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Dec 13 2017

Key Club writes holiday cards to hospitalized kids

On Nov. 30, the Key Club met during Learn to write holiday letters to hospitalized kids. “I love kids, and since it’s the holiday season, anything I can do to make someone’s day better would be wonderful,” junior Breanna Fulton said. “I just want everyone to have happy holidays.” Key Club worked with the organization …

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Dec 12 2017

Danish exchange program runs for its sixth year

Prospective participants had the opportunity to learn more about the Danish exchange program in an interest meeting in Room D206 on Nov. 21. This program is taking place for the sixth time from April 14 to April 21. Danish students from the Nørre Gymnasium IB school in Copenhagen, Denmark will visit Marshall and spend a …

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Dec 10 2017

DECA brings in successful business speakers

The Distributive Education Clubs of America, also known as DECA, brought in two business professionals over the course of two weeks, from Nov. 13 to 27 to share their insights and experiences with attendees. Speakers included entrepreneurs Tiffany Santana and Kenya Pierce. Tiffany Santana was an English teacher at Marshall before she decided to quit …

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Dec 10 2017

Mean Girls musical respectfully modernizes original teen comedy

Mean Girls, a lively musical version of the original 2004 teen comedy, is making a stop in Washington, D.C. before hitting the Broadway stage in March of 2018. The show is running until Dec. 3 at The National Theater, in historic downtown D.C. A Tina Fey rendition, the musical incorporates modernized humor and dance to …

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Nov 29 2017

In One Week: Lost in Translation

In One Week is a feature where one or more staff members take on a new habit for a week. In this IOW, Lauren spoke French and Gwyneth spoke Spanish for a full school week. rules We need to talk in our respective language from the time the first bell of the school day rings …

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Nov 29 2017

Ferramondo experiences internet fame

Senior Matteo Ferramondo gained over 30,000 followers on Pinterest, leading to his account becoming famous on the internet. He earned his online popularity from posting pictures of several topics that interest him on the different image boards he created on his account, and he gets these pictures from various websites online. Matteo started his Pinterest …

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Nov 29 2017

McElveen honors General and Wong at fall banquet

Fairfax County School Board Member and Marshall Alumni Ryan McElveen recognized cross country coach Darrell General and track and field coach Clifford Wong at the Fall Sports Banquet on Nov. 14 for their titles of All-Met Coaches of the Year. McElveen attended the banquet to personally congratulate General and Wong. “These two coaches are close …

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Nov 29 2017

Friendsgiving embraces non-traditional holiday celebration

When people think of Thanksgiving, they may think of spending time with their immediate family and relatives. However, as an alternative to the family-based Thanksgiving, people may choose to celebrate Friendsgiving. Friendsgiving is a separate gathering in which people celebrate Thanksgiving exclusively with their friends. Senior Victoria Pasmanik said how she and her friends planned …

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Nov 29 2017

Football program finds success at all levels

The varsity team earned a record of 9-1, four wins more than the previous season. The Statesmen’s only loss of the regular season was against James Madison High School. “It was a really good season even though the end of it was disappointing, but the regular season was the best season I have ever been …

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Nov 29 2017

Watts supports ultimate frisbee recognition

For senior Brady Watts, ultimate frisbee is more than just a backyard game, and he has gone to the extent of petitioning Fairfax County to turn his passion into a Virginia High School League (VHSL) regulated sport. High schools have not seen ultimate frisbee since the early 1970s. Watts intends to change that by taking …

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