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Kathryn Taylor

Kathryn Taylor, Sports Editor

Kathryn Taylor is a senior and has been a staff writer since freshman year. At Marist, Kathryn swims, is a student ambassador, and is a member of the Emmaus Board. Her favorite thing to do in her spare time is bullet journal and listen to country music. You might recognize her on campus with a big smile on her face! She thanks you for taking your time to read the articles on the Blue and Gold website! Go War Eagles!!

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Emmaus 186, January 2021 Leaders (From left to right: Jack Lloyd, Bella Tummillo, Clare DiBiase, Caroline Roche, CJ King, Meg O’Keefe, Kathryn Taylor, Davis Brothers)

Community Can’t Be Spelled without ‘U’ and ‘I’

By Kathryn Taylor, Sports Editor
Apr 17, 2021
While this retreat was unprecedented, the response was overwhelmingly positive. Marist students loved maintaining the cohesive retreat space, facilitating a place for acquaintances to deepen their connections. 
Its More Than Squinted Eyes and a Mask

It’s More Than Squinted Eyes and a Mask

By Kathryn Taylor, Sports Editor
Feb 6, 2021
And if there is anything I have learned in my life, someone’s smile or even the smile from their eyes can make your forced smile change to a real one quickly.
Abby Testani 21 (left) and Kathryn Taylor 21 (right) smile in their Active Minds t-shirts.

Five Tips to Stay Mentally Healthy

By Kathryn Taylor, Sports Editor
Nov 13, 2020
For Active Minds Board Member Abby Testani ’21, her favorite part of the club is “being with others who are equally as passionate to create a change…and [being reminded that] having mental health discussions is a strength,” not a weakness. Here are her five tips for how to stay mentally healthy, especially during COVID-19.
Friday Nights Lights Return

Friday Nights Lights Return

By Kathryn Taylor, Sports Editor
Oct 1, 2020
The Marist War Eagles defeated the Holy Innocents Bears 43-0 in the season opener for Marist on September 11.

Advice from Department Chairs Reminiscing on High School

By Kathryn Taylor, Faith Editor
Apr 27, 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...

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

Marist: Spain Edition!

By Kathryn Taylor, Faith Editor
Dec 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.
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