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Date registered: October 24, 2017

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  1. Leadership class donates 154 lbs of candy to troops deployed overseas — November 29, 2017

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Feb 13 2018

Debate continues over virtue of dual mascots

Debate over which Marshall symbol better serves as the school spirit representative, the Statesman or the Griffin, has surged in advance of the upcoming graduation of the class of 2018. Before the 1980’s, Marshall did not have a mascot, but the school employed the Statesman nickname at musical and sporting events in order …

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Nov 29 2017

Leadership class donates 154 lbs of candy to troops deployed overseas

Every year, Operation Gratitude, a nonprofit organization seeking to give back to military personnel, collaborates with the Leadership class at Marshall. For the first quarter service project, Leadership teacher Pierce Bello said he chose the task of collecting candy to donate to soldiers overseas. “The purpose of our leadership program is to show the school …

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Nov 06 2017

IB English standards restrict freedom with course books

While free choice books promote engagement and better discussion, they are a restricted option due to the English department’s focus on IB style learning. Choice reading can stimulate more insightful evaluation during class discussion. Sophomore Eric Prindle said that the benefits of choice reading outweigh those of assigned reading. “I would actually like to have …

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