Entertainment

The dress that broke the internet

Posted on 27 February 2015

Alex Coleman @Its_YoPalAl [Executive Web Editor] “@AnnaKendrick47: if that’s not White and Gold, the universe is falling apart. Seriously what is happening????” The dress that took the nation by storm. Originally posted by a singer who lives on a small island in Scotland, Caitlin McNeill has officially broken the internet. If someone has not yet encountered [...] Continue Reading

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Features

2nd annual Marion Masquerade

Posted on 25 February 2015

Kylie McAllister @smileeyyy_kylie [Co Executive Yearbook Editor] He recalls the many hours that he spent the year before in the school for the show choir invitational, and prepares himself for the long weekend ahead of him. Nathan Baldwin, senior, is part of New Creation Show Choir. This weekend the Music Booster Club is hosting the second annual [...] Continue Reading

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News, Opinion

Posted on 25 February 2015

Cecilia Pitstick @ceci_pitstick [Staff Writer] Most people at Marion High School have been to at least one basketball game during their high school career. More than half of those students went to a boys basketball game instead of a girls basketball game. There are way more students at all of the boys games. The student section [...] Continue Reading

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Opinion

Majoring in a sport

Posted on 19 February 2015

Gage Miskimen @GageMisky [Co Executive Newspaper Editor] In many universities across the nation, a variety different majors are offered in various areas of talent. There are music majors, writing majors, and art majors. People have chances to showcase their talents in the fine arts as well with dance majors and acting majors. One thing that should [...] Continue Reading

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News

Students missing class

Posted on 18 February 2015

Kaela Halvorson @kaelswhales [Design Editor] Teachers expect so much out of students, even when they miss school. Some students know that they are going to miss school and tell their teachers, and the teachers give them worksheets to do. At the same time students don’t know how to do them because once they get home they [...] Continue Reading

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Features

Striking to state

Posted on 18 February 2015

Wyatt Ehr @wyattehr [Staff Writer] Breanna Smith, Junior, has just won the Class 2A state qualifier in Waverly, and is now ready for state. While she has reached one of the greatest achievements in bowling, making it state, it was no walk in the park. Like many bowlers, her season had its ups and downs. “The [...] Continue Reading

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Features

All-star weekend

Posted on 16 February 2015

Deshaun Quinn @Quinntower_2 [Staff Writer] All-star weekend has wrapped up, and it is time for the biggest names in sport to return to their teams and continue on the road to the playoffs. This weekend has some memorable moments. Some who witnessed this could tell anyone all about this, some like Kaleb Lochner. Lochner has seen a [...] Continue Reading

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Features

Free college classes

Posted on 13 February 2015

Lexi Morgan @Lexi_Morgan17 [Social Media Editor] Many of the students at MHS attend a college class through Kirkwood. These classes can include Comp I and II, Intro to Psychology, Oral Communications, and many others. Kirsten Way, junior, is in Intro to Psychology. This class takes place at 7 a.m, and is taught by Mr. Nordgren. Way thinks [...] Continue Reading

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