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Feb 13 2018

Brog hand-draws animated short story

Junior Danielle Brog is currently creating a hand-drawn animated short story in her IB Visual Arts class. This story is her second hand-drawn project, and although she has been working on it at school and at home since the beginning of the school year, Brog said this particular type of animation is labor-intensive work. “Last …

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Feb 13 2018

Demonstrators unite for women’s rights

  Amongst millions of other Americans, Marshall activists united in the Washington D.C. Sisters March on Jan. 20. On the one year anniversary of the historic Women’s March, nearly three million people came to protest the lack of gender equality in everyday practice and in the current political climate and the presidential administration. …

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Feb 13 2018

Skiers venture to the Canadian slopes

The Canadian skiing program, “Snow Escape,” was a student-organized trip for three days to Quebec, Canada during winter break. Attendees bonded with each other while experiencing a new kind of freedom through an international adventure. Senior and Snow Escape representative Helena Ristic led 15 other Marshall students to Mont-Tremblant, a city in Quebec, for a …

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Oct 24 2017

Jeff Litz grabs mouse from classroom

Principal Jeff Litz caught a mouse trapped in a classroom with his bare hands and put it outside safely. Social studies teacher Kevin Curtin arrived in his classroom to a mouse scurrying around in the corner and after the mouse began to climb around the room asked for assistance from Litz. “The mouse was climbing …

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Jun 14 2017

Groups compete in Battle of the Bands

“It was really fun to do a song that people dance to because we normally don’t do that kind of thing […] so I finally got to let myself go,” senior and Tentatively Cousin Oliver singer Sam Bock said. Middle: Seniors Quiana Dang and Isabelle Maricar dance to a …

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Mar 29 2017

Young Conservatives and Young Republicans clubs fill same niche

Upon hearing the words Republican and Conservative, many may closely associate the two terms with each other. However, they both hold distinctively different meanings. Republicans are members of a particular political party, while conservatives are proponents of social Conservatism or fiscal Conservatism. For years, the Young Republicans and Young Democrats were the only partisan political …

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Mar 29 2017

Crocheting her way to stardom

Maintaining a famous YouTube channel is an activity that most are not familiar with in high school. For junior Alex Schmid, a famous YouTube channel has been a part of her life for two years now. Schmid began her account, called ‘simplydaisy’, on YouTube in the ninth grade on the basis of teaching others how …

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Mar 29 2017

Don’t worry, be rappy: Obando raps original music to spread happiness

 By coining the rapper name ‘Lil Feo’, sophomore Patrick Obando is on his way to making the world happier, one rap at a time. His inspiration to become a rapper started when he was very young, after years of finding any excuse to incorporate rap into school projects. “When I was little I always listened to a …

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Mar 29 2017

Author M-E Girard presents debut novel

Many authors from around the world attended the fourth annual NoVa Teen Book Festival on March 11, 2017. M-E Girard took a detour and came here in an effort to promote her debut novel Girl Mans Up. The novel is about a teenager named Pen who has to decide if she will pick …

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Jan 27 2017

Assassin’s Creed film fails to break infamous movie curse

Game developer Ubisoft’s first Hollywood blockbuster Assassin’s Creed was released on Dec 23 to excited fans of the popular video game franchise of the same name. The movie follows Cal Lynch (Michael Fassbender), the descendant of the assassin Aguilar, and Dr. Sophia Rikkin (Marion Colitard), a scientist at Abstergo Industries. The main selling point of …

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