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How to: Study for a Test

There are so many different ways to study for a test. Studying is a personal habit that gains success over time, but it is truly something that needs to be practiced. Everyone has different studying habits, but here are a few that may help you ace you next big test:

The Heart of Omaha

Mural as you enter Morton Meadows As you enter the state of Nebraska there is always a sign that reads, “The Good Life”. The funny thing about this sign is it’s the truth. From living in the grand city of Omaha my whole life, I have had nothing but a stellar

5 Ways to Pray More in Your Daily Life

Life can be pretty stressful. There’s too many quizzes, trying to study for the ACT, and trying to juggle sports and school at the same time, everything seems to get chaotic. It’s important to take time and reflect on ourselves. When we take time in our busy schedule to pray,

“The Society” Review

On May 10th 2019, Netflix released yet another original series. This series is titled “The Society” which revolves around a group of teenagers who are forced to start their own society.    The show opens with this group preparing for a camping field trip.  However, soon after leaving they are brought

The Little Things

Here I am, a senior in high school, left with just 3/4 of my year to go. Campus visits are slowing down, the ACT is something of my past, and all my college applications are submitted. Now I wait. Sugar and spice and everything nice I have always been a creature of

Political Blog- Student Council

Fall is here, which means it’s time to start planning for Nocturne. Our Student Council plans our Spirit Week leading up to our extravagant “homecoming” dance, Nocturne. Although they are the wizards behind the curtains, all Mercy girls can participate in the first stage of the planning process.  Student Council hosts

Our Planet Is Dying

This semester I am taking Ecology, and I had the realization the other day that the majority of the class is learning about how human actions have been... well, there’s no nice way to say this... destroying our planet. So far this semester the main topic we have been studying

Spring Clean-Up

Now that winter is officially over and spring has begun, it’s time to clean up. Whether it is trash in your yard or garbage in your neighborhood, we need to work together to make our city clean. Some garbage is dangerous to animals. Trash we loaded to get rid of. They

Summer Plans

Many students make plans during the last months of school for summer. Usually the plans end up being a bust, or just not happening at all. Summer pool parties become sleepovers with one or two friends. Road trips turn into you staying home on your phone being bored. So here

Finishing the Year Strong

The school year is coming to an end-- we are already in the fourth quarter and past progress reports. Our last day is May 23rd, which is a Thursday. Many girls most likely have a countdown of their own, but for the ones who don’t, we have exactly twenty six