Music filled C hall last Wednesday at the first acoustic LEARN concert of the year. The concert showcased student bands CPK, Bad Flowers, and Paved, in addition to English teacher Walter Miller, who played Kid Cudi’s “Pursuit of Happiness” on guitar. “I was shocked to hear him singing, because he
At a school board meeting on Sep. 23, FCPS suspended two books following complaints from parents. The books, Lawn Boy by Jonathan Evison and Gender Queer by Maia Kobabe, were temporarily removed from shelves days before Banned Books week. For librarians Krissy Ronan and Elizabeth Toledo, Banned Books week is
Junior Eujin Lee said in the previous year, she noticed a lack of motivation in her orchestra class. One student claimed they hadn’t touched their instrument all year. With the county granting students the ability to leave their cameras off throughout the year, the prevention of cheating was nearly impossible.
Alicia del Barrio Escribano spent her early years in Spain with a growing passion for learning the English language. Decades later and now at Marshall, she uses it to teach Spanish. Escribano moved to the United States 20 years ago with her American husband and two daughters. American culture was