It’s 7:49 am on a Monday, and you’ve just woken up. Showering before school is not an option, but then you remember: it’s winter. You can throw on a hoodie or sweater and run out the door. Here lies the beauty and superiority of winter fashion. It’s cozy, cute and,Continue Reading

Before this poem starts, I shall clarify and say, Even I will be stirring on Valentine’s Day. So stranger, fret little; I don’t hate romance— I hate it when students give dating a chance. I see them in the halls, their hands tied in a knot, A new couple, aContinue Reading

In April 2022, the Virginia Senate adopted Senate Bill 656, which addresses sexual content in school instructional materials. At the crux of the legislation, parent involvement in what materials their child sees is increased. The bill states schools must construct policies to identify sexually explicit content in instructional materials, notifyContinue Reading

A student at Wakefield High School died last week after being hospitalized for a suspected drug overdose. On the morning of Jan. 31, Arlington County Police responded to a report of a student found unconscious in a school bathroom. Dispatch audio revealed that Narcan, a medication to counter the effectsContinue Reading

This year Marshall welcomes four new counselors to Student Services. Get to know them a little better below! Armin Mustedanagic (Alphabet Range: A-BN) Mustedanagic has been a counselor for three years. He first worked at a Florida high school, and spent last year with South County High School in FCPS.Continue Reading

New math teacher Mr. Willmore comes from a background of law, engineering, teaching college courses and everything in between.  While Willmore now teaches, he started with engineering.  Willmore went to Virginia Tech for undergraduate. “I’m glad I did… I got inducted into Eta Kappa Nu,” Willmore said. Willmore also receivedContinue Reading