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 upContinue Reading

Updated 3/19/21 – 10:50 a.m. Arlington Public Schools (APS) officials accused Statesman varsity football players of using racial slurs during a fight at a recent game. The incident sparked controversy and larger concerns of a cultural issue at Marshall and within the athletic program. After a failed conversion on 4th-and-24Continue Reading

Course selection is a lengthy process, especially this year due to being virtual. The information overview of courses cannot be transmitted as well as in a class setting. As course selection roams nearer, students are up to decide which classes would be the best fit for them. Choosing between takingContinue Reading

Course selection is a lengthy process, especially this year due to being virtual. The information overview of courses cannot be transmitted as well as in a class setting. As course selection roams nearer, students are up to decide which classes would be the best fit for them. Choosing between takingContinue Reading

Varsity field hockey player and sophomore Cayley Sullivan stands on the first set of hash marks, waiting to receive a hit. She misses the first one. It zooms past her to the end of the field. Another teammate is standing there working on her own hits. Normally, she’d put herContinue Reading

A once energetic and collaborative elective has gone silent. Choir students, now confined to their own houses, can only turn on their microphones and sing together when celebrating someone’s birthday. Choir classes now use Sound Trap, an application that allows them to record themselves independently and play all the recordingsContinue Reading

Taking the SAT is a significant part of the college admissions process. But, with no prior experience taking the PSAT in school, sophomore Meera Naik said she worries about her preparedness for the college-readiness exam. “Going into junior year and taking the SAT is a lot of stress and pressureContinue Reading