Claire Tinsley had an epiphany when she switched career paths to go into teaching. Tinsley majored in art history at William and Mary and intended to become a curator at a museum. But, after interning at the Kennedy Center, she realized it was not the right fit. “I ended up
Ashleigh Williams took a flight across the world and landed as a history teacher in D hall. She couldn’t be happier about it. After three years in Japan, Williams joins Marshall while balancing a number of personal goals as vast as the journey that got her here. “How do I
Teaching has always been new math teacher Mark Steinberg’s passion – but it wasn’t always his profession. Before his teaching career, Steinberg had been a reporter, editor and website programmer for various news outlets, worked in information technology development and even served as a project manager in Silicon Valley. His
Quarantine is prime time to develop a sense of style, and seniors Robert Pereira and Jason Harrington have just the podcast to introduce people to the fashion scene. “Order Confirmed” is all about making fashion and style accessible to guys that may not have as much money to splurge on
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