Reporting the news since 1914

The Blue & Gold

Ella Nussbaum, Staff Writer

Ella wrote her first story for The Blue and Gold during her sophomore year and has loved it since! At Marist, Ella's favorite classes have been AP Art History and Neuroscience. She is a cheerleader, a member of the Environmental Club, and on the creative team for the Entrepreneur Club. Outside of school, Ella loves hiking, listening to music, and drinking coffee.

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Something Rotten is a play that takes our contemporary obsession with fame back to the Elizabethan Renaissance, where two struggling playwrights try to outdo William Shakespeare.

Something Rotten? Not a Chance!

By Ella Nussbaum, Staff Writer
May 15, 2024

Put on beautifully by the Marist cast members, directors, tech crew, and teachers, Something Rotten, written by Karey Kirkpatrick and John O'Farrell, was performed in Woodruff Auditorium from March 21...

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...

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