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Mr. Tucker during a game in 1983 (left), and before his speech for the Sportsplex’s grand opening in 2023 (right).
Student to President: Mr. Tucker’s Story
Trinity Eadie May 10, 2024

My journey has been filled with both victories and losses, yet they have not been in vain. From a student who walked the same halls from a time...

Student Council president Kam Beal at the final rally of the school year (Credit Morgan Gonzales Instagram)
Wrapping Up the 2023-2024 School Year
Eddie Dougherty May 7, 2024

This school year has been filled with memories, achievements, and more. The 2023-2024 school year adds even more rich history to the Marist record...

The Marist freshman team takes on Lyons’s Township after many weeks of practice.
Marist Girls' Lacrosse Continues to Grow
Kailynn Solis May 2, 2024

In recent years, girls' lacrosse has emerged as one of the fastest-growing sports in high schools across the country. With its blend of athleticism,...

2024 Playoff Bracket (Credit: CBS Sports)
Marist High School Students Weigh In on the 2024 NBA Playoffs
Alex Muller May 1, 2024

The 2024 NBA Playoffs are in full swing, capturing the attention of basketball fans nationwide, including enthusiastic students at Marist High...

Pat Coogan in his natural habitat  (Credit: Pat Coogan Instagram)
Alum Hits Home Run: CHISOX Athlete, Pat Coogan 
Kevin Curley May 1, 2024

Marist alum Pat Coogan has signed with CHISOX Athlete as the Chicago White Sox prepare to introduce and celebrate college athletes from the Chicagoland...

Male and female Marist students hanging out together (Credit: Bridie O’Malley)
Why Co-ed Schools Offer Students More 
Carmen Houppert May 3, 2024

Co-ed schools are better than same sex schools, because they prepare students for college and life, both socially and educationally. Students'...

A person being happy with money (Credit: Jose Luis Pelaez Inc)
The Currency of Happiness
Bryanna Lopez May 2, 2024

Many believe money is the key to happiness, while others argue that true happiness comes from within. The age-old debate about whether money...

Ridge Country Club hires freshmen and sophomores as caddies (Credit: Ridge Country Club)
You Are Not Too Young For a Summer Job
Kaelyn Howell May 1, 2024

Having a job over summer break is a great way to build responsibility and make some money. Freshmen are not yet 16, and some sophomores don’t...

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